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interesting articles on sites about teaching English as a foreign language.
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15 Things You Can Do To Improve Your English Today!

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15 Things You Can Do Today To Improve Your English! http://t.co/zlAZADNqkB #ESL #TEFL #English #EnglishLesson #EngPls

Via Evdokia Roka, David Mainwood / EFL SMARTblog
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ESLjokes.net - Jokes for learning and teaching English

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ESL Jokes

Via Roselink, David Mainwood / EFL SMARTblog
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great little warmers here... and all graded!!  What more could you ask for on a Monday morning?!!

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Learning English - 6 Minute English

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sixminute (BBC 6 minutes english #EFL
http://t.co/xJ6rIRsj)
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if not this article, there are plenty more

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A thousand words for death - The Guardian

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The Guardian
A thousand words for death
The Guardian
An Anglo-Saxon equivalent to the Monty Python scriptwriters would have had more than 40 expressions in Old English to choose from.
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Interesting but rather morbid article.

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"A Financial Deal", by Don Marquis, Collier's Weekly, October 22, 1932, p. 11

"A Financial Deal",  by Don Marquis, Collier's Weekly, October 22, 1932, p. 11 | Articles re. education | Scoop.it
What would you do with a cool million?
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This is a really amusing story but the language level is pretty high, partly due to the fact that it is rather archaic (think Bertie Wooster) and might need toning down/explaining to use in class but definitely a good site for people who deal with money and business.

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Using newspaper articles in the classroom – the practical side | Macmillan

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This week's guest blogger Karen Richardson is a freelance teacher, teacher-trainer, and ELT  materials writer based in Germany, who (amongst other things)...
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