Classic reads, top rated romance, mystery, thriller & suspense : on this page Amazon displays its Kindle Store free books. Tell your EFL learners so they may discover the books for free during the summer ;)
Learn English as you read and listen to a weekly show about American idioms and expressions. Our stories are written at the intermediate and upper-beginner level and are read one-third slower than regular VOA English. Download free texts, MP3s and PDFs.
A listening and vocabulary lesson on the Song Get Lucky by Daft Punk, to practise general listening skills and correctly identifying homophones. Watch the song video and complete a multiple choice quiz. Part of a free series of online lessons designed to learn English through listening to popular songs.
Provides a variety of fun writing prompts for kids, teens and adults. Prompts can inspire creative writing, a personal narrative or even a poem. Also features several useful websites as well as a few teaching tips for English teachers. A great resource for Elementary, Middle and High School levels. Can inspire adult writers too.
You don’t have to play football — or soccer — to speak the language of the world’s most popular sport. Just use any of these common soccer-related phrases.
Monica MIRZA's insight:
"Kicking the whistle on someone", "being on the ball", "getting the ball rolling" and other phrases... these US sports idioms illustrate the language and will help EFL learners memorise and enrich their lexis.
I'm looking forward to melt this with lessons for my pupils... many of them are crazy about football and will be proud of getting to master such phrases :o)
The universal repair solution owes its existence to a Navy mom from Illinois.
Monica MIRZA's insight:
- Rules of -ed pronunciation and practising (might be turned into an audio file to get the students to discriminate the various sounds). - The article's short and simple enough to fit the French 'collège' EFL frame.
- Might be used in high school technological series or Y11/Grade10 as well.
A listening and vocabulary lesson to learn and practise using the simple present tense. Listen to the song My Favourite Things from the film the Sound of Music, learn and review some useful words for talking about likes and dislikes, and do a grammar quiz to test how much you have understood.
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