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Updated on 26 Feb., 2014
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I've just thought of asking every student to reorder the verbs in this chart (one page only -otherwise they might get lost), according to what they think is their own personal frequency of use. Then, they should create a sentence for the 5 most/least used ones : first they'd choose a topic, so that they might relate the 10 sentences with each other to create a (very) short story. Hmm... hope I'm being plain enough. Shall possibly refine the exercise instructions later on.
Nice verb list organized by frecuency. http://www.esl-lounge.com/premium/samples/irregular-verbs.pdf
Useful site for studying idioms. It gives simple and accurate definitions to a good range of idioms.
Easy as pie.
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