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Learning English with Michelle: ESL Reading: Canadian History Week

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Canadian History Week 144 Canadian contributions to the world and ESL Reading activity.
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A Great Classroom Poster Featuring The Most Common Grammar Mistakes

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Abstract nouns explained with examples pictures

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Abstract nouns explained with examples and how to identify them in sentence English grammar lesson

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Abstract nouns explained with examples and how to identify them in sentence English grammar lesson

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General grammar exercise - English Grammar

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Rewrite as directed. 1. There was almost nothing in the box. (Rewrite using 'hardly) 2. A few books are lying on the table. (Begin with the word 'There') 3. He stood on tip-toe. He reached for the apple.
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Using the apostrophe - English Grammar

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An apostrophe (') is used to create possessive forms, contractions and some plural forms. It indicates where the letter has been omitted.
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100 Most Often Mispelled Misspelled Words in English

100 most commonly misspelled words (100 Most Often Misspelled (Not “Mispelled” ❌) Words in English: http://t.co/o3oXPOMKUk

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Brilliant brainfriendly Grammar lessons in context from the British Council | ESOL Nexus - Audio, transcript -exercises

Brilliant brainfriendly Grammar lessons in context from the British Council | ESOL Nexus - Audio, transcript -exercises | English Grammar | Scoop.it

 Have fun learning  grammar & vocabulary in context & improve  your oral & written  comprehension,

 

An example https://esol.britishcouncil.org/grammar-lessons/grammar-lesson-my-town

 

"In this lesson you are going to listen to Penny talking about the town she lives in, Stroud.. The focus of the lesson is articles.

 

Before you listen, think about these questions:

 

Where do you live?What do you like about living in your village, town or city?

You’re going to hear Penny talking about the town she lives in, Check you know the meaning of the following words. What do you think she’s going to say about them?

 

farmers’ marketcraftsbuskerslively

 


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Gloria Panta's curator insight, June 21, 2014 8:07 PM

very interesting page for practicing grammar!

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English grammar test 8: Irregular verbs

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English grammar test 8: Irregular verbs. Practical English Usage - Free English grammar exercises, rules, lessons, worksheets, games, quiz and tests online. Learn English grammar & practice. (Are you interested in a quick grammar test?
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Common UK Expressions & Slang

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Looking for information on common UK expressions & slang? Here is a long list so that maybe you won’t be surprised or embarrassed. (Differences between #UK and #US English. She's taking a kip, go knock her up.
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English grammar mapped out... it's less confusing (infographic)

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Ever thought learning English grammar was complicated? Us too. Check out this infographic to learn more about the English grammar in a highly connected way.
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Classification of verbs

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Transitive and intransitive verbs Verbs can be classified in several ways. First, some verbs require an object to complete their meaning. ‘She read…’ Read what? ‘She read a story.’ These verbs that require an object are called transitive verbs. Verbs
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First aid box and injuries learning English voc...

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Learning the vocabulary for a first aid kit and injuries using pictures.
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Why is there a “b” in doubt? | Interrete

Why is there a “b” in doubt? | Interrete | English Grammar | Scoop.it
Say the word “doubt” aloud. What is that “b” doing there? Does it have any purpose? Gina Cooke explains the long and winding history of “doubt” and why the spelling, though it seems random, is..
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English Grammar Tests for ESL Students - English Grammar ...

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English Grammar Tests for ESL Students - English Grammar Practice Quizzes - ESL tests, ELT (English language training exercises), EFL/ESOL, Grammar tests, homeschooling, adult literacy, classroom. ...
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Compound nouns explained English grammar lesson

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Compound nouns explained with examples English grammar lesson. A compound is a noun that are made up of two or more words.

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Compound nouns explained with examples English grammar lesson. A compound is a noun that are made up of two or more words. 

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This makes for a great warmer or filler.

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Most common idiomatic expressions in English - English Grammar

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The English language is full of idiomatic expressions. While it is nearly impossible to learn all of these expressions, you should be familiar with the most important ones. Here is a list of the most widely used idiomatic ...
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Rewrite as directed | grammar exercise - English Grammar

Rewrite as directed | grammar exercise - English Grammar | English Grammar | Scoop.it
Rewrite the following sentences as directed. This grammar exercise tests your knowledge basic grammar rules and structures. 1. People speak English all over the world. (Begin the sentence with 'English'.) 2.
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Every day vs everyday - English Grammar

Every day vs everyday - English Grammar | English Grammar | Scoop.it
NEW: The difference between EVERY DAY (two words) and EVERYDAY (one word): http://t.co/WybqY2r1Y1 http://t.co/fTgkOvaiZ0
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11 Free iPad Apps for Teaching Grammar

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If you are looking for a fun and effective way to teach your children and students grammar with an iPad App, have a look at the following list. 

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11 Free iPad Apps for Teaching Grammar

If you are looking for a fun and effective way to teach your children and students grammar with an iPad App, have a look at the following list.

http://elearningindustry.com/11-free-ipad-apps-for-teaching-grammar

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Great to know

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Every day vs All day - English Grammar

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RT @WoodwardEnglish: The difference between EVERY DAY and ALL DAY in English http://t.co/3SVJmEcFNJ http://t.co/YNaci48b8C
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BBC World Service | Quizzes | Quiznet | Apostrophes

BBC World Service | Quizzes | Quiznet | Apostrophes | English Grammar | Scoop.it
Apostrophes (RT @bbcle: #ELT Love them or hate them, they are here to stay.
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What is English Grammar? | Bridging the Unbridgeable

What is English Grammar? | Bridging the Unbridgeable | English Grammar | Scoop.it
And this is Kate Taylor's second blog post. Help her collect data by filling in her brief survey below! There are many different attitudes with regard to grammar; some people are born to learn grammar, some people work to ...
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Classification of verbs - English Grammar

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Bad Grammar award reveals shortlist of English language offenders

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The NHS, Tesco and Tristram Hunt among 'people and institutions who should know better' in line for badge of shame
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English Vocabulary in Use: Advanced - Learning phrasal verbs - YouTube

In this video, Anna provides useful tips on learning phrasal verbs and how you can use English Vocabulary in Use: Advanced to help you in this challenging ar...
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