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Knowing the adverb questions will help you understand adverbs. I'll tell you what they are and how to use them here!
While the English language is spoken by people around the world, they don't all use the same words for everything. To help address this confusion, illustrator Samantha Sanders created guide to help Americans and Britons understand what the other is...
Spotlight English es una aplicación Android que incluye audios para ejercitar la comprensión oral del inglés. Es un excelente recurso para todos aquellos que tenemos un nivel intermedio en este lenguaje internacional y que deseamos aprender más palabras.
The Word of the Month: History. Every month, Gymglish examines a word from the headlines, in English, for your English!
List of irregular verbs in English with past and past participle
Joc de pràctica de vocabulari en anglès
Internet resources, reviews, news, tips and trivia for learners and teachers of English
Levels: B1 and higher (some activities are suitable for pre-intermediate students) Type of course: General English/Business English; some activities suitable for IELTS students Length: Depending on...
Next school year I am going to teach low level students, so I started to prepare materials for them. The first one deals with the verb to be in affirmative and negative sentences. The verb to be is t...
How well do you understand the use of punctuation marks. Hmm! Have you ever used a dash instead of an em dash; Don't just depend on spelling and grammar checkers in Word. If you do, you're probably making dumb grammar mistakes that can otherwise be avoided. By learning the proper use of punctuation marks, you're…
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Who says we can't split infinitives? Michael Rundell, Editor-in-Chief of the Macmillan Dictionary, argues that we should expect linguistic rules to be bent and broken over time. He will be presenting on this topic at a British Council seminar, live-streamed from London on Tuesday, 3 June.
Topic: Double comparatives (as in "The more, the merrier.") Using comparative forms to express cause and effect. Level: intermediate to advanced. NOTE: I'm v...
This EFL lesson is designed around a short film by Shaun Higton and the theme of Facebook. Students practise vocabulary related to social media, watch a short film, and talk about Facebook. Languag...
Academic language function tool kit: Un recurs molt interessant de suport lingüístic per treballar el llenguatge acadèmic tant a la classe de llengua com a la d'AICLE.
Beth Kanter provides an informative and well curated article for new content curators.Beth summarizes key principles, her own suggested approach and some of the tools she recommends to use.
This is one of my favorite content curation resources and I higly recommend it!
Nabhan Abdullatif is a professional Oman-based graphic designer and illustrator who specializes in conceptual illustration and vector art. He is known for his amusing pun illustrations, which he posts on Instagram.
Sometimes words with the same origin take a separate path in each language, or words with different origins resemble each other by coincidence. That can mean trouble.