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Grammar-Quizzes: Practice on Points of English Grammar (ESL/EFL)

Grammar-Quizzes.com is an open educational resource for understanding, learning and practicing English grammar through the use of current event stories, pictures, contrastive grammar points, sentence diagrams, and self-quizzes.
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Multilíngues
EFL and other languages resources for foreign language learners and teachers. Recursos para estudantes e professores de língua inglesa e de outras línguas.
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Free Online Grammar Check, Spelling, and More | PaperRater

Free Online Grammar Check, Spelling, and More | PaperRater | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
Grammar & Spelling Check; Free Online Proofreading; No Downloads...Allows you to find those pesky mistakes and correct them before your teacher does...
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You Want to Learn About Tag Questions, Don't You?

You Want to Learn About Tag Questions, Don't You? | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
This week Everyday Grammar looks at those little questions English speakers put at the end of a sentence. They can be positive or negative. You have heard of them, haven't you?
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Fifty Ways to Teach Reading - Books on Google Play

Fifty Ways to Teach Reading - Books on Google Play | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
This book for ESL/EFL teachers has 50 activities, games, techniques, and exercises to help you teach reading skills in an enjoyable way – for both you and your students! The book is divided int

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Free Technology for Teachers: ABCD Wordie Analyzes Text and Creates Vocabulary Lists

Free Technology for Teachers: ABCD Wordie Analyzes Text and Creates Vocabulary Lists | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
ABCD Wordie Analyzes Text and Creates Vocabulary Lists via Free Technology for Teachers - ABCD ... https://t.co/CM7EGEMK3q
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8 TED Talks on the importance of play

8 TED Talks on the importance of play | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
Play invites creativity and collaboration, and can inspire you to think out of the box! Take a recess and learn about the benefits of connecting with your inner-child.

Via Ariana Amorim, Dean J. Fusto, Miloš Bajčetić
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The Sooner You Expose A Baby To A Second Language, The Smarter They’ll Be

The Sooner You Expose A Baby To A Second Language, The Smarter They’ll Be | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
Just hearing two languages helps babies develop cognitive skills before they even speak. Here's how - and how you can help them develop those skills.

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THE *OFFICIAL ANDREASCY*'s curator insight, July 17, 6:05 AM

Hello you little genius

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How You Can Master Business English with Free Lessons

How You Can Master Business English with Free Lessons | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
Do you want to learn and reinforce your use of business English? If you are looking for a competitve edge, there is bound to be a tool here to help you.
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Best Grammar Checkers for Proofreaders | Listly List

The list of best Grammar Checkers and Proofreadings | Ludwig - English writing made easy, Free grammar check at GrammarBase.com, Virtual Writin

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12 Old Words that Survived by Getting Fossilized in Idioms

12 Old Words that Survived by Getting Fossilized in Idioms | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
12 Old Words that Survived by Getting Fossilized in Idioms

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Skill Silo

Skill Silo | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
Skill Silo is the best way to learn a language, 1-on-1 via Skype. Choose any time that works for you and learn from the comfort of your own home.
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Dos aplicaciones que ayudan a escribir en inglés correctamente

Dos aplicaciones que ayudan a escribir en inglés correctamente | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
Usar un traductor (sea el de google u otro cualquiera) para escribir un texto en inglés no es siempre una buena idea.

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evangelina chavez's curator insight, June 17, 5:50 AM

aplicaciones que usan fuentes de datos para comparar las frases que usamos con las que se utilizaron en otros sitios, ayudando así a determinar qué forma es la correcta, o la más usada.

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20 mots du quotidien en français familier

Retrouvez plus de ressources dans l'article de blog : http://nathaliefle.com/20-mots-du-quotidien-en-francais-familier/ Le quiz est ici

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English in a Minute: No Pain No Gain

English in a Minute: No Pain No Gain | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
Some expressions are easy to remember because they rhyme. "No pain no gain" is something you tell someone to urge them to keep going. Learn more about this expression in this week's English i
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How Words Are Represented in the Brain

How Words Are Represented in the Brain | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
Neuroscience News has recent neuroscience research articles, brain research news, neurology studies and neuroscience resources for neuroscientists, students, and science fans and is always free to join.
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Pronunciation Warm-up: Useless and Useful Activities.

Pronunciation Warm-up: Useless and Useful Activities. | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
This post shows how you can transform your boring 10-minute warm-ups into language-changing and eye-opening activities.

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Dr. Diane Larsen-Freeman

Dr. Diane Larsen-Freeman received her PhD in linguistics from the University of Michigan. Following appointments at UCLA and the Graduate SIT Institute (where she remains affiliated as distinguished senior faculty fellow), she returned to the University of Michigan in January 2002 to direct the English Language Institute for six years. She is currently a research scientist emerita at the English Language Institute, as well as a professor of education emerita and a professor of linguistics emerita. She is also a Visiting Senior Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. Larsen-Freeman has made presentations in seventy countries around the world and is the author of eight books. She was also the editor of the journal Language Learning for five years.

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Aprender inglés a través de la cultura - Educación 3.0

Cristina Nóvoa, maestra de Inglés en el CRA Ribera de Cañedo de Calzada de Valdunciel, Salamanca, nos cuenta los resultados del proyecto ‘Learning Alive Language’ (L.A.L), o lo que es

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Being Bilingual Changes the Architecture of Your Brain

Being Bilingual Changes the Architecture of Your Brain | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
Making a decision with every word you say may actually be like weightlifting for the brain.

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Glossário de Desenvolvimento Profissional de Profs de Inglês

Hoje tivemos um bate-papo sobre as etapas de desenvolvimento profissional dos professores de inglês e, como era de se esperar, surgiram nomes de exames, qualificações, associações de professor, etc. Muitos desses nomes são siglas que espantam qualquer um que não esteja familiarizado. O que é CELTA? Qual a diferença entre um TKT e um CPE?…
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LOOKING BACK AND AHEAD:
20 YEARS OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR LANGUAGE LEARNING

I have found in recent years, both in my teaching and writing, that I have become more aware of the importance of raising issues around cultural appropriateness and metalinguistic awareness in the use of technology in teaching and learning.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, June 21, 4:19 AM

An interesting retrospective.

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Shakespeare Translator

Shakespeare Translator | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
Turn your speak into Shakespeake with this English to Shakespearean translator.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, June 5, 1:19 AM

I'm not sure how well this works but I'm sure it has potential for a lot of fun with students.

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FoxType  - Sentence Analysis

FoxType  - Sentence Analysis | Multilíngues | Scoop.it

Visualise the grammar of a sentence.


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Bronwyn Burke's curator insight, June 16, 4:51 AM
An interesting visual for planning instruction.
António Leça Domingues's curator insight, June 16, 5:58 AM
Análise de construção de períodos de texto.
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invaluable tool for writers. Get it.
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Sandy Millin: Accent and identity

Sandy Millin: Accent and identity | Multilíngues | Scoop.it
I never noticed my own accent or that of the people around me until I heard my voice for the first time. As part of our language GCSEs (exams at age 16 in the UK) we had to go into a room with a tape recorder and record a piece we’d prepared over the previous few weeks. Before we started it, we had to say our name, centre number and candidate number. I wasn’t sure if the recording had worked properly, so rewound it and listened back. I was so unhappy with my accent that I recorded it a second time, even though I knew it had to be me because there was nobody else in the room!
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