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English Grammar - Either & Neither

"I don't want to go!" "I can't do this!" How do you agree with these statements? Learn about the different ways that you can agree witth negative sentences !

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English Power - Language Services for the English Language - Elementary - Somebody, anybody, nobody

English Power - Language Services for the English Language - Elementary - Somebody, anybody, nobody | Easy way to learn English | Scoop.it

English grammar lesson on-line for elementary level students - An explanation of indefinite quantities (somebody, anybody, nobody) with printable exercises.

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English Pronunciation - Th & S

http://www.engvid.com/ Probably the two most mispronounced sounds that cause misunderstood communication in English -- TH and S. Now learn how to sound them ...
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grammar of "as could as possible" - English Language and Usage

grammar of "as could as possible" - English Language and Usage | Easy way to learn English | Scoop.it

► grammar of "as could as possible"

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The Most Complicated Words in English: 'He,' 'She,' and 'They' - The Atlantic

The Most Complicated Words in English: 'He,' 'She,' and 'They' - The Atlantic | Easy way to learn English | Scoop.it
The Most Complicated Words in English: 'He,' 'She,' and 'They'The AtlanticStill, English gets a bad rap, and a lot of the problem with gender in English grammar is due to three little words: He. She. They.
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Just a Minute S01E01

" Property of the BBC. New (TV) format. More fun than it sounds, along with Nicholas Parsons (OBE), Paul Merton, Sue Perkins, Graham Norton and Phill Jupitus.

Play "JUst a minute" with your advanced students! It fosters tons of speaking and great fun.

Precedure:

1 - A student is given a topic and s/he has to speak about it for 60 seconds, without hesitating, deviating or repeating words.

2 - If another student spots any of the above-mentioned cases, s/he "steals " the turn and takes over the topic.

3 - The students who is speaking during the 60th second scores 2 points.

Watch the video and have fun learning English !

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Phrasal verbs and idioms

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 One of the best ways to learn Phrasal verbs ans idioms is to use them in context. In this exercise, put the phrasal verbs and idioms into the gaps in the conversation.

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Some, Any, No e None - Mundo Educação

Some, Any, No e None - Mundo Educação | Easy way to learn English | Scoop.it
Some, Any, No e None. Some, any e no significam algum, alguns, alguma ou algumas e podem desempenhar função de adjetivo e de pronome.
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English Grammar - By or Until?

By or Until? "I will be there by 5 pm" or "until 5 pm"? What is the difference? In this English lesson, I talk about these two time prepositions, giving many different examples to highlight their meaning. By the time you take the quiz on this grammar lesson, you will know when to use by and until. You can take the quiz here: http://www.engvid.com/by-until/

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Simple present and present perfect tense - English Grammar

Simple present and present perfect tense - English Grammar | Easy way to learn English | Scoop.it
We have already learned that the simple present tense is used to talk about routines. The present perfect tense is used to talk about events that have just completed. Study the following sentences. He goes to office every day.
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Does your practice reflect your beliefs?

Does your practice reflect your beliefs? | Easy way to learn English | Scoop.it
Lately I’ve been involved in a lot of professional development where I’m providing space and time for teachers to consider their teaching beliefs. I’ve been nudging teachers to co... (Does your practice reflect your beliefs?

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Basic English Grammar – Using “TO BE” to describe your life

Basic English Grammar – Using “TO BE” to describe your life | Easy way to learn English | Scoop.it

" The common verb “TO BE” is one of the most confusing verbs in English. In this basic grammar lesson...present, past and future

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Learning/ teaching jobs with music!

Music video by Carrie Underwood performing All-American Girl.

 

 

If your aim is to revise or introduce "jobs" to your students this activity suits perfectly as a warmer. 

 

Procedure.

1 - Write the word "jobs" on the board and elicit examples from your students.

2 - Give them some feedback and teach other kinds of jobs that will appear on the video. ( you can prepare a matching exercise as a "before watching" activity as well, to pre-teach vocab).

3 - Arrange your class into trios or fours, and ask each group to choose a leader. This boy or girl is going to be the only person who will write during the activity. 

4 - Tell your students they will watch the music video and whisper all jobs they see in the leader's ear, so that s/he can jot down the words in a sheet of paper.

5 - The winner group is the one with a longer list of jobs, spelled correctly.

 

These are the jobs shown in the video: ( in order of apperance)

 

Painter, firefighter, doctor/obstetrician, chef/cook, Ms. America/Universe, Swimmer/athlete, nurse, cowgirl, waitress/server, police officer, photographer, footballer/ football player, soldier/military, flight attendant, cheerleader, newscaster/journalist, teacher, graduate student, seamstress/stylist, ballerina/dancer, high school/university student, welder, scientist/chemist, politician/president, veterinarian & astronaut.

 

Enjoy !

 


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10 Words You Need to Stop Misspelling - The Oatmeal

10 Words You Need to Stop Misspelling - The Oatmeal | Easy way to learn English | Scoop.it

the most funny way to explain these commun dreadful mistakes!!

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Phrasal Verb Worksheets for Intermediate to Advanced ESL | LETC ...

Phrasal Verb Worksheets for Intermediate to Advanced ESL | LETC ... | Easy way to learn English | Scoop.it

I know that is not a fun subject however it is very useful for English beginers

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