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racim
Algeria

about the future   
 
What īs the difference between :" Shall I ?" and " Will I ?"
Are both correct ?
Your answer will help me a lot .Thank you .

22 Oct 2014


almaz
United Kingdom

According to the best (in my view) English usage dictionary around:
"the distinction is no longer observed" (Merriam-Webster Dictionary of English Usage).

Interestingly, much of the current confusion concerning this seems to have stemmed from authorities like Fowler who had an unwavering belief that the British media was controlled by Scots who - like the their fellow Celts, the Irish - cared little for the distinction. 

22 Oct 2014

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marwashehab
Egypt

material for young learners.   
 
Hi colleagues,
Please I need your advice about a good course book for the age 7-14 years old, focusing on speaking.

Thanks for your co-operation

22 Oct 2014

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teresapr
Portugal

Hi!   
 
Even though I am not a regular contributor now, I like sharing whenever i īt īs possible and when I do it I always include the key for all my contributions.
I know this has been often asked  but I īm going to repeat that request once again:Please, include the answer key, it will save us a lot of time! We are busier and busier, aren īt we?
Thanks in advance!
Have a great week!

22 Oct 2014


florimago
Spain

Hi, Teresa, I īm not a regular contributor either . Being unemployed at present , If I upload something is just for fun . I know the key is important for us do I` īll try to include it in my future worksheets .

22 Oct 2014

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fatma najoua
Tunisia

please help   
 
could you please help me. I need a song or a game to help me teach the past participle to my pupils.

22 Oct 2014

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dackala
Serbia

To massage or to give a massage?   
 
I īm in doubt wheter one form or the other is better:

I gave her a massage.

I massaged her.

The other one is a bit strange, but is it wrong?

22 Oct 2014

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redcamarocruiser
United States

It seems that there are 2 mistakes in the corpus examples (according to American English) 1. Sometimes my father would explain how you should never massage the heart. (not massage TO the heart, omit the TO) 2. Soigneur: A person who gives massages (It needs an s)

22 Oct 2014

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anitarobi
Croatia

CAPTION CONTEST - 22nd-23rd November 2014   
 
Dear all, sorry I didn īt reply sooner, but I only logged in for a sec and saw huddersboy īs pm about winning the caption contest with my matrix glitch comment. Thanks a lot! My turn to choose a picture. I came across this cute little squirrel the other day and find it irresistible. I wonder what you will do with it. So, fire away and caption this:


Anita

PS: Due to a sudden change in the weather and storms, my internet connection is a bit unpredictable. I hope I manage to choose the winner by tomorrow afternoon or Friday morning at the latest.

22 Oct 2014

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spinney
United Kingdom

Has anybody seen my nuts? (Sorry about that - I couldn īt resist it)

22 Oct 2014

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woodly
Turkey

PLEASE HELPPPPP! ANY FUN ENGLISH SKETCHES, PARODİES, THEATRES!!!!   
 
Hi, I realy need your ideas and documents to share, we will have an EnglishNight soon in my school, and I have to find some sketchesto use, that students can act, or many of them can participate, if you help me, I īll be really happy.Thanks to everyone for now.

22 Oct 2014


moroccan2013
Albania

hello i did a play with my stuidents but it s not that funny it s rather dramatic don īt know if you need it or not 
 if it s the case let me know that i can send it to you ok 
best of luck 
concerning sketches i d like to have some if  y got them please share them with us 

thank u

22 Oct 2014

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aydin1362
Iran

Notice! looking for students to video chat with mine, Notice!   
 
Dear colleagues,
I have some good students of various levels. They really want to practice their English, but because there is no speaking English in my country, they lose motivation to learn more! I am looking for teachers to share students, giving them some opportunity to really communicate in English!
That would be really useful for them all!
Looking forward to your enthusiastic Students!

22 Oct 2014

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Nostrathomas
Turkey

Anyone know Kindergarten songs about teachers?   
 
1)Kindergardeners love songs
2)Principals love kindergardeners singing songs about how much they love their teacher
3)I need to teach my Kindergardeners a song to perform on Teacher īs day, Something aling the lines of "We love you teacher, oh yes we do, We love you teacher... and we love school? "...
4) any ideas? please 

21 Oct 2014


blessed trinity
Turkey

Check these songs out!

1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGBV3sDt3Es

2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEG2tEEImIE

And I liked that activity extremely a lot :)) Ur kids can use īI love my teacher because... ī pattern or u may also prepare a video of ur own kids just like in the video:)

Here is the video:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhbISaQNyd8

Have fun...

22 Oct 2014

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carinita
Argentina

HI! I need help Past Simple & Present Perfect   
 
How can I teach or demonstrate the different uses of the Past Simple and the Present Perfect?
Thanks!! 
P.S. If possible, include links to the material you mention.

21 Oct 2014

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isa2
Austria

What about creating a situation like this:

(showing a letter to the class)
Say: "I have received this letter. Do you want to know when?
I received it yesterday."

(showing a photo)
Say: " I have taken this picture. Do you want to know when?
I took it yesterday/ two days ago...."

You can continue with similar examples. I am sure your students will understand quite quickly what the differnce in use is.
BTW, I will publish a WS on this tomorrow. You can have a look at it and see if it suits your purposes.

All the best,
isa

22 Oct 2014

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