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tommy1996
Vietnam

wish   
 
how can we rewrite the sentence:
I feel very bored because I I don t have any friends.
-> I wish ................................................
Can I write like this? 
I wish I had some friends so that I couldn t be bored
thanks 

13 Dec 2017


unforgiven9
United Kingdom

I wish I had (some) friends SO (THAT) I m not bored/ I don t feel bored

13 Dec 2017

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source
Turkey

I need your help   
 
I have a friend, 35 years old, and he is eager to learn English. His English level is no more than " I m apple." I m going to give him private lessons. I m asking for your suggestions, from where I should start, which sources I can make use of, which subject should be our first.... I d really appreciate if you shared your experiences with me , thanks in advance

13 Dec 2017

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source
Turkey

 
Thanks a lot, he just want to learn for himself, and use it in both daily and business life. Yes I totally agree with you, he must listen, speak and produce something in English.  

13 Dec 2017

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Elizabeth Prez Mora
Morocco

I lost all my points!!!!   
 
I changed my username and password and suddenly I don t have any points to downlowd woksheets and with my other username which appears like supergirls I still have a lot of points I don t understand what went wrong How can I contact the administrator maybe He can solve my problem!!!!

12 Dec 2017


kwsp
United States

I could be wrong, but it is my understanding that you can t change your username. I think perhaps you actually made yourself another account.

12 Dec 2017

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mari_18cf
Brazil

I ________ to use my stickers.    
 
When we buy notebooks in Brazil they come with a sticker sheet at the beginning.
 
I ve never used them because they re incredibly beautiful and I wanted to save them for special occasions. 
 
Here we say "I take pity on using the stickers", which sounds wierd in English.
 
How would a native speaker express that? It s like to feel pity to waste something amazing. (object)
 
 
I ________ to use my stickers. 
 
 

12 Dec 2017

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douglas
United States

"It would be a pity to use these stickers."

13 Dec 2017

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loic
France

French pupils looking for penfriends   
 
Hi everyboy.
 
I am looking for  penfriends for my pupils for 3 groups of the same age. I m teaching in a secondary school in Brittany in France.
Some of the oldest pupils have already had penfriends from Spain last year and Russia in the past and they relly enjoyed it. We exchange about 4 letters in the  year and a parcel too.The others - the youngest ones-none yet.
So I would like to find penfriends for 3 groups or classes. The  youngest pupils who  are twelve years  (born in 2005) consists of 2 classes : "5 B"(24 pupils) and "5C"(23 pupils) with different levels of pupils but all enthusiastic.They have started English at primary school and have been learning it more intensively at secondary school for 2 years.The other group (the oldest) consists of 17 pupils (all volunteer to do it and good at English) who were born in 2003 and are in 2 different classes.
My pupils are also  learning either Spanish or German.
 We exchanged with a Spanish Teacher from Esl last year and it was really great but it wasn t possible for her to do it this year.
So I m looking for someone who would like to do this new exchange. Are you interested ?
 
Many thanks in advance for your answers!!!

12 Dec 2017

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Najah2014
Tunisia

good morning I m teaching both levels  ( prep school and secondary ) and I would love to have my pupils enjoy this experience
I am from Tunisia by the way. 

13 Dec 2017

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cbenglish
United States

New Year Number / Counting Activity   
 
Hi Everyone,
Just busy teaching my young learners this time of year. Seems like there is so much to do before winter break. I have a fun set of activities for practicing basic numbers with kids that also incorporates relevant new year s vocabulary (horn, hat, clock, and fireworks) that I thought I would share here with anyone who may find it useful. It allows students to identify, read, write, count, and draw numbers. Enjoy! 
 
 

12 Dec 2017

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alexziaa
France

A GOOD TECHER ?    
 
Who is good a teacher ? please explain in some words!  
 
 

11 Dec 2017


omaxios
Morocco

There are different characteristics that define a good teacher and some of these are:
- Being able to plan lessons and activities effectively.
- Engaging into the students needs and problems as a primary perception.
- Knowing the students learning styles and their personal interests.
- Being patient and allowing them to express their thoughts and feelings openly.
- Encouraging them to do better and constantly praising them with rewards and appreciative feedback.
- Getting goals beyond the syllabus or course content while checking their abilities in other ways.
- Respecting their preferences of work interaction and allocating extra time.
- Treating the students with equality and trying to bridge the level and competency gaps.
- Spicing up lessons and activities with a mixture of fun, humor and challenge.
- Establishing an educational environment by setting and implementing rules and goals for learning.

11 Dec 2017

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tommy1996
Vietnam

have got   
 
please tell me how to use have got in yes/ no question and questiontags:
 

1. She’s got beautiful eyes, hasn t/ doesn t she?-Yes, she has/ does.

                                                                                                     - No she hasn t/ doesn t

1. 

11 Dec 2017

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douglas
United States

Bruce hit the nail on the head. Actually, I sometimes cringe when I hear people using "has got" in many situations (why use the extra word(s), "has" is enough). It makes me feel I m falling back into some past, slightly post-Shakespearean, era.  :)
 

12 Dec 2017

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regueb
Tunisia

looking for a penpal   
 
Hi everyone,
I have a 14-year-old pupil who is good at English and wants to improve her level. She wants to exchange letters with other teenagers from all over the world. Who is interested?
Letters often take a lot of time to get to their destination. Have you other suggestions for exchanging pupils writings which are faster and easier?

10 Dec 2017

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regueb
Tunisia

Hi,
I am teacher Najet Jaballi from Tunisia. Liked your idea of emails but we have to plan it well.
Instead of sending letters, pupils can type and we print it later for our pupils. What do you think? 
What s the level of your pupils?  I work in a public school so not all the pupils have a laptop and their level differs from one another.  
 
Najet
Tunisia 

12 Dec 2017

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Pedro14
Spain

vocabulary   
 
Hi there everybody,
 
Could you help me with an explanation for this question? * Rare earth elements are not actually very rare, but they are awkward to mine. This is mainly because they ______ naturally in very small quantities and are difficult to separate from other elements surrounding them. Why the correct verb to fill the gap is "occur" instead of "happen"? The only explanation I could give my students is because occur is more formal than happen and this seems to be a formal context.
 
Thanks in advance. 

10 Dec 2017

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Pedro14
Spain

Thanks a lot for your clear explanation. I ll surely work on a lesson on these subtle differences you have taught me about. Have a nice day!

11 Dec 2017

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