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EwelinaEwelina
Japan

Which option is better?    
 
Have you ever thought about taking part in a triathlon event? Well, I hadn�t but it happened anyway.
A) I thought I would never be able to get through it. 
B)  I never thought I would be able to get through it. 
C)  I thought I would have never gotten through it. 
D) I thought I would have never been able to get through it. 
 
(Context: talking about an event that happened last year. ) 
 
Thank you for your help.
Have a good day. 
 
 

8 Jun 2024

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Ykisoa
American Samoa

Until you participated and proved yourself incorrect, it implies that you consistently doubted your capacity to finish the event. run 3

18 Jun 2024

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henry2001
Indonesia

Thank you   
 
"Would you like to come to the beach with us tomorrow? A. Thanks you for the invitation! B. Thanks for the invitation! D. A, B and C are correct / C. I�d love to. Thanks

5 Jun 2024

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forwardrat
Albania

I think the answer is C. I really want to be the most accurate answer among the remaining answers. flappy bird

13 Jun 2024

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EwelinaEwelina
Japan

Please help fill the gaps with one word only   
 
In _______ of the great public transport system with buses, trams and _____ the underground, it looks like everybody prefers to use their bikes.
 
How about In spite of and even the underground ? 
 
Thank you.  

3 Jun 2024

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EwelinaEwelina
Japan

@L. habachThank you so much.

8 Jun 2024

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henry2001
Indonesia

are/is   
 
The kind of books which Quoc Hoa enjoys reading is/ are thrillers. Thanks

2 Jun 2024

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L. habach
Morocco

I would say: is ("The subject of the sentence is:[The kind of books,] which is a singular noun phrase. The kind of books" is treated as a singular category or type, thus requiring the singular verb "is.")

2 Jun 2024

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henry2001
Indonesia

Word   
 
Please help me with this sentence The meeting ____ longer than we expected. A. occurs B. go on C. took place D.happens Thanks

28 May 2024

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scuttlescue
Albania

The correct answer would be answer C. took place

17 Jun 2024

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gnce
Turkey

I can �t add My contribution   
 
I can�t add My contribution

27 May 2024


spinney
United Kingdom

Use Microsoft Edge. Firefox normally works, too. 

27 May 2024

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pfreites
Argentina

Intensive English teaching methods and resources    
 

 

 
Hello dear teachers!!! I´d apprecitate all your suggestions!! 
 
 An adult student will be taking intensive English classes with me next week since he wants to move to Canada with his  family as soon as he finds a job in that country. His main aim is to improve his speaking and communicative skills. I hope you can guide me in terms of materials to teach him. Do students actually use coursebooks to learn english for specific purposes or communicative english ?
 
 I believe this is a great website to learn from each other. 
 
Thanks a lot in advance!!
 
kindest regards!!  
 

26 May 2024

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pfreites
Argentina

Thanks Spinney for your interesting suggestions!!
 
 I loved your boss^s advice!! 

28 May 2024

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henry2001
Indonesia

On or in   
 
Please hekp me use in or on in this sentence: He is instructing us____ the use of new laptop. Thank you.

22 May 2024

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douglas
United States

It can be either "instructing us on" or "instructing us in" as I see it, but I lean more toward "in" in this case.

"instruct in" vs "instruct on"

Both �instruct in� and �instruct on� are correct phrases, but they are used in different contexts. �Instruct in� is used when referring to the subject or skill being taught, while �instruct on� is used when referring to the topic or content of the instruction.
https://textranch.com/c/instruct-in-or-instruct-on/




24 May 2024

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Mar0919
Mexico

Mere suggestion    
 
Hello everyone! I�d like to make a humble suggestion. I know I haven�t been here in a loooooooooong time, but I do come in from time to time. And I find wonderful worksheets and resources. 
But.... sometimes I find these wonderful worksheets so difficult to read, because the size of the font is so tiny! Sometimes it�s put at 8 or 9... sometimes even 7. I assume the creators do this in order to fit many exercises in just one page, but believe me, it�s not practical. 
I mean, for example, if I download a worksheet with tiny font, it is veeeeery time consuming for me, to be re-organizing the exercises in another word document in order to enlarge the size of the font. sometimes, it takes up to 3 pages to make all the exercises readable and writable (where students have to answer)
I would suggest not to crowd up the page with so many exercises. if needed, make 2 pages. But have the text be READABLE, WRITABLE, AND PRINTABLE... if I print as is, the text is so tiny my students aren�t able to read it. 
In advance, I thank everyone for their hard work, and creativity!
 
Sending hugs to all!!!!
-Maria. 

22 May 2024

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Mar0919
Mexico

Hi Douglas! All is well, happy to hear from you! Thank you for your response!
s.lefevre, totally agree, all should be 12 !!!
 
congrats to all for your hard work!!!!  

28 May 2024

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JuliyaK
Ukraine

Jeopardy game   
 
Dear Sir/Madam,
I have put together a jeopardy game as a final material for the winter and spring semester for Go Getter 2 textbook.
I have used the material from the book, tests and WB. I do not claim it is authentic. But it took me quite a while to prepare it in a form of a game. I like to play it with my students. I am sure it will be popular among the teachers. but I am not sure if it contradicts the rules of your site. Who could I contact to approve the PP?
Yours sincerely,
Julia Kuchynska

20 May 2024


spinney
United Kingdom

It should not be a problem. In fact, I think somebody has already posted that quiz on this site. 

26 May 2024

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