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A video grammar presentation of the construction "don īt mind + verb with -ing" (For ESL teachers)



EmpireOfEnglish
Russian Federation

A video grammar presentation of the construction "don īt mind + verb with -ing" (For ESL teachers)
 
Hello everyone!
 
Here is a new video about "Don īt mind + verb with -ing" + a couple of exercises to practice it. 
If you are interested, you are welcome to have a look at it. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LC1kA4zrSU 
 
Thank you very much! 
 
Best wishes, 
Empire of English 
 
 

21 Nov 2015      





Tapioca
United Kingdom

Hello!
 
Thank you for sharing that Empire of English! I posted a worksheet on warm-ups for a lesson on the function of apologising a month or two ago. Did you happen to see it? Please feel free to use it if you are interested. There īs also one on the Present Perfect. It uses a comic. I īm a bit of a beginner, so they īre not as colourful as yours. Sorry about that. Plus, you know, I think printing ink can be expensive and it saves the planet to use fewer colours.
 
I like your cat. /me waves back at him.
 
Best wishes,
 
Tap

21 Nov 2015     



EmpireOfEnglish
Russian Federation

Tapioca, hello :) THank you very much! I will definitely have a look at your worksheet and will use it with my students.  ;) It doesn īt matter if it īs colourful or not, the main thing is that it should be useful, right?
 
Have a great day! ;)
 
Empire of English 

22 Nov 2015     



Tapioca
United Kingdom

Why thank you! Your whiteboard drawings are amazing! How did you learn to draw like that? Does it take a long time? Perhaps you could do a video on how to draw figures?
 
 
Tap

22 Nov 2015     



EmpireOfEnglish
Russian Federation

Tapioca, I have never been taught how to draw, I just started doing it when I was a child and it came on its own.

22 Nov 2015     



almaz
United Kingdom

@ Empire of English: your little video presentations are a marvellous resource. Keep sending them in!
 
@ Tapioca (and anyone else who might be interested): I often use my own drawings in lessons, but Iīll be the first to admit that they tended to be a bit too fussy and time-consuming. Then I saw this video from Paul Millard. There are some top drawing tips here.
 
 
Alex

22 Nov 2015     



Tapioca
United Kingdom

Now that īs what I needed, thank you Alex! I also just ordered this book on Amazon: Ed Emberley īs Drawing Book: Make A World
 
I īm hoping that in future my deer will look less string-like. :-)
 
 
 
Tap

22 Nov 2015     



EmpireOfEnglish
Russian Federation

almaz, thank you very much!

22 Nov 2015     



EmpireOfEnglish
Russian Federation

almaz and Tapioca, here is the link to a very useful book too!!! it will also help you to make nice drawings! I use it a lot!
 
https://atiyepestel.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/1000pictures_all.pdf
 
Empire of English 

22 Nov 2015