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ESL Instructors and Students. Summary: This page provides resources for ESL instructors and students Contributors:Purdue OWLLast Edited: 2014-09-03 10:10:51 For access to all OWL resources, click here.

ESL Instructors and Students

Please click on the links below to access resources for ESL instructors and students: Grammar and Mechanics Adjective or Adverb - This worksheet discusses the differences between adjectives and adverbs. How to Use Adjectives and Adverbs - This resource provides basic guidelines of adjective and adverb use. How to Use Articles (a/an/the) - This handout discusses the differences between indefinite articles (a/an) and definite articles (the).

Irregular Verbs - This handout contains a list and discussion of common irregular verbs. Numbers - This section discusses numbers, how to write them correctly, and when to use numerical expressions instead. Prepositions - This section deals with prepositions and their standard uses. Sentence Punctuation Patterns - This handout describes eight sentence punctuation patterns with examples. Talkaboutenglish pron1. Articles THE/ A / AN / zéro: leçon / cours de grammaire anglaise. Prérequis du 16e cours: (Ce qu'il faut savoir pour comprendre ce cours) Aucun. :-)... mais il serait bon de se souvenir de la leçon 1, si possible.

Articles THE/ A / AN / zéro: leçon / cours de grammaire anglaise

L'objectif du jour: > Arriver à maîtriser l'épineux problème des articles 'A/AN', 'THE' et l'article zéro. Ce sont des articles très importants car on les utilise dans toutes les phrases et à plusieurs reprises. Il correspond en français à notre 'un/une' a book = un livre. Il est très facile à utiliser. Exemple: an apple. Habitudes et used to-anglais. Quand on emploie to be used to + verbe en -ing ou un nom , c'est pour parler d'une habitude déjà acquise, d'un état présent.

Habitudes et used to-anglais

We are both used to challenging each other on line for hours with our favourite game. Nous avons tous deux l'habitude de nous défier pendant des heures en ligne avec notre jeu favori. He's not used to most of the software but he has a good knowledge of English. Il n'est pas habitué à la plupart des logiciels mais a une bonne connaissance de l'anglais. Quand on emploie to get used to + verbe en -ing ou un nom c'est pour parler d'une habitude qu'on prend (s'habituer à): She's getting used to the extremely cold winter of Siberia.

Elle s'habitue à l'hiver extrêmement froid de Sibérie. I couldn't get used to sleeping well in my new flat with all the noise from cars on the road. Je n'arrivais pas à m'habituer à bien dormir dans mon nouvel appartement avec tous ces bruits de voitures venant de la route. When I was a child, I used to go into abandoned houses with my friends. Les-verbes-irréguliers.jpg (JPEG Image, 1057 × 1543 pixels) - Scaled (64%) 20 Essential English Idioms for Sounding Like a Native. So you’re in an American bar.

20 Essential English Idioms for Sounding Like a Native

It’s loud, but you can make out what people are saying. You hear a fellow drinker talking about hitting books… …another is talking about twisting someone’s arm… …and it sounds like someone’s been stabbed in the back. What the heck is going on? You scratch your head and wonder why you’re still lost even though you can translate the words. Well, you’ve just had your first introduction to English idioms. What Are English Idioms? English idioms are a group of words which have a meaning which isn’t obvious from looking at the individual words. They have developed over time and so they might seem random to you. Because they’re used so often in everyday English, if you don’t know them, it’s almost impossible to understand the context. Why Learn English Idioms? Does this sound familiar?

You took traditional classes. You learned the grammar, the rules, and hundreds of exceptions. You have a vocabulary that could rival an American student’s. British English Idioms. BBC Learning English. Tae pronunciation1.