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When did you last ...? Spelling & Reading Comprehension. Disagreeing. Vocabulary. Expressions for Agreeing and Disagreeing. This page is about words and phrases that we use when we agree or disagree with someone in English.

Expressions for Agreeing and Disagreeing

Stating an opinion In my opinion...The way I see it...If you want my honest opinion....According to Lisa...As far as I'm concerned...If you ask me... Asking for an opinon What's your idea? What are your thoughts on all of this? Expressing agreement. Agreeing and disagreeing. Ana: Hi!

Agreeing and disagreeing

I'm Ana. Welcome to What to Say! Do you know what to say when you agree and disagree? Listen out for useful language for agreeing and disagreeing. Then, we'll practise saying the new phrases – after this. Paul: So? Emir: I'm not convinced by that idea. Paul: Why? Emir: Well, this design is just too simple. Paul: It's not simple, it's minimal. How to describe a photograph in English - IELTS exam skills. Word List on Picture Description - Writing English. Picture description activity for Bachillerato. B1. B2. Intermediate. Advanced. Discussion. Social networking can be too dangerous for young people and should only be available to adults.


Examiner: So, now we’re going to have a short discussion. You’ve got one minute to take notes and prepare together for a two-minute discussion. Remember to listen, take turns and explain your opinions. Kelvin: So, shall I start first? Melissa: Sure. Kelvin: Yeah, so we need to discuss whether social networking can be dangerous for young people and whether they should be only available to adults. Melissa: I disagree with that statement because I think young people can keep contact with old or new friends on their social network and it can develop their good relationships and it can increase their self-esteem.

Six collaborative games for competitive English language classrooms. Do you want your English language learners to work toward a common goal in the classroom?

Six collaborative games for competitive English language classrooms

Teacher David Petrie, who won the TeachingEnglish blog award , tells us his tried-and-tested methods. One of my favourite revision activities with my classes is 'backs to the board', also known as 'hotseat'. I divide the class into two teams. One learner from each team sits with their backs to the board, facing their teams. I write a word on the board, and the teams try to elicit the target word from the learner at the front of the room, without saying it. 10 (easy-to-prepare) Speaking activities for Online lessons. B1 Speaking Test - Photograph description. Describe a photo or picture. Examiner: OK.

Describe a photo or picture

You each have a picture. You’ve got one minute to look at your picture. Describe all that you can see in the picture and explain what you think is happening. Melissa: In the picture there is a man lying in the middle of the road and there is a car and a motorbike there. I believe there is a car accident and that guy is almost dying. Teaching speaking - Unit 6: Activities. This unit looks specifically at the use of debates, stories and information gaps.

Teaching speaking - Unit 6: Activities

In the video you will see teachers in Thailand carrying out speaking activities with their classes while John Kay gives advice to focus teachers on these classroom techniques. This unit contains the following elements: A short video providing input. A downloadable series of reflection tasks and activities. If you are a teacher trainer and are planning to use the material in a face-to-face context, there is a set of trainer notes for each topic. English Skills - Speaking. This lesson gives students the... - TeachingEnglish - British Council. Talking about other people.

Ana: Hi!

Talking about other people

I'm Ana. Welcome to What to Say! Do you know what to say when you talk about other people? Listen out for useful language for talking about other people. Then, we'll practise saying the new phrases – after this. Yuna: How's your new project going? 6 creative ways to practise English online. Learning a language should be fun – and it doesn’t always have to involve textbooks, teachers and IRL (in real life) classes!

6 creative ways to practise English online

There are plenty of opportunities to learn English in creative ways online. So if you’re unable to learn English in a conventional way, it’s time to think outside the box. Here are six fun ideas on how you can learn English online on your own or with friends. 1. Start your own speaking club on House Party A good house party can be a beautiful thing – there’s the chance for interesting conversations and the possibility to make new friends. We’d like to introduce Houseparty!

Don’t have time to plan any fun conversation topics beforehand? 2. Have you ever wanted an English speaking partner that you can talk at for hours and hours but won’t get bored? Because she’s a communication device, Alexa is all about speaking and listening. Alexa also has ‘skills’. Daily Dose gives you a ‘Word of the Day’ or a ‘Lesson of the Day’.