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Paralleltext.io. Russia gives France a dog. Now, we know they’re for life and not just for Christmas, but Russia may have given France the cutest gift ever.

Russia gives France a dog

Russian police have given France a puppy to replace police dog Diesel who was killed in a raid following the Paris attacks in November. The seven-year-old hound was shot during a raid in St Denis which targeted the alleged mastermind of the coordinated killings. During a ceremony in Moscow, Russia's Interior Ministry handed over a German Shepherd puppy to the French ambassador. Dobrynya is named after a folklore hero and is intended as a symbol of the unity of nations in the fight against terrorism and as a gesture of solidarity and friendship with France. Well, we would be friends with anyone who gave us that cutie! Source: www.ondemandnews.com. A dark and stormy night. English Listening Level Test - How well do you understand English? Which English exam is right for you? Listen to English - learn English! - The podcast website for people learning English.

English listening exercises and printable worksheets for free. World Of Movies. Listening Games. Free public domain audiobooks. English Online - Articles in Easy Understandable English for Learners. 28 Tongue Twisters that Will Improve Your Students' ESL Pronunciation. You load a wrong way to get here?

28 Tongue Twisters that Will Improve Your Students' ESL Pronunciation

…come again? Ahh, you rode a long way to get here. Gotcha. Having a hard time understanding your students? If you, the teacher, can’t understand their ESL pronunciation, you can assume that many others won’t be able to, either. How do you remedy this problem? These fun phrases can trip up even the most fluent speakers with alliteration and confusing combinations of words. The first step to pronunciation mastery? Common Troubles with ESL Pronunciation The first language a student speaks is the one that will set the tone for their English pronunciation. Some of the more common issues for English students include: Aspiration: In English, we use a small expulsion of air to enunciate some letters.

Mouth Shape and Tongue Position: Many foreign languages require very different mouth shapes for words. Throat Vibrations: In English, certain sounds make the throat vibrate. Introducing Tongue Twisters to Your Class Listening or Reading? Implementing Your Tongue Twisters. Untitled. Improve your Accent: Tongue Twisters. 1st International Collection of Tongue Twisters. Voki Home. David. David Listen Hi people!

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Searching on the Oxford sites I´ve found this: Do you know it? What´s your opinion about it? By Itziar by Miren by Carolina-Nieves by su by Itziar by n by David by David by David by David HI by James by David by David It's a shame I had to leave earlier. Bookmarklet for chrome by David by David by David agendaweb.org by hello juan mary, what´s up? By David by David we made 16 jack o´lanterns in class by hello eusebio what are you thinking about? Hello by hello Hi by Me david copperfield by David. 23 Quotes You Should Never Forget. One day, a fire cannot die.

23 Quotes You Should Never Forget

The next, it's gone. Who you hurt, will never forget. Go for it. You'll drive yourself mad living in question. There's a way to not let go. Work should never consume your purpose. We're all fighting our own battles. Beautiful people do not just happen. Wikipedia. American vs. British English - Vowel Sounds - Pronunciation differences.