English Language Centre Study Zone: Welcome! About the Study Zone The Study Zone is for students of the English Language Centre (ELC) at the University of Victoria.
ELC teachers create the English language lessons and practice exercises. The site is designed for our adult English language learners, but all are welcome to read the lessons and use the exercises. News and Feedback The comments on the Study Zone blog have been great! Who visits Study Zone? This map shows the visitors to this page only. What do I do? First, choose your level. Study Zone is made up of levels. Where am I now? The menu at the top of each page tells you where you are. English Activities and Exercises.
English Worksheets. Free Online English Lessons and Exercises. Essays and Other Writing Activities for Early Writers: EnchantedLearning.com. Writing Exercises and Prompts. Connector Summary. Connector Diagnostic: identify specific points that need review Quiz 1: beginning – intermediate Quiz 2: intermediate – advanced Overview of Coordinators, Subordinators & Prepositional Heads Connector Review: overview of connective words that relate phrases and clauses Intermediate– Advanced ESL, Native Speaker The day was cold and windy.
They day was cloudy, windy and also cold. It was cloudy and windy. The wind was strong as well as cold. Besides being windy, it was also cold. The day was windy and cold. It was bright, clear and windy. It was bright, clear and windy. Coordinators FANBOYS: join words, phrases and clauses with coordinators Beginning–Advanced ESL, Native Speaker She danced and waved a fan. She danced and waved a fan, and he played the flute. Coordinators—Addition. Transition+Words.pdf (application/pdf Object) Practice with Subordinating Conjunctions. Exercícios de Inglês. English Exercises. English Exercises.
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Almarza Inglés » Watch this video to the end: From: Angst- Beautiful and Strange Animation by Emiel Penders To complete the story fill in the gaps with the words given: finally, although, first, so, while, besides, later, consequently, despite, when, then, however, as a result, as, because of, but (2) Key to check your answers:rightwrong The boy who was afraid of the wind he was just a baby, Brave Boy was lying in his cradle.
Later, at the age of 2, he was having a birthday party with his best friend, Dog. something terrible happened! He had a serious problem with a girl at the bus stop when he got under her skirt, he was hurt with a kite string, he fell off a swing. . . . , Brave Boy grew up frightened by windy days. And it was on one of those windy days when his life changed forever. Dog was waiting for a walk Brave Boy didn´t want to go out as the wind was terrifying! He was scared; he decided to do something! Oh no!!!!!! Por Ana M. Practice with Subordinating Conjunctions. Conjunction game. Coherent Order Eighth 8th Grade English Language Arts Standards I4C. Addition and contrast.
Daily ESL: Conversation Starters for English Students. Ship or Sheep : minimal pair ESL pronunciation practice - free online. Perfect pronunciations exercises. ESL Worksheets. Learning Chocolate - Vocabulary Learning Platform. English.UA » Online English Test. 11 Free Websites to Practice English at Home. RTlibrary on FlickrAt the New York Public Library's Adult Learning Centers, where adults work on basic English and literacy skills, we're often asked for recommendations of websites for adults to practice English at home.
Below you'll find eleven sites, some with a focus on listening, some on vocabulary, others on grammar, and some with a range of activities. Happy learning! Easy World of Englisheasyworldofenglish.com An attractive, user-friendly website including grammar, pronunciation, reading and listening practice and an interactive picture dictionary. Many Thingsmanythings.org This website includes matching quizzes, word games, word puzzles, proverbs, slang expressions, anagrams, a random-sentence generator and other computer-assisted language learning activities. The site also includes a special page on pronunciation, including practice with minimal pairs. Dave's ESL Cafeeslcafe.com A forum for both ESL teachers and students around the world.