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BILINGUAL-CHILDREN-SpanglishBaby — Raising Bilingual &amp; Bi-Cultural Children Conversation Questions for the ESL/EFL Classroom If this is your first time here, then read the Teacher's Guide to Using These PagesIf you can think of a good question for any list, please send it to us. Home | Articles | Lessons | Techniques | Questions | Games | Jokes | Things for Teachers | Links | Activities for ESL Students Would you like to help? If you can think of a good question for any list, please send it to us. Copyright © 1997-2010 by The Internet TESL Journal Pages from this site should not be put online elsewhere.Permission is not required to link directly to any page on our site as long as you do not trap the page inside a frame. Listening Estudia el vocabulario de la lección. Abre la lección y escucha dos veces el audio sin leer el texto (el audio puede aparecer en la página como ‘mp3’, ‘voice’, ‘listen’, etc.) If you can't see the Babylon translation box, use this link for <a href=" or this one for <a href=" Descárgalo gratis Vocabulario de la lección Esta sección de vocabulario y pronunciación tiene como objetivo ayudarte en la comprensión de la lección. Verbos irregulares Present Traducción Past Past Participle empezar cortar comer ir crecer, cultivar tener guiar, llevar, conducir decir ver mostrar, exhibir decir, contar ganar

Split Infinitives : Grammar Girl You may have heard a rule that you shouldn't split infinitives, but I'm here to tell you it's not a real rule, and the idea itself is based on a shaky foundation. What Are Infinitives? To understand split infinitives, we first have to clearly define the word “infinitive.” go sprinkle run split Full infinitives are made up of two words, usually putting the word “to” in front of the bare verb: to go to sprinkle to run to split What Is a Split Infinitive? The safest choice is to avoid splitting infinitives. A split infinitive puts an adverb between the two parts of the full infinitive. If you want to remember what a split infinitive is, just remember what might be the most famous example: Star Trek's “to boldly go where no one has gone before.” The Latin Origin of the Split Infinitive Rule Many sources say the origin of the misguided rule against splitting infinitives in English comes from a devotion to Latin that was prominent in the late 1800s. Should You Split Infinitives?

Flashcards: The world's largest online library of printable flash cards PODCAST-BIBLIOTECA-INGLES IPL -- Arts and Humanities -- Literature -- Online Texts26 resources KnowledgeRush Book Directory Large directory of popular literary works and historical documents available on the Web. Includes biographies of some authors and can be browsed by author, genre, or title. Subject: Literature--Online Texts; The Internet Archive: Text Archive Offers acess to digital-born and scanned print texts. Project Gutenberg The Internet's oldest -- and one of the largest -- provider of free electronic books," where you can download over 30,000 free ebooks to read on your PC, Kindle, Sony Reader, iPhone or other device." LibriVox LibriVox is site designed to facilitate the sharing of audio books. Just Free Books This is a custom search engine for finding ebooks and summaries of works in the public domain. Google Books Search Find full text and/or bibliographic information using the world's best known search engine to search through one of the largest collaborative digitization projects ever. Lit2Go HorrorMasters

Speaking Welcome to EnglishClub.com Speaking for ESL learners, to help you learn and practise the skill of speaking English. Speaking is the second of the four language skills, which are: 1. Listening 2. What Is Speaking? The Importance of Speaking Practice Speaking to yourself can be "dangerous" because men in white coats may come and take you away!! Improve your speaking with MyEC! Find English learners and teachers to practise speaking with on MyEnglishClub. GreetingsHow to say hello in English. "What should I call you?" Telephone EnglishIn this lesson we look at some of the words and expressions that we use for telephoning. Presentations & Public Speaking Learn how to give a presentation or speak in public in English. Speaking about the Weather Even strangers discuss the weather. Small Talk What can we say in casual conversations with strangers or colleagues we meet in the lift? Speaking vs Writing (article) Negotiating Meetings TOEFL Speaking Section (with audio examples) Talking Point Discussions

WIKISOURCE OWL Writing Exercises Welcome to the updated OWL exercise pages. For the past year and a half, we have been working on updating the OWL page design and OWL navigation based on our OWL Usability Project findings. As part of this process, we have also been working on correcting and updating our exercises. To navigate the OWL exercises, please use the navigation bar on the left. You may also print the exercises and the exercise answers by using the Full Resource for Printing button at the bottom of the exercise pages. If you cannot find an exercise you have used in the past, or if you have a suggestion for adding an exercise, please let us know. Note: Users may notice that the OWL exercises no longer offer the dropdown option.

Speaking skills: more lesson plans Tips and tricks to help you prepare for English speaking practice in the classroom. Drama activitiesSix drama activities for the ELT and ESL classroom.Dramatic dialoguesUsing dialogues to practise intonation, functions and structures.First dayLindsay Clandfield provides six tried and tested speaking activities perfect for your first day with a new class.Get out of the classroom 1Ideas for outdoor lessons which will have an element of English in them.Get out of the classroom 2Ideas for outdoor lessons which will have an element of English in them.Using OKRaising students' awareness of the uses of 'OK' as a discourse marker. Students find out the disputed etymology of 'OK' and practise using it as a discourse marker.

Learner autonomy and second/foreign language learning | Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies Author: David Little © David Little Abstract This article defines the autonomous learner; summarises arguments in favour of helping language learners to become autonomous; briefly considers the process of 'autonomisation' in language classrooms and self-access learning schemes; identifies some principal lines of research; and concludes by suggesting that the Council of Europe's European Language Portfolio may bring 'autonomisation' to much larger numbers of learners than hitherto and in doing so may provide an important focus for research. Table of contents Definitions Learner autonomy is a problematic term because it is widely confused with self-instruction. Why learner autonomy? There are two general arguments in favour of trying to make learners autonomous. In the particular case of second and foreign languages there is a third argument. Helping language learners to become autonomous Research Current developments and future trends Bibliography Aoki, N. and R. Benson, P. (2001).

Speaking - Dialogues and role-play in English - Diálogos en inglés Recursos para estudiantes de inglés de todos los niveles, profesores y traductores. Para aprender o mejorar tu inglés en forma divertida a través de Internet. Haz doble click sobre una palabra para ver la traducción Babylon Traductor gratis Speaking Role-Plays En esta parte te ofrecemos la posibilidad de practicar tu inglés participando en diálogos de la vida cotidiana. ¿Qué se necesita? Primero, deberás instalar un programa para poder escuchar y hablar.Click aquí para instalarlo (es gratis) Además, necesitarás tener conectado un micrófono y por supuesto, auriculares o altavoces para poder escuchar. ¿Cómo funciona? En cada página se ofrece un diálogo distinto para practicar. Elige un diálogo More dialogues coming soon...

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