Basic English expressions In this section you will find our collection of easy-to-play card games created to make the learning process more fun. Each package includes game accessories and instructions.Being a part of the Wordies in Space series, our games are designed for practising and revising the new language material presented on the Reader and Reference Cards.They are easy to teach, fun to play in pairs or small groups, and lots of them can be adapted to play with any vocabulary or sentence patterns, so you can use them independently, in any way feeting your needs, as well as change or invent game rules. Enjoy! This is a game for 4 players adapted from the traditional game Go Fish! The object is to collect sets of four cards of the same rank, by asking other players for cards you think they may have. Whoever collects most sets wins.
Digital Learning Day Do you want to use more digital learning to meet the needs of each of your students? Teachers, librarians, and instructional coaches from across the country have helped us to develop these toolkits that are ready for you to use today! These toolkits are not the totality of good information available; instead, they are designed to provide a few ideas about how technology can enhance the educational experience for students in the topic areas addressed. B1 level English language practice tests B1 is one of the CEFR levels described by the Council of Europe. The ability to express oneself in a limited way in familiar situations and to deal in a general way with nonroutine information. Examples:
English Grammar Welcome to our English grammar page! Here you can find links to our most popular grammar pages, and links to essential grammar (and grammar exercises) by level. Basic English Grammar Start here if you're a beginner, or if you need to refresh your knowledge of English. These pages give you the basic grammar rules, with explanations and exercises. Conversation cards Are you finding these conversation cards useful? Our new book 50 Conversation Classes features 50 themed sets of conversation cards each set is accompanied by a sheet of vocabulary, grammar and idiom activities to help prepare the ground. Keep it in your bag and you’ll always have a back-up plan. Buy it now from Amazon, get it as an eBook or view some sample pages. Also available: the Kindle edition containing the 500 conversation questions featured in the print version of the booka web and Android app app – featuring randomised question cards from 50 categories
Discussion topics for English language learners Prepare for Discussion 28 topics-- for the Higher Intermediate & Advanced levels----START 01 Alternative Beliefs Naming Nouns Learn all about what nouns are and how to use them © 2012 This website is produced by the Student Recruitment, Admissions and International Development Division at The University of Manchester
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