bab.la Phrases The phrase dictionary includes thousands of common phrases divided into six main categories: Academic Writing, Business Communication, Applications and Résumés, Personal Correspondence, Travel, and Immigration. Within each category widely used phrases are grouped together according to the situation in which a phrase is used. The situation description helps you judge in which context to use the phrase. The idea behind the phrases dictionary is to use it as a tool to help with formal writing or where it is expected to use a particular writing style. English lessons online: EnglishLearner.com Beginner grammar exercises and tests: Present Simple or Present Continuous? - put the verbs in the correct tense Have got or has got? - complete the sentences with have got or has got Make Present Simple sentences - use the given words to make sentences in the Present Simple tense Present Simple, jumbled sentences - put the words in the correct order to make Present Simple sentences:1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 · 10 Present Simple or Present Continuous? - which tense is correct in these sentences?
Sentence Games, Grammar Games, Drag and Drop, Vocabulary Games Actions Present Simple Practice Present Simple Grammar and Sentences with this ESL Vocabulary and Grammar Interactive Monkey Fun Game. Adjectives Easy Practice Adjectives, Opposites (Antonyms) Sentences with this ESL Vocabulary and Grammar Interactive Baker Fun Game. Adjectives Preposition [GB] The Wire - revue On the cover: Diamanda Galás: The vocalist, composer and interpreter returns to the subjects of disease and diaspora via new work De:formation and her reissued debut album. By Louise Gray. Plus, Global Ear: Artists, writers and organisers from around the world including Mariam Rezaei, Yan Jun, Mai Mai Mai, Cafe Oto and Bruce Russell respond to the new realities ushered in by Covid-19. Dale Cornish: Retaining the mordant wit and performative verve of his electroclash days, the Croydon based producer and performer bristles at the cutting edge of UK electronics. By Chal Ravens.
Anglais pour le BAC Understanding (or at least trying to understand!) the Brexit Spaces and Exchanges The Brexit is a perfect topic for illustrating the notion of Spaces and Exchanges. What will be the implications for the movement of people and of goods across the new borders? 5 Great YouTube Channels for Learning English September 2 , 2015 Youtube is undoubtedly a great source of educational content to use in class with your students. It also hosts tons of channels that provide instructional tutorials specifically tailored for different learning needs and styles. We have already reviewed some of these channels in previous posts and today we are sharing with you some of our favourite YouTube channels for learning English. You can use them with your ELL/ESL/EFL students to enhance their grasp of English in different areas: speaking, writing, listening , vocabulary, and grammar.
English Grammar: a complete guide Do you have a question about the correct usage of the semicolon or how to place adverbs in a sentence? If so, you've come to the right place. Edufind.com is a complete English grammar guide filled with the rules of English usage. Each grammatical rule is explained in plain English with several examples, and when needed, counter-examples. Prepositions Game You can set this page as a homework task for a group of students; doing so will give you a record of who has completed the task. Visit the teacher's section for more information. You can share this page by using the link below.
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Sound matters A series of pronunciation activities by Adrian Tennant. Each lesson plan focuses on the distinction between two or three problematic phonemes and includes teacher's notes, a student worksheet and a podcast. Pronunciation activities: Part 1This lesson by Adrian Tennant focuses on the distinction between the long and short 'i' sound, marking the difference in words like 'ship' and 'sheep'.Pronunciation activities: Part 2This lesson in the series by Adrian Tennant focuses on the distinction between the two phonemes at the beginning of the words 'yet' and 'jet'.Pronunciation activities: Part 3This lesson in the series by Adrian Tennant focuses on the distinction between the sounds 'n' and 'ng' in words like 'ran' and 'rang'.Pronunciation activities: Part 4This lesson in the series by Adrian Tennant focuses on the distinction between the phonemes marking the two vowels sounds in the words 'shot' and 'shout'.