100 word wednesday: wise words… Wisdom is hard to find. Truly. Just ask me. I’ve gotten the same ticket three times in row. produce (noun) pronunciation: How to pronounce produce (noun) in English produce (noun) pronunciation Pronunciation by TopQuark (Male from United Kingdom) 3 votes Good Bad Add to favorites Download MP3 produce (noun) pronunciation Pronunciation by snowcrocus (Female from United States) 1 votes Good Bad Add to favorites Download MP3 produce (noun) pronunciation Pronunciation by itiwat (Female from United States) 1 votes Good Bad Add to favorites Download MP3 produce (noun) pronunciation Pronunciation by splindivit (Male from United States) 0 votes Good Bad Add to favorites Download MP3 produce (noun) pronunciation Pronunciation by adswintonw (Male from Canada) 0 votes Good Bad Add to favorites Download MP3 produce (noun) pronunciation Pronunciation by musicaletty (Female from Australia) 0 votes Good Bad Add to favorites Download MP3 produce (noun) pronunciation Pronunciation by DaBeast (Male from Canada) 0 votes Good Bad Add to favorites Download MP3 Can you pronounce it better? Or with a different accent?
Adverbs of frequency Teaching adverbs of frequency has to consist of several steps. First, the students have to learn the words. If they do not know the words it is useless to teach them the grammar. Talk2Me English : How to order pizza - Elementary level lesson plan 8. Role-play: Objectives: Student A: To place an order for pizza, within a budget. Student B: To deliver the correct order to the customer.Equipment: Two phones/two menus/toy money/sheet of paper/pen Get students into pairs and make sure they each have a telephone (mobile phone or toy). The Origin of the Nerd Introduction In the little more than a decade since I created my original web page here about the origin of the word nerd, it has grown considerably, in part due to various controversies about the word's origins as well as to new information and speculation about its history. My views on the term's origin have not changed much, as you can see by the fact that Dr. Seuss's Nerd has joined me in the page's icon (assuming that you're not viewing the page in the "Full Width" style), but it does seem like time to reorganize the material. The factor that made me decide that nerd might be a label worth reclaiming was its early association with Dr. Seuss.
Drawing on Drawing Games Part Two – Picture Dictation Another recycled article of mine from Modern English Teacher magazine. As with the game Pictionary which is dealt with in Drawing on Drawing Games Part One, Picture Dictation is a very well known and popular game that I am going to look at some variations on and alternative uses for. I therefore hope that this article will be useful both for those who haven’t used this game before and for those who’d like to use it in different ways. I will also explain how to make sure that Picture Dictations work well every time you use them – and as you will see, there are many different times when you could! In the “traditional” version of a Picture Dictation, the teacher or a student takes a drawing or draws something themselves without anyone else being able to see.
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On “Geek” Versus “Nerd” To many people, “geek” and “nerd” are synonyms, but in fact they are a little different. Consider the phrase “sports geek” — an occasional substitute for “jock” and perhaps the arch-rival of a “nerd” in high-school folklore. If “geek” and “nerd” are synonyms, then “sports geek” might be an oxymoron. (Furthermore, “sports nerd” either doesn’t compute or means something else.) In my mind, “geek” and “nerd” are related, but capture different dimensions of an intense dedication to a subject: geek - An enthusiast of a particular topic or field.
English Vocabulary for Food Allergies Do you have a gluten intolerance or any dietary restrictions? Do you hear friends or family talking about food allergies? Chances are that you have heard people talk about food issues, and this is because it has become such a common topic of conversation. We’re talking about how Americans tend to keep developing food aversions and restrictions. You will learn how to talk about these food issues, so whether you have them or not, you will know how to discuss them in conversation. Make sure you understand every word you hear on All Ears English.