Uncountable Nouns wine joy music sugar happinesshairfun Types Uncountable nouns often fall into the following categories: Human feelings and qualities: joy, anger, cruelty, happiness, honesty, deceit, prideAbstract ideas: hope, peace, beauty, death, fun, life, musicSubstances: sugar, food, water, wine, salt, bread, iron, blood, money, gasActivities: work, help, sleep, travel, shopping Quantifiers We can use the following quantifiers with uncountable nouns: Paper Roll Animals Get crafty with paper towel/toilet paper rolls and make some adorable animals! Just add scissors, paint, googly eyes, and hot glue. This is the perfect boredom buster for a rainy day! (Or a hot one – where we live, summer is not an outside season!) Three of the boys and I worked on this project together.
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Present perfect tense – grammar explanation Some time ago I presented here an infographics on present perfect tense. This infographic contains a lot of interesting information but when I tried to teach the present perfect tense using it, I found out that I failed. That is why I have prepared this new one where I try to introduce the form and the basic usage of the present perfect tense. To teach the grammar successfully though the students have to know the past participles.
Irregular verbs in context - Teacher story Teaching irregular verbs in context is not only useful, but rewarding too. A short story attracts the attention of students and can be used in many communicative activities. Unfortunately, there are not many short stories which can be easily used for teaching the past tense. Advert: DO vs MAKE - The Difference between Do and Make in English Do and Make are two verbs which frequently confuse students. Here we will learn about the difference between Do and Make and when to use each one. When do you use DO? DO is used as follows: 1. Classroom Timers - Fun Timers We've decided to put our new fun timers, and timers for classrooms into a nice sub-section. These are great timers for children, or maybe meetings, or anything really. They just add some extra fun to the usual countdown timers :-) Classic Classroom Timers: Explosive Fun Timers:
How To Learn English Tips and ideas on the best ways to learn English faster. Tips for Beginners You are like a new babyBabies learn their language slowly.First they learn to listen.Then they learn to speak.Finally, they can read and write.Listen to English every dayListen to English radio.Watch English TV.Go to English movies.Use online lessons.Make an English/ESL friendMake up conversations.Practise dialogues.Use beginner textbooks.Read English storiesStart with children's storybooks.Try ESL readers.Read advertisements, signs and labels.Try EnglishClub.com for Young Learners.Write down new wordsStart a vocabulary (new word) notebook.Write words in alphabetical order (A...B...C...).Make example sentences.Always use an English-English dictionary first.Keep an English diaryStart with one sentence.How do you feel?How is the weather?
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