Verb Tenses : Concise ESL Support : ESL/EAL Resources : Write Site: Theory Write Site ESL/EAL Resources There are 12 verb tenses in English. The verb action can take place in the past the present or the future. Chart—Active Verb Tenses *Time clues: these are words that give some information about when an action occurs. There are many words that are time clues; some can be used to indicate a number of tenses, for instance that something happened in the past or that it will happen in the future. Chart—Time Clues and Verb Tense EFL Interactive Grammar Quizzes Printable & PPT Games - Click Here! If you are the type of person who prefers to have games on powerpoint or as printable handouts, we have been thinking of you. We offer board games, powerpoint games and more for the classroom and one to one teaching. They have made my lessons fun and I have no doubt yours will be fun too. Added to the good news are the templates we offer that you can use to create customized games for your classroom and teaching. It is total fun and highly engaging fun lessons with these resources. Read the full story Classroom Tools - Click Here! Get some cool tools for use in your classroom.
Present perfect I still haven't found what I'm looking for. U2 I have the highest mountains I have through the fields Only to be with you Only to be with you I have I have I have these city walls Only to be with you But I still haven't found What I'm looking for But I still haven't found What I'm looking for a. But I still haven't found What I'm looking for But I still haven't found What I'm looking for I /bɪˈli:v/ in the Kingdom Come Then all the colors will /bli:d/ into one But yes I'm still running You /brəʊk/ the /bɒndz/ You /'lu:sənd/ the /tʃeɪnz/ You carried the /krɒs/ of my /ʃeɪm/ of my /ʃeɪm/ You know I /bɪˈli:vd/ it But I still haven't found What I'm looking for But I still haven't found What I'm looking for
READING_Floods - Causes and Effects of Flooding | Flood Protection A flood is a body of water that covers land which is normally dry. Floods are common natural disasters that can affect millions of people around the world. They destroy houses and buildings, and carry soil away from valuable farming land. Floods can also contaminate drinking water and lead to diseases. Flooding has always been a part human history. Floods are not always destructive natural events. Flooding near Key West, Florida How do floods occur? At least once a year the plains around large rivers are flooded. Rivers that flow slowly carry water, sand and silt. Coastal regions can also be affected by flooding. Tropical storms, cyclones and hurricanes also lead to flooding. Low-lying countries are in permanent danger of being flooded. Floods are also caused by humans. Flooded village in Sumatra after 2004 tsunami Flood protection Today flood protection has a high priority in countries that are in danger. Online Exercises Related Topics Words
Free ESL worksheets, ESL printables, English grammar handouts, free printable tests Welcome to our downloadable ESL worksheets section. Whether you're an ESL student looking to practice English, or an ESL teacher looking for printables/ handouts for the classroom, check out our list of topics below. The topics covered include verb tenses, phrasal verbs, articles, prepositions, pronouns, countable and non-countable nouns, and many others. If you don't want to download the exercises one by one, you can download an exercise package in one zip file! IMPORTANT: The worksheets are for classroom/home use only. WE DO NOT ALLOW THE REPOSTING OF ANY OF OUR WORKSHEETS ONLINE. WRITING SKILLS (for advanced/native speakers): A or AN? SIMPLE PRESENT tense 1SIMPLE PRESENT tense 2Present tense of the verb TO BE 1TO BE? COUNTABLE (COUNT) or NON-COUNTABLE (NON-COUNT) NOUNS: If you would like to suggest a specific English grammar quiz/test, please contact us :) For another great collection of English grammar and vocabulary printables, check out our sister-site ESLPDF.com
Verb Tenses Worksheets "What a comprehensive site! I espcially like your verb tenses worksheets. They allow my students to really practice all the many variations. Thanks very much for your help." -- Lilliana V., Distrito Federal, Mexico, 10/28/11 Like these materials? Show your support by liking us on Facebook... Aren't verb tenses wonderful? COPYRIGHT NOTICE: The below publications contain copyrighted work to be used by teachers in school or at home. Unit 1: Using "To Be" The worksheet below gives a broad overview of all aspects of all possible tenses. Verb Tenses Diagram - A diagram of verb tenses and examples This unit contains worksheets outlining common usages of the verb "to be." Unit 2: Present Tense This unit contains printable present tense worksheets. Finding these materials helpful? Sorry to interrupt...Now back to browsing more quality reading comprehension materials! Sorry to interrupt...Now back to browsing more quality verb tenses exercises! Unit 3: Past Tense Unit 4: Future Tense
READING_Nile River | Longest River in the World | Aswan High Dam The Nile River is the longest river in the world. It flows northward from the lakes of Central Africa to the Mediterranean Sea. However, the Nile carries less water than many other rivers because it flows through the Sahara desert in the north. 97% of Egypt’s population lives in the river’s valley. Africa’s biggest river drains about 10 percent of the continent. The Nile consists of two tributaries. The two rivers join at Khartoum in Sudan. In the deserts between Khartoum and southern Egypt the Nile flows through a series of rapids called cataracts. The Nile and Ancient Egypt Ancient Egypt could never have developed into one of the world’s greatest civilizations without the help of the Nile River. Farming in ancient Egypt depended on the Nile River. The Aswan High Dam In the 1960s the Aswan High Dam was constructed near the border between Egypt and Sudan. Plants and Animals The Nile flows through many climatic regions. Downloadable PDF Text- and Worksheets Related Topics Words
The Simpsons (ESL listening comprehension exercises) - Practice English with the Simpsons HOME > VIDEO BASED LISTENING COMPREHENSION > The Simpsons SECTION 2: The Simpsons Learning through media (movies, music, etc.) is one of the best ways to learn a new language. The exercises below use clips from the popular American TV show "The Simpsons" to help you to better understand spoken English. Here's what you do: Click on the video you want to watch below.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! By watching these videos you will: a) Learn real English vocabulary, as spoken by real native speakers. b) Practice and improve your listening skills and comprehension skills c) Learn proper pronunciation d) Learn useful English language expressions as well as phrases for conversation e) Feel that learning English can be fun! NOTE: All of these videos are protected by copyright.
Americas | Amazon river 'longer than Nile' Researchers in Brazil are claiming to have established as a scientific fact that the Amazon is the longest river in the world. The Amazon is recognised as the world's largest river by volume, but has generally been regarded as second in length to the River Nile. The claim follows an expedition to Peru that is said to have established a new starting point further south. It puts the Amazon at 6,800km (4,250 miles) compared to the Nile's 6,695km. Mountain source The precise length of a river is not easy to calculate and depends on correctly identifying the source and the mouth. The new claim in Brazil follows an expedition by scientists which is said to have discovered a new source for the Amazon in the south of Peru and not the north of the country as had been thought for many years. While the exact location has yet to be confirmed from two choices, scientists say either would make the river the longest in the world.
English Language Centre Study Zone: Welcome! About the Study Zone The Study Zone is for students of the English Language Centre (ELC) at the University of Victoria. ELC teachers create the English language lessons and practice exercises. The site is designed for our adult English language learners, but all are welcome to read the lessons and use the exercises. News and Feedback We occasionally post news on the Study Zone blog and we're happy to receive comments on the blog's Feedback Page. Who visits Study Zone? This map shows the visitors to this page only. What do I do? First, choose your level. Study Zone is made up of levels. Where am I now? The menu at the top of each page tells you where you are. U7_Amazon Longer Than Nile River, Scientists Say June 18, 2007 The Amazon River, not the Nile, is the longest in the world, a team of Brazilian scientists claims. The scientists claim to have traced the river's source to a snow-capped mountain in southern Peru, adding a new twist in the swirling debate over the longest river label. (See a map of the region.) The Amazon is considered the world's largest river by volume, but scientists have believed it is slightly shorter than Africa's Nile. The Brazilian scientists' 14-day expedition extended the Amazon's length by about 176 miles (284 kilometers), making it 65 miles (105 kilometers) longer than the Nile. According to the team's results, which have not been published, the Amazon is 4,225 miles (6,800 kilometers) long. (See related: "Amazon River Once Flowed the Other Way, Study Says" [October 25, 2006].) Long Rivalry The Amazon and the Nile have been at the center of a centuries-old rivalry over the "world's longest" title. In the 20th century, consensus gave the title to the Nile.
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