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I forgot my phone This EFL lesson is designed around a beautiful short film by Miles Crawford titled I lost my phone and the theme of mobile phones. Students listen to a film and speculate about what is happening, watch the film to check their answers and talk about mobile phone use. Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper Intermediate (B2) Shoot 1,540 Glorious FPS at 1080p with the New Phantom Miro LC320S High-Speed Camera It's almost not funny now -- it seems like every few days a new camera is introduced (or at least rumored). Vision Research, the company famous for its high-speed cameras, has introduced a new model in its lower-priced (considering) and smaller-sized Miro line, the easy-to-remember LC320S. For starters, it can record up to 1,540fps at 1080p, which is nothing short of astounding if you've ever seen it on a large screen.

The EFL SMARTblog: Advanced You are going towatch / read a TV comedy sketch by Monty Pythonlisten to some slang euphemisms for "dead"plan / write / act out your own comedy sketch using slang euphemisms for "broken"write a formal letter of complaint Note - this post is designed to get students to use common expressions often heard in the UK. There is another similar post on UK slang here 1) Discuss Have you ever had to complain about something?What things do people usually complain about?What's the silliest thing you have ever complained about? Bristol Pound - Our City. Our Money -- DOWNLOAD THE DESIGN BRIEF (194KB pdf) -- Enter the Bristol Pound Artwork Competition to see your artwork on the new Bristol Pound notes! The competition opens on Monday 16th February and will run for a month. Enter by emailing your orginal artwork to or post it to the Bristol Pound offices before Monday 16th March.

Likes - advanced - Useful Expressions for Learning English menu Menu Learning Making a presentation: language and phrases - Speakspeak This is a list of phrases to help you make a professional presentation in English. Good presenters always use language (sometimes single words, sometimes phrases) which shows where they are in their presentation. These ‘signposts’ make it easier for the audience to: follow the structure of the presentationunderstand the speaker more easilyget an idea of the length and content of the presentation. - Lesson Plans Helping Students Understand Literature and Writing Lesson Plans for Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages For Foreign Language Teachers Helping Children with Autism Improve Life Skills conversation topics esl This is a conversation class based on the topic of agony aunts for advanced adult students (C1+) in which students learn some expressions and structures for giving advice. Here is the language handout and the situations for advice: Agony Aunt + Agony Aunt Language Start by trying to elicit what an agony aunt is.

This makes me want to quite uni and my job and go and travel the world. What this guy did is amazing and he's made a better advert by thinking outside the box rather than going for the obvious. by rachel.s May 3