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Christmas (Didapages Book)

Christmas (Didapages Book)

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100+ Useful Expressions, Dialogs and Phrasal Verbs for SHOPPING! Whether you love shopping, or just shop when you need to, you can practice your English at the same time! Shopping is a great way to communicate with lots of different people, and it really helps to boost your confidence in speaking English! You might hesitate or make mistakes to begin with, if you’re a bit nervous, but that’s completely normal. Christmas - Smartboard Games, Activities, Lessons - iSmartboard.com Smartboard Interactive Christmas Lessons, Activities and Games Teachers and students can use these Smartboard games, activities and lessons to play fun games on Christmas! Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ on December 25th. Learn facts about the origin of Christmas and its traditions in Santa Pentalty Shootout – Students of all ages will enjoy this interactive game about Christmas traditions and trivia.

128 Very Good Words That Are Very Capable of Replacing "Very" I am very excited to share this very interesting infographic with you. It’s very useful because it’ll teach you how to stop using the word “very” so much. I’m very afraid that if you don’t read through it, you’ll make a very big error in your writing by using very weak language. Best Interactive Christmas Websites for Kids I’ve got to hand it to some people – they are more creative than I will ever be. Some very inventive (and tech savvy!) people have created some awesome interactive Christmas websites that kids love. Here are my favorites (and of course, these are all free):

Building Vocabulary Page 1 of 2 What Is It? One of the most important responsibilities of every teacher is to help students develop a strong working vocabulary. Vocabulary falls into four categories: Facts about Christmas for Kids What are the names of Santa's reindeer? Father Christmas' reindeers are called Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner/Donder, Blitzen, and Rudolph. Eight of these names are taken from Clement C. Moore's "A Visit From St. Nicholas," and the ninth from the song "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" (NB. Christmas Games Help Baby Hazel decorate the Christmas tree and then play with the little kids in the snow. ini Putt is back for Christmas! 18 holes across two holiday themed courses with slopes, hazards and hundreds of gems to collect! Your mission is to grow the biggest Christmas tree ever! Help Santa fix the workshop and get him on his way to make the Monkey GO Happy!

How to learn the vocabulary of foreign languages Once you have got to grips with the fundamentals of a language (pronunciation, orthography and basic grammar), you can concentrate on learning vocabulary. This is probably the most important and time-consuming part of learning a language. Associate the familiar with the unfamiliar Try to find word or phrases in your L1 which sound like and if possible have a similar meaning to words in your L2.

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