Here's a list of all the PDFs on the site, for easy downloading! (Click here to jump to the PDFs of grammar explanations) Irregular Verbs Present Simple Form (with the verb 'be'): Present Simple Form (with all verbs except 'be'): Present Continuous Form Present Simple or Present Continuous? Present Perfect Simple Form Past Simple or Present Perfect? Present Perfect Continuous Form Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Continuous? Past Simple Form (with the verb 'be'): Past Simple Form (with all verbs except 'be'): Past Continuous Form Past Perfect Simple Form: Past Perfect or Past Simple? Choose the Past Perfect or Past Simple Exercise 1 Future Simple Form: Future Simple or Present Simple? Choose the Future Simple or Present Simple Exercise 1 Will or be going to? Choose the Future Simple (Will) or 'Be Going To' Exercise 1
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a/an, some, any(at home) Kevin: Mum, what do we have in the fridge? Are there apples? Mum: No, there aren't apples, but there are pears and banana. Kevin: Can I have grapes? Mum: There aren't , but you can have orange. Kevin: Ok! (at the supermarket) John: Well, what do we need? Anne: I'm not sure, next time we'll make list. John: Let me think, is there coffee? Anne: Yes, I think there's in the cupboard. John: I think we also need fruit. Anne: Right. John: Oh, and there isn't sugar. (at the restaurant) Waiter: Are you ready to order? Marian: I haven't decided yet. Sam: I'll have salad and chicken, please. Waiter: And for drink? Sam: I'll drink water, please. Waiter: Sparkling or still? Sam: Sparkling, please. Waiter: And for the lady? Marian: I think I'll have boiled vegetables and steak, please. Waiter: Would you like something to drink? Marian: I'll have glass of wine, please. (at the doctor's) Doctor: Mrs Wilson, you have to do more exercise, you need to lose weight. Mrs Wilson: What should I eat, then?
Interactive StoriesInteractive Stories or Guided Stories is the name of an English language teaching technique developed by Mark White, a language teacher/writer. What is an Interactive Story? The technique consists of a story, which includes both sentences and questions so that as one student reads it to the other, the listener can respond to the questions and interact with the storyteller and the story itself by making it up as they go along. What are they for? The goal of an interactive story is to teach narratives in graded language (like graded readers), but orally and interactively. Learn more: Things you can do with an Interactive Story The Origin and Evolution of Interactive Stories Interactive Stories: An Interview with Mark White Examples of Interactive Stories: Advanced English The Banjo Player’s Brother Upper Intermediate English Love and Death World of Water The Story of Green WillowThe ObsessionTibetan StoryThe Children of Kenji Takeuchi Intermediate English The Secret of the Black Drink Asian Odyssey
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My Favorite Vocabulary ActivitiesThat vocabulary is a basis for language learning is a given. When people travel abroad, they take dictionaries and phrase books, not grammar guides. Therefore, every course we teach should have a substantial focus on vocabulary. The more vocabulary one knows, the more families are known, and the more one can both derive and express meaning. Vocabulary is infinite; grammar is not. So, how best to teach vocabulary? Part I – Activities Taboo - Taboo is one of my go-to activities for all levels. One variation I play is that, at the end of the game, students take the cards they have won and defines them for the group, or makes sentences with them. Though this game is simple, students have always been engaged and it seems to really help them recall vocabulary and gaps in their vocabulary. Hot Seat - This is a game I have been using more of lately with my students as a vocab review and warm-up. The Popcorn Game - This is an ELT variation of the Korean “Nunchi Game” (눈치게임). Part II – Techniques
pronoms personnels compléments en anglaisCours sur les pronoms et déterminants (sujets et objets) en anglais Présentation générale des pronoms et déterminants personnels sujets et objets en anglais ( carte mentale - Agnès Pihuit Imbert / my-teacher.fr) Pronoms personnels compléments en anglais : me, you, him,etc. Cours et exercices sur les pronoms personnels sujets et compléments en anglais (Laurence Hacquet) Exercices sur les pronoms personnels compléments en anglais (me, you, him, etc.) Exercices sur les pronoms personnels compléments en anglais : 20 phrases avec des exemples tirés des sites a4esl.org et ego4u.com Exercice interactif sur les pronoms personnels compléments en anglais : associez chaque pronom sujet au pronom complément qui convient (Michel Barbot) Exercice sur les pronoms personnels compléments en anglais ( me, you, him) : complétez les 10 phrases en écrivant la bonne réponse (englishmaven.org) Exercice sur les pronoms personnels compléments en anglais : choisissez la bonne réponse (Pablo Cutini-cyberteacher.it)
lesson plan: about jobsThe aim of this class is to talk about different jobs and compare authentic job descriptions. The idea for this lesson came to me after stumbling upon this amazing website: I found the idea really interesting and decided to introduce my students to this community. The Task The lesson consists of two parts. Part 2 involves working with the website. Personal Experience My teenage students LOVED THIS CLASS. Materials Lifetramp Like this: Like Loading...USEFUL WEBSITES | A Piece of CakeA Piece of Cake English is a piece of cake! Dictionaries Games Grammar exercises Listening exercises Pronunciation ReadingTen Videos to Teach EnglishHere are ten videos which can help students learn English writing skills. This is a process writing project. Students will need to draft and rewrite at least two versions before a satisfactory piece of writing can be completed. These videos are appropriate for high intermediate to advanced levels students. Writing interesting and reflective pieces that summarize the content and the students’ impressions will require some ability to conceptualize abstract concepts. Most videos are about 4 minutes in length. ESL Video Lesson Instructions Explain the writing objectives. Choose a video for the lesson.Briefly review key words such as plot, character and setting.Watch the video once.Students write first draft of a summary which is factual a description of the plot, character and setting.The second part is student input. 1. Room 8 is a wonderful, clever video prompt because it can stimulate interesting and philosophical questions about the meaning of life. 2. 1. 2. 3. 1. 4. 5. Teach writing.