New Words in The Oxford Dictionary ……………….Manspreading!………………… Manspreading? Butt dialing? These are real words? Blog Archive » Furniture vocabulary Furniture vocabulary is one of the easy areas for learners of English. However, I think that it never hurts if the students experience some success. In this post, there is a video with all the words, an infographic and three games to practise the vocabulary. Furniture vocabulary – video Start your lesson with the vocabulary film.
mELTing Activities, Lessons and Ideas: Multiple Meanings of a Words My friend is small. What do I mean by that? Is she skinny? Giving Directions in English Giving directions in English is one of the most useful functions there is. Everyone understands that this is the function they are likely to use on the street, literally, and therefore the motivation is usually quite easy. To be able to give directions you need to learn a set of phrases which you later combine into a conversation. Discussions 9d weeks 3+4 You probably remember the articles we worked with last year and the discussions you had afterwards. We will work the same way this year. You will get 2 1/2 lessons to work on this so get started!
Making Words Stick: Memorizing GRE Vocabulary Making Words Stick If you read this week’s posts, you know how to be a full-fledged word detective. You also have the vocabulary books that provide you with the best prep. Now, we need to talk about the process of getting words to stick in your head. Prefixes, suffixes and affixes, word formation worksheets ESL Lesson Plans & Resources for Kids Kiz School provides: Video Tutorials, PPT, Interactive Games & Quizzes, Printable PDF Worksheets & Flashcards, among others. You don't need to be a professional teacher to use our materials.It is an effective, affordable private and public teaching solution for parents and schools. English For Kids Free ESL for resources for kids are one of our best offers.
Say the Same Thing – TeachingGamesEFL.com – by Mike Astbury I first saw this video last year, but I was reminded of it at the weekend thanks to Lisko MacMillan who used it as part of her excellent session at the Teacher Training day in Torun. Watch the first minute or so to see the game in action: There’s not much to it: Count to three and say a word (any word at all) at the same time as your partner.Count to three again and try to say a word or phrase that is in the middle of the two different words you said.You repeat until you say the same thing. It’s a very simple game and it’s easy to demonstrate and to play with students. Play the game as above but students start the game using words from a lexical set, either as revision of something from a previous lesson or as a fun way to produce/drill some new language.
Topics for Debate in English This page lists suggested subjects that can be discussed to practise agreeing and disagreeing in English. Here are 20 topics to discuss with a friend or group. Practise agreeing and disagreeing even if you have to argue against something you actually believe in. 75 Simple British Slang Phrases You Should Probably Start Using Oh, the Brits. No-one can snark quite like they do, and there are certain turns of phrase that are so utterly delightful, the rest of the world really should sit up and take note. Below are just a few common British phrases that you might like to work into your daily vernacular, as they can pepper any conversation with a little extra something. Aggro: Aggressive/in someone’s face.