English Grammar in Use (app) English Grammar in Use Activities provides supplementary practice activities for the grammar points presented in the book of English Grammar in Use. Go further with grammar. A massive bundle of fun grammar activities with imagery and sound, written specially for intermediate learners of English. Editable PowerPoint Newspapers PowerPoint Template Views 925,852 Filed under Educational , Editor's pick, english, newspaper, resource, school We have just updated our popular editable PowerPoint newspapers. ESL Videos Welcome to EnglishClub ESL Videos, where you’ll find a growing collection of short films and video clips, some with subtitles, quizzes and classroom materials. Learning English Video ProjectWith subtitles and classroom materials. A unique 7-part series of documentary films about people learning English in different countries around the world.
The Elephant's Child From the Just So Stories of Rudyard Kipling Download the audio story here. The young elephant hero is full of questions. Why is his tall uncle the giraffe so spotty? Why are the eyes of his broad aunt the hippopotamus so red? 21 Writing Prompts for Setting a Scene in Your Novel When you’re writing (or rewriting) a scene, do you ever get the feeling you just don’t have enough to say? Sure, there’s the action–but what about all the extra bits meant to flesh out your story? While I don’t encourage overwriting for the sake of word count, meaningful details can help you establish setting and atmosphere. Last week, I sat down with John Banville’s Booker Prize winning novel, The Sea–a book that features prose I admire–and took careful notes about how the author managed to effectively set certain scenes.
All folktales - stories for children from around the world! The Arabian Nights /One Thousand and One Nights/ Notes: This book holds some of the folktales form the Arabian Nights Entertainments. Selected and edited by Andrew Lang, these folktales are slmplified and shortened, making them more suitable for children. Author: Anonymous Editor: Andrew Lang Published: 1918 Publisher: Longmans, Green and Co 1.Momotaro or Little Peachling
Be a better writer in 15 minutes: 4 TED-Ed lessons on grammar and word choice There’s no denying it — the English language can be mighty tricky. When writing a paper, a novel or even an e-mail, you might look at a sentence you just wrote and think, “Is that comma supposed to be there?” or “Is that really the best word to use?” Fear not! TED-Ed has put together a list of four of our favorite grammar and language lessons to get your next piece of writing in tip-top shape.
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