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Free Online Time Games - Telling the time

Free Online Time Games - Telling the time
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cry Coherence: Transitions between Ideas "There is" or "There are" Use "there is" for one item. (singular nouns) Use "there is" for non-count items. (non-count nouns) Use "there are" for many items. (plural nouns) Read the sentence, decide on the answer, then click the answer button to see the correct answer. There many animals in the zoo. Copyright (C) 1998 by Kaye Mastin MalloryThis quiz is part of the HTML-Only Self-Study Quizzes which is part of Activities for ESL Students, a project by The Internet TESL Journal.

Prepositions of time Form Time Ideas STEP 1 : Apprenez les moments de la journée. Exercice 1 : Regardez cette vidéo. Répétez les phrases à haute voix. Exercice 2 : Ecoutez et déplacez le mot sur l'image qui convient. Si c'est correct, l'image s'efface. STEP 2 : 5 expressions essentielles pour se saluer et se dire au revoir (le son fonctionne avec Internet Explorer et Google Chrome) Cliquez sur les icônes, écoutez et répétez plusieurs fois, puis faites les exercices qui suivent. STEP 3 : Vérifiez ce que vous avez appris avec ce quiz en 6 questions STEP 4 : Une autre vérification... STEP 5 : Une vidéo sous forme de sketch pour apprendre d'autres salutations simples Pensez à répéter ces expressions. STEP 6 : Apprenez à adapter vos salutations aux personnes rencontrées Quiz 1 : Associez le son et la situation. STEP 7 : Autres salutations et phrases utiles. STEP 8 : Apprenez les formules de politesse Quiz 1 : Associez le son et la situation. STEP 11 : Comment répondrez-vous à la question "How are you ?"

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