List of essay topics List of essay topics includes essays that helps you in learning English, especially writing and speaking: Note: There are approximately 1,000 essays in the list of essays; however there are many more essays especially recent published essays not in the list. You are recommended to use the google search box on the top of our site to fully search for the essay you want in the whole site of our own. With the google search box, you can find out the essay you are looking for easily and quickly. * Put the essay topic in the google search box to search for the essay. School:* Do you think that homework should be abolished? * The importance of examinations (uncategorized)* Examination day often makes many pupils worry. * School life is the most difficult time but it also keeps many joys for us. * What do you think of the use and abuse of private tuition? * What makes an ideal teacher: Give your opinion.* Talk about your teacher of English* My teacher (uncategorized) * "News travels fast".
A day in the life of a policeman / ESL Book Paul Williams is a policeman and he is very happy in his job. He thinks it's useful and interesting. He has been a policeman for ten years and now he's a sergeant, but he often thinks of his first two years in the force and laughs at some of the things that happened to him. For the first two years of his career a policeman is "on probation"; in other words, his superior officers watch his progress closely to see whether he's going to be a suitable police officer. After his first nine months in the force, Paul was thinking of giving up. He just couldn't get used to the hours he had to work: early turn from six till two, late turn from two till ten, or, worst of all, night shift from ten till six. Sergeant Hawkins gave Paul his orders last because the men were dealt with in alphabetical order. Sgt. Paul was told to wear civilian clothes so that he would not be noticed. At the end of each hour he phoned the police station to report to Sergeant Hawkins.
English e-books Topic-based reading lesson plans Reading lesson plans: AlcoholStudents complete a series of activities based on a text about alcohol.Reading lesson plans: AstrologyStudents complete a series of activities based on a text about astrology, including a jigsaw reading on Western and Chinese astology.Reading lesson plans: BambooStudents complete a series of activities based on a text about bamboo.Reading lesson plans: BankingJackie McAvoy asks students to think about banking.Reading lesson plans: BirdsongJackie McAvoy asks students to appreciate the dawn chorus.Reading lesson plans: BridgesStudents complete a series of activities based on a text about bridges.Reading lesson plans: CatsStudents complete a series of activities based on a text about cats.Reading lesson plans: CheatingStudents complete a series of activities based on a text about cheating.Reading lesson plans: ChocolateWith the festive season upon us, Jackie McAvoy asks students to think about chocolate - and lots of it!
Learning English with Michelle: Listening Welcome to the Listening Page If you want to improve your listening, you must listen to English as much and as often as you can. You need to surround yourself with the MUSIC of the English language. You need to do this without subtitles or captions or reading, just to get the feel of the English language. If you start right away with scripts and subtitles, you won't your listening skills, only your reading skills. It takes effort to improve something that is difficult, If you don't make the effort, you will not improve. Use subtitles, and scripts AFTER you start getting used to the "sound and rhythm" of English and begin to understand some of what you are listening to. At this point, English captions and scripts can help you build your vocabulary and other How to Practice Listening with Recorded Materials General Tips: Remember, you are NOT A COMPUTER. HOW TO LEARN ENGLISH In GENERAL expressing opinions, agreement, disagreement, refusing, delaying tactics etc, English Numbers. Complete Tests
English listening practice exercises - Sounds English Reading Comprehension Worksheets "Your reading comprehension materials are the best I've found on the web. They are so thorough and comprehensive! My students and I have learned a lot from them. Thanks so much!" Like these materials? On this page you will find our complete list of high quality reading comprehension worksheets created specially by our team for students in grade levels K-12. READTHEORYWorkbooks Visit our online store here! Our reading comprehension worksheets teach students to think critically, draw inferences, understand scope and global concepts, find or recall details, and infer the meaning of useful vocabulary words. © COPYRIGHT NOTICE: The below publications contain copyrighted work to be used by teachers in school or at home. Grade 1 - Find more here! Phew! You really really like reading comprehension. Critical Thinking Reading Comprehension Worksheets Short Story Reading Comprehension Worksheets Answers for this series are included at the end of each worksheet." Aren't fictional short stories fun!?
Humans of New York Present Perfect Simple Exercises on Present Perfect The present perfect simple expresses an action that is still going on or that stopped recently, but has an influence on the present. It puts emphasis on the result. Form of Present Perfect For irregular verbs, use the participle form (see list of irregular verbs, 3rd column). Exceptions in Spelling when Adding ‘ed’ Use of Present Perfect puts emphasis on the result Example: She has written five letters. Signal Words of Present Perfect already, ever, just, never, not yet, so far, till now, up to now Exercises on Present Perfect Tests on Present Perfect Present Perfect: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 Grammar in Texts „History of Snowboarding“ (highlight verbs in Present Perfect) Level: intermediate Comparison with other Tenses
English Short Stories, Stories in the Present Progressive Georgia is sitting in class. Her professor is standing in front of the room. He is talking. He is talking a lot. Georgia is finding the class a bit boring. In Georgia’s mind, she is doing something else. The stage lights are shining in her eyes. The music is changing. Soon, she is finishing her show. “Georgia?” “Georgia?” “Yes?” "Oh, yes, professor. Advanced Level Listening: How to Spot a Liar I noticed that some of you would like more realistic listening practice, so here's another Ted lecture for you to test your listening skills! How are your listening skills? Listening to long English lecture style listenings are an important ability. This lecture is about lying (the telling of lies, or false statements; not telling the truth). To answer the true or false questions below, you only need to listen to the first five minutes, but feel free to listen to the whole lecture and let us know what you think! Have you experienced listening to an English university style lecture? If you want to read a transcript, you can turn on the English text by clicking the small CC box at the bottom of the video. Decide the following statements are true or false: 1.
Magazine by Mike Rayner It's hardly surprising that weather is a favourite topic for so many people around the world - it affects where we choose to live, what we wear, our moods, and perhaps even our national characteristics. A sunny day can relieve the deepest depression, while extreme weather can destroy homes and threaten lives. The effects of weather Palm trees bent double in hurricane force winds, cars stranded in snow drifts, people navigating small boats down flooded city streets – images we are all familiar with from news reports of severe weather spells. But many of the effects of the weather are less newsworthy. ‘I’m feeling a bit under the weather’ is a common complaint in Britain, especially on Monday mornings, and it seems that weather really can be responsible for moods. What causes changes in the weather? If you live in a place like Britain, where the weather seems to change daily if not hourly, you could be forgiven for thinking that the weather is random. Extreme weather Glossary
Free graded readers for extensive reading | Teaching English Are you looking for free graded readers? Are you a learner of English? Do you want to read every day in English? Do you want to read simple books to improve your English? Do you have a Kindle reader but no books to read on it? This is the site for you. First Free graded reader – Fire on the Mountain Fire on the Mountain – Chapter 1 – elementary level. Fire on the Mountain – Chapter 2 – elementary level. Fire on the Mountain – Chapter 3 – elementary level. Fire on the Mountain – Chapter 4 – elementary level. Second Free graded reader – Sherlock Holmes – Silver Blaze Sherlock Holmes story – Silver Blaze – Pre-intermediate graded reader (4,000 words). Sherlock Holmes – Identity – free graded reader for preintermediate students. (3,800 words). Sherlock Holmes – Empty House – pre-intermediate level (4,100 words). Sherlock Holmes – Five Orange Pips – intermediate (4,200 words) Third Free graded reader – Short stories by Otakar Batlicka Live River – intermediate level (1,400 words).