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English - Speaking"When you want to convert someone to your view, you go over to where he is standing, take him by the hand (mentally speaking), and guide him. You don't stand across the room and shout at him; you don't call him a dummy; you don't order him to come over to where you are. You start where he is, and work from that position. That's the only way to get him to budge." Teach Speaking MIT Open Courseware / Isaiah WonHo Yoo Teach Speaking Gerard M. Testing Speaking Testing iteslj.org Testing TEFL China SPEAKING ACTIVITIES Get `em talking Activities sasked.gov.sk.ca Campfire Skits Rick Seymour Storytelling in the Classroom Heather Forest Conversation Topics Topics Internet TESL Journal Topics Alicia Delahunty Topics John & Sarah´s TEFL Pitstop Topics Jeremy Hart Topics Elek Máthé Topics Proust Questionnaire English P.
EFL/ESL speaking lessons - Expressing obligation in EnglishExpressing obligation When it is necessary or obligatory to do something, you express obligation. Obligation in the present: I have to finish my work before this evening. I have got to learn English if I want to live in the USA. I must see the doctor soon because I don't feel well. It is obligatory that I stop when the traffic light turn red. Things to remember: 1.The difference between "Have to" and "must" is that "have to"indicates that someone else has imposed conditions on us. 2. Dialogue: