Source: Learn English with Emma
Below is a vocabulary quiz item for FACE words on Agenda Web’s website’s vocabulary exercises page. You can also learn and improve your grammar, reading, pronunciation and other skills using this site’s free, interactive content.
If you like this site, please share it with your friends and classmates!
Help your students develop their phonemic awareness and speaking skills using the free, downloadable minimal pair worksheets on this site. The My English Image‘s site offers far more than mere images for ESOL teachers, as is evident from the page below and attached. Please open this page’s source link to see other pronunciation worksheets.
Download P-F Worksheet (PDF) :p-vs-f
Original Page Source Link: http://myenglishimages.com/pronunciation/
English language learners: Have FUN while you learn from this site’s interactive games and activities using real-life situations. If you like this English in Life site, please share it with your friends!
Children and Teens: You can learn how to talk about interesting topics with your friends in English from the videos in a new website, called Learn English-Speak English Fluently. It offers free, 15-minute videos every day and the words are pronounced slowly and clearly. The new vocabulary words are explained when spoken, displayed on the screen, and reviewed often. Adults may like these videos for this reason, even though the lessons are for young people.
The video below is about hiking and nature, and introduces the following vocabulary words: gate (noun), hike (verb), waterfall [falls] (noun), trail (noun), view (noun).
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This is one of the best international continuing education sites I’ve seen for English language teachers. If you agree, please consider sharing this site with your colleagues.
ESLgo.com offers the following on-line grammar and vocabulary classes for high-beginning English language learners. Please click on the links next to each class to begin your lesson. You can also find out more about the classes in general by clicking on the SOURCE link at the bottom of this post.
there is / there are – Grammar to describe a painting. 1. Study grammar: there is / there are. 2. Discuss art.
Correct Winky – Winky’s bad grammar from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. 1. Study grammar: subject/verb agreement. 2. Read and write messages on the forums.
My hobbies and interests – A brief self introduction. 1. Study grammar: present simple vs. present progressive. 2. Make friends on the Say Hi forum.
Richie and Nash – My cats (who are named Richie and Nash. 1. Study grammar: comparisons with adjectives. 2. Read and write messages about pets.
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