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Inspired by the recent World Cup, here is a soccer vocabulary lesson, featuring a briefing (glossary), and two activities. 40 words are covered. Students can do it on their phones or laptops as self-study or teachers could use it with their smartboards in class.
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Sometimes I put together short MCQ quizzes of five or six questions for my own students to practise various topics with them. I'd like t...
In English writing, repetition is considered to be a bad style. Look at the following example: Bad: We look forward to your participat...
I've finished and uploaded a conversation worksheet on the topic of Globalization. This worksheet would be suitable for upper-intermed...
The CEFR Levels are a way of describing a person’s level of English. They are getting more and more popular all the time. There are six...
If you've never tried a Rebus Puzzle before, it's a play on words presented as a picture. Here are some examples: ...