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English Learning Tips For Students  · See all 1114 posts ·
Re Confused Words: Words That English Learners Tend to Confuse   by: Antecedtly smith
Investigate these two sentences – one of them contains an error: I poured over book after book. We pored over the catalogues. Is it accurate to say that you are questionable which one is correct?..
Learning Tips: Are you ready to study an advanced English course online?   by: Dr Norman
Studying at an advanced level online requires you to consider: 1. If your English is at the right level and you are ready to study; 2. Your goals for improvement; and 3. Your learning style and level..
Learning Tips: Learning English vocabulary efficiently and effectively   by: Dr Norman
There are two basic principles for learning vocabulary efficiently and effectively. 1. Seeing and hearing words in use The more real English that you see and hear on a daily basis, the more your..
Learning Tips: Tips for effectively learning grammar   by: Dr Norman
You can learn to use grammar easily and correctly in your everyday speaking and writing by using the most powerful techniques. These techniques come from 2 main approaches to teaching and learning..
Re Learning English Pronunciation Tips   by: Dr Norman
Here are the video links to the pronunciation videos below! They should work now! For the video on consonant production, go to https://youtu.be/yCaoI2oxEfo For the video on vowel production, go to..
Language Exchange  · See all 380 posts ·
Pen Pals: Help me learn more in English Language  by: Retchelyn
Greetings! I am Retchelyn from Philippines, 32 yrs of age currently working. I am hoping that i could find someone from here to talk with to share knowledge and information in order for me to develop..
My Arabic for your English  by: Ahmed
My Arabic for Your english
Pen Pals for my Students: English, students 8-11  by: Jina
Greetings from S. Korea! I am an English teacher. I am looking for pen pals from other countries for my elementary school students aged around 8-11. Hope to hear from somewhere!
Pen Pals for my Students: age 17-20  by: Miss Zineb
Greetings everyone. I am an English teacher from Morocco. I am looking for pen-pals for my students aged (17-20) to improve their English and make new friends from a different culture. I am looking..
Tutors  · See all 2750 posts ·
Online Schools Looking For Tutors: We are looking for Native English speaker - US or Canadian accent (mandatory)  by: Liquid Language
Apply here: https://www.liquidlang.com/application-for-online-teaching-jobs.html Who we are: Liquid Language is a young language school that provides Online English Classes through video conference..
Teachers Looking for Online JOBS: We can provide you with Online Native English teachers for your students  by: English-Classonline
We are English-Classonline; an online English school specialized in teaching different Educational programs to ESL learners throughout the world at affordable prices. We offer high quality..
English Tutor: Online English tutoring  by: Mike
I'm a native English speaker from the UK, now living in China. I focus on helping you to improve your spoken English. I have experience in universities and colleges teaching business English, and in..
Free Printable Lessons for English Teachers  · See all 1529 posts ·
ESL English Lesson: New cyber curriculum to be taught to British teens  by: D.J. Robinson
Thousands of British teenagers are to be taught a new cyber curriculum. Training will be given in cyber security. The idea being, that it will help boost British defences against the rising threat of..
ESL English Lesson: Who will replace the EU immigrant workers after Britain leaves the EU?  by: D.J. Robinson
Who will replace the EU immigrant workers after Britain leaves the EU? It’s an interesting question that many in the UK and Europe are now asking themselves. Who will work on the farms, factories,..
Articles for Teachers  · See all 2290 posts ·
6 COMMON MYTHS ABOUT TEACHING ENGLISH  by: Gab
Every job has its own facts and misconceptions and teaching ESL is no exception. Here are some of the common myths about teaching English. Myth # 1: Teaching is easy and anyone can do it Teaching in..
Teaching and living in China 2017  by: Bob
Teaching and living in China I’m an educated English teacher. I started teaching English in China last year. What you read here are facts, not based on any kind of opinion. 1. Chinese people spit..
Short Stories for Teachers  · See all 1480 posts ·
The History of Parachute Pants  by: Bettina Palileo
Parachute pants are characterized by their material. Just like actual parachutes, they are made of nylon, allowing them to be lightweight and durable. The crotch is low and pockets and zippers adorn..
About The History of Birthday Candles  by: Peggy Epstein
When the iced and decorated cake is brought to the table at a birthday party, it's ablaze with candles. A longstanding tradition, the lighting of birthday candles is said to have started with the..
ESL Discussion Forum  · See all 36094 posts ·
Re MGTOW  by: foxy
Pathetic! A load of shite, as you say.
Re MGTOW  by: foxy
You haven't responded. No surprise! You have slithered slowly into the long grass to lick your wounds. Those across the pond won't support you. You're on your own. Do what Turnoi has told you to do...
School and Recruiter Reviews  · See all 20187 posts ·
Re Welcome to Changshu International School (Changshu city, Suzhou) The armpit of Hell  by: I know better - in this case
LOL...the post you are replying to is a wind-up written by a real native speaker. Far too obvious. You were caught in a trap. If this is a sample of the English being taught at your..
Re: Clifford School in Guangzhou, China  by: Another Willie
You really should try rat meat. I heard that it is likely to strengthen efforts in MWGTism, lol. I've never tried it. I don't want to try it!
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