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Verb To be worksheet -- Azzeddine Tamlakoutan
Hi colleagues! This is gonna be my first participation with you on this forum. I offer you a recently designed worksheet I designed and published on my blog. Feel free to download it.

Re: Color and Spell - Part 1, letters A to F (103 pages): Teach Your Child To Spell -- A/RAZIG
color spell in D DEAR IS NOT AN ANIMAL;DEER IS THE CORRECT SPELLING

ESL English Lesson: New cyber curriculum to be taught to British teens -- 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? -- 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, ...

ESL English Lesson: Fake news – Why is it happening? -- D.J. Robinson
Today, we will discuss fake news. Why is it happening? Why are people creating fake news? Have they got nothing better to do? To clarify, fake news is the deliberate spread of misinformation. It is a ...

ESL English Lesson: NFE CHRISTMAS QUIZ - DECEMBER 2016 -- D.J. Robinson
Round 1 – Classic Christmas Music Round 2 – Santa Round 3 – International Xmas Round 4 – Christmas General Round 5 – More Classic Christmas Music Round 6 – The Nativity Story Round 7 – ...

ESL English Lesson: What is Christmas today? -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about Christmas. What is it? Whyis it? How do we celebrate it? What does it mean to you? Also how has it changed over the years? Some interesting questions for you to mull ...

ESL English Lesson: Meals children should be able to cook by the time they are 11 -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about meals that children should be able to cook by the time they are 11. These include scrambled egg on toast, cheese on toast, sausage and mash, as well as porridge. There are ...

ESL English Lesson: Good Housekeeping -- D.J. Robinson
Today let’s talk about good housekeeping. These are the little jobs that need to be done around the house and garden once a year, every few months, or on a more regular basis. The windows in your ...

ESL English Lesson: First mass extinction of wildlife expected since dinosaurs -- D.J. Robinson
The world is on the verge of the first ‘mass extinction’ since the age of dinosaurs. Species under threat include: elephants, tigers, gorillas and giant pandas. The reasons for the decline ...

ESL English Lesson: Remember Remember the Fifth of November -- D.J. Robinson
Today, we are going to talk about Guy Fawkes’ Night, or Bonfire Night. The event is held every year in the United Kingdom, on the evening of the fifth of November. The annual commemoration is to ...

ESL English Lesson: Many under 35s in the UK can’t do basic DIY skills -- D.J. Robinson
Recently, a survey conducted by UK store Poundland, uncovered the fact that many young people, under 35, don’t have key life skills. For example, a third of young adults, don’t know how to change ...

ESL English Lesson: Killer Clown Craze - Why? -- D.J. Robinson
Something very strange and disturbing is happening right now, around the world. We are suddenly seeing people dressed up as killer clowns. They are appearing in strange places. It’s scary and ...

ESL English Lesson: Halloween -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about Halloween. It occurs once a year on the night of the 31st October. It’s the most likely time you’ll see people dressed up as witches, ghosts, skeletons, monsters, ...

ESL English Lesson: Fancy a cuppa British grown tea? -- D.J. Robinson
Fancy a cuppa British grown tea? You might say they don’t have tea plantations in Britain. Surprisingly, yes they do. British tea is now grown in Scotland and Cornwall, and what’s more, it’s a ...

ESL English Lesson: New Words in Oxford Dictionary -- D.J. Robinson
Today, we are going to look at some of the 1,000 or so new words that have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary in their September quarterly update for 2016. Ones to watch out for are ...

ESL English Lesson: New British notes and coins -- D.J. Robinson
Britain has a new £5 note. The Bank of England released the new polymer plastic £5 bank note into general circulation in England and Wales** on Tuesday. It marks the start of several big changes ...

ESL English Lesson: Would you buy the iPhone 7 or the Samsung Note 7? -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about the iPhone 7 and the Samsung Note 7. Both have hit the headlines recently, ironically, for different reasons. Apple has unveiled the new iPhone 7. It’s a waterproof ...

ESL English Lesson: Singapore is expats’ top place to live in 2016 -- D.J. Robinson
For the second year running, Singapore has been voted the top place for expats’ to live and work in 2016. The country topped the list of countries, in HSBC’s ninth annual Expat Explorer survey. ...

ESL English Lesson: English regional accents to die out – urban accents to increase -- D.J. Robinson
A report analysing language trends from the past 50 years has been published by dialect coach, Brendan Gunn, and Dr Dominic Watt of York University, who is a sociolinguistic expert. The two looked at ...

ESL English Lesson: Back to School! -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about going back-to-school. It is September and the school holidays have now finished. It is time to start a new term. This could be at school, university or college, at language ...

ESL English Lesson: Autumn -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about autumn. What exactly is autumn? It is a season that follows summer and is before winter. Autumn starts in Britain on the 23rd September. It is on this day that daylight and ...

ESL English Lesson: Summer in Europe -- D.J. Robinson
Today let’s talk about summer. For some, it’s the best time of year. For schoolchildren, summer is the time of long school holidays. It’s also when many families go on their summer holidays. ...

ESL English Lesson: UK votes to leave EU -- D.J. Robinson
The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. The historic vote took place on the 23rd June 2016. The result was that 48.1% of voters chose to remain in the EU while 51.9% chose to leave. ...

ESL English Lesson: Orlando shootings -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about the terrible shootings that took place recently at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. More than 50 innocent people were killed with 53 others wounded. The terrorist attack ...

ESL English Lesson: British Astronaut returns to Earth -- D.J. Robinson
Recently, British astronaut Tim Peake returned to earth from the International Space Station (ISS). His journey back to earth was with two other spacemen on board a Soyuz space capsule that travelled ...

ESL English Lesson: Food scandal in Eastern Europe – lower quality than West Europe -- D.J. Robinson
Recently a friend suggested I write an English lesson about inferior food being sold in Central and Eastern Europe. In other words products of lower quality, or the same product - but the contents ...

ESL English Lesson: Celebrating May Day in Britain -- D.J. Robinson
May Day traditions in Britain include Morris dancing, the crowning of the May Queen and Maypole dancing. Morris dancers normally perform on May Day. These are men wearing folk costumes and bell pads ...

ESL English Lesson: The Rise of the Drone -- D.J. Robinson
Today, we are going to talk about drones. What exactly is a drone? It is a small helicopter-like device that can fly by remote control. There are many sorts of drone including quadcopters, miniquads, ...

ESL English Lesson: The Most Corrupt Countries -- D.J. Robinson
British Prime Minister David Cameron was recently caught on camera at Buckingham Palace in London telling The Queen that the leaders of some “fantastically corrupt countries” were coming to ...

ESL English Lesson: Leicester City win Premier League -- D.J. Robinson
In what has been described as one of the most astonishing triumphs in British football history Leicester City have beaten the odds of 5000-1 to win this year’s Premier League football tournament. ...

ESL English Lesson: Will Donald Trump or Hilary Clinton be the next American president? -- D.J. Robinson
Will Donald Trump or Hilary Clinton be the next American president? It’s an interesting question that’s got a lot of Americans talking! It looks like billionaire Trump will be the Republican ...

ESL English Lesson: Should cafes in the UK have toilets in them? -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about whether cafes in the UK should have toilets in them. Well, should they? I discovered that this is actually a wonderful topic to debate. Yes, really! After all, we all need ...

ESL English Lesson: Countdown to Brexit vote -- D.J. Robinson
The referendum vote in the UK on whether the UK should leave or remain in the European Union is edging closer. The outcome is still too close to call, as it is still 50/50 as to what the result will ...

ESL English Lesson: Illegal immigrants quietly slip into UK highlights coastline shambles -- D.J. Robinson
Recently the UK woke up to news reports that Britain is defenceless to stop a new wave of illegal immigrants entering the UK. They are doing so by quietly slipping in to small harbours that are ...

ESL English Lesson: Euro 2016 -- D.J. Robinson
Today, we are going to talk about Euro 2016. The football tournament will kick off at the Stade de France on June 10 when France play Albania. England will face Russia, Slovakia and Wales in Group B. ...

ESL English Lesson: St. George’s Day -- D.J. Robinson
Who is the patron saint of England? It is St. George. English people celebrate St. George’s Day every year on April 23rd. It has to be said though that unlike the Scottish and Irish, who celebrate ...

ESL English Lesson: Getting ready for the 2016 London Marathon -- D.J. Robinson
This year’s London Marathon takes place on Sunday April 24. The runners who are taking part are currently gearing themselves up ready to take on the gruelling 26.218 mile race, for what will no ...

ESL English Lesson: Tesla launches new electric car -- D.J. Robinson
Recently popular luxury electric carmaker Tesla Motors revealed to the world its much anticipated Tesla Model 3. The new prototype electric car was unveiled by Tesla CEO Elon Musk at Tesla’s Los ...

ESL English Lesson: April Fools’ Day -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about April Fools’ Day. Known also as All Fools’ Day it is celebrated on the morning of the 1st April when practical jokes and hoaxes are played on people. The victims are ...

ESL English Lesson: Easter Traditions -- D.J. Robinson
Today let’s talk about Easter traditions. Every Christian country and region has its own. In this lesson we will look at a few of them. Most people associate Easter with Easter eggs, Easter bunnies ...

ESL English Lesson: The UK’s Top Tourist Attractions -- D.J. Robinson
Today let’s talk about the UKs top tourist attractions. Top of the list is the British Museum (6.8m) in London. This is followed by the National Gallery (5.9m). In third place is the Natural ...

ESL English Lesson: 21st Century Slavery -- D.J. Robinson
It may surprise you but today there are thousands of people around the world stuck in modern day slavery. It is a scandal that many governments are failing to tackle. You might be thinking slavery ...

ESL English Lesson: Migration crisis in Europe at breaking point -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about the migration crisis in Europe. The EU leaders in Brussels have failed to solve the situation. It is now out of control. In fact, in Greece it is at breaking point. East ...

ESL English Lesson: February 29 -- D.J. Robinson
Today, we are going to talk about February 29. The extra day occurs ordinarily once every four years. It is called a Leap Day and is added to the calendar. When there is a leap year there are 366 ...

ESL English Lesson: Would you like to live and work in Antarctica? -- D.J. Robinson
Recently four jobs were advertised to work in the British post office in Antarctica. More than 50 people applied for them. The jobs at Port Lockroy in British Antarctica Territory offer a monthly ...

ESL English Lesson: Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union? -- D.J. Robinson
Today, the question is: Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union? During the 2015 General Election British Prime Minister David Cameron promised ...

ESL English Lesson: Valentine's Day! -- D.J. Robinson
Today let’s talk about Valentine’s Day! In case you didn’t know it is on February 14th. It is celebrated in many countries around the world. These days it is pretty commercial. Known also as St ...

ESL English Lesson: Blogger saves £7.72 on train fare from Sheffield to Essex by flying via Berlin -- D.J. Robinson
Recently, teenage blogger Jordon Cox decided to do a return journey from Shenfield in Essex to Sheffield in northern England. Cox, 18, managed to book himself a cheap £19 ticket for the journey ...

ESL English Lesson: DeLoreans to come back to the future and be rebuilt! -- D.J. Robinson
Great Scott Marty! DeLoreans are coming back to the future to be rebuilt! The famous DeLorean sports car made famous by the movie franchise Back to the Future is set to go back into production more ...

ESL English Lesson: Where to retire? -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about where we might like to retire to. There are many thoughts on this subject, which this lesson will hopefully explore. Most of us look forward to the day when we can sit back ...

ESL English Lesson: Student Uniforms -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about student uniforms - what students wear to school, college or university. Depending on the country you live in and its habits may determine whether students wear a uniform or ...

ESL English Lesson: The Stock Market Crash -- D.J. Robinson
Fear is what has been driving stock markets to crash recently. Why? Because of plunging oil prices and China’s falling economy. Saudi Arabia is determined to control the world’s oil prices so ...

ESL English Lesson: Remembering David Bowie -- D.J. Robinson
Today let’s talk about music legend David Bowie. The singer died in New York on the 10th January 2016 at the age of 69 following an 18 month battle with liver cancer. Bowie had kept his illness a ...

ESL English Lesson: Great British Inventions -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about great British inventions. There are many. We will look at a few of them. The jet engine was invented by a chap called Frank Whittle from Coventry. He was a fighter pilot. ...

ESL English Lesson: Office Attire -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about office attire. What should we wear in an office that is suitable? In today’s world there are several possible answers. Men are normally expected to wear a suit, a shirt, a ...

ESL English Lesson: Remembering 2015 -- D.J. Robinson
In today’s English lesson we will look back at 2015. We will talk about some of the things that happened in the world during 2015. The ongoing war in Syria dominated the news headlines in 2015. ...

ESL English Lesson: English Words of the Year 2015 -- D.J. Robinson
Today we will look at the English words of the year 2015, as noted by the Collins English Dictionary. These are the words and phrases in the UK that Lexicographers have noticed a significant rise in ...

ESL English Lesson: Christmas Markets in Europe -- D.J. Robinson
Today, let’s talk about Christmas markets in Europe. Probably the most popular destination for tourists seeking Christmas markets is Germany. Cities hosting them include Cologne, Nuremburg and ...

ESL English Lesson: NFE CHRISTMAS QUIZ - DECEMBER 2015 -- D.J. Robinson
Score 10 points for every correct answer – Score 5 points if half right! Play a JOKER in one round and get DOUBLE points in that round. Show it before you start the round. There are 12 rounds with ...

General IELTS - Letter Writing -- IELTS Edits
Each letter has a main purpose or reason for writing the letter and these can be divided into a number of categories: Thanking someone, Complaining about someone or something, Apologizing about ...
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