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- My Chinese for your English by: Mandy
I am a Chinese and i want find a native speaker for practice English and i can teach Chinese .my wechat is 379325686 and skype is firstname.lastname@example.org
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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
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- How to teach GERUND (PPP Model) by: Mary
I want to write up a lesson plan in PPP model but am not sure how to. I am drawing blank when it comes to the gerund. I would need a good warmer idea to set the theme for the lesson. then I would..
- Re: ESL student newspaper by: Yanni Zack
Casey, Congratulations on wanting the students to develop an ESL Newspaper. Here is my suggestion: Determine what the interests are for your ESL Students regarding the different roles in the..
- Re: Taking minutes & writing reports by: Yanni Zack
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- How to Multiply Fractions by: Jen
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- About Flamenco Dancing by: Debra Stein
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- Re Provinces that don't require a 4 year degree? by: Foxy
I'm not 'flaunting' anything, nor do I consider myself a 'high flyer' as you put it. The ONLY reason that I am still in China is because I signed a 2-year contract with my school. Once that contract..
- Re unnecessary information by: Foxy
Thanks for the tips on writing etiquette. Next time try soaking the raisins in rum before putting them into your Welsh Cakes, soaking them in vodka obviously has a tendency to cause people to write..
- Re Provinces that don't require a 4 year degree? by: Rudi
That hits the nail on the head. Isn't it ironic that those who are the most eager to stay in China, may be the least qualified to do so?
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