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Memory Quiz

(Intermediate ESL level)


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Click the "Start" button; you will see a pop up window that shows a text for 2 seconds. Memorize this text.

Then click the "Answer" button to display the box where you will write this text. It does not matter if you write the text in caps or in lower case.

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Pen Pals for my Students: I am looking for an English speaker/group for my Russian students  by: Olga
Hello! I'm looking for an English native speaker (aged 7-20) or a group of students who are interested in exchanging letters in English. I'm an English teacher in Moscow region, Russia.
Pen Pals for my Students: English  by: Dorris
Hello! My students are Japanese learning English. I would like them to have a real experience conversing/exchanging emails with English speakers. Thank you. This is my email:
My English for your French   by: Krissi
Hi! I speak wonderful English but would LOVE to learn French. I am at the very, very early beginner's stage but would really like to learn from a native speaker. Thanks! Krissi
My Arabic for your English and Korean  by: Gummy. 7
Hi I'm interested to learning English and Korean and to exchange Arabic with you
My Arabic for your English  by: Mido Gismallah
I am Arabic language native and teacher. I want to teach you Arabic, and you teach me English.
Online Schools Looking For Tutors:  by: Richard Lee
Hi, we're looking for an English tutor that can teach English on Skype. Our lessons are 50 minutes long so you teach 10 minutes less than a full hour. You must be a native English speaker. Please let..
English Tutor: Online English Instruction for All   by: GERALD JOHNSON
Are you frustrated with your current pace of learning English? Visit my website ā€“ ā€“ and study with an instructor who has researched effective solutions to reducing the overall..
English Tutor: 16 Years of Experience in Downtown Vancouver (Canada)   by: Anthony Urrello
Do you like learning English in a friendly, relaxed, and supportive environment? I am a native English speaker and a full-time ESL tutor with 16 years of experience. I would be happy to help you in..
Re Confused Words: Words That English Learners Tend to Confuse   by: Antecedtly smith
Investigate these two sentences ā€“ 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..
Re: teaching esl to asian children (unmotivated students)  by: zombie5
Very good point. Works well in some demanding situations.
Re: Running an English Corner  by: zombie5
The history of, and love it or loath it parts need serious updating or correction. Speaking as someone who lived in Tianjin and Chengdu in 2016-17.
Being an excellent teacher is never easy. Mistakes are committed from time to time as you try to figure out what teaching style and class management technique works best for you. This is..
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 Iā€™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..
4 Reasons You Will Love Online Teaching  by: Janine
Studying online has been chosen by many people, both kids and adults, through the past years. It becomes more in demand, hence, needs more manpower. Therefore, many teachers, both by profession and..
New pronunciation game idea  by: ESL+games
I've just posted a new idea for a pronunciation game based on minimal pairs, haven't had a chance to try it out yet!
How to Multiply Fractions  by: Jen
How to Multiply Fractions If you have mastered adding and subtracting fractions, often multiplying fractions will seem a lot less complicated. Many of the steps feel similar, but much of the work..
Task 2 IELTS practice essays - Two Question Essays  by: IELTS Edits
Task 2 IELTS practice essays Two Question Essays 1. Nowadays we communicate less with our family members face to face. What are the causes of this ? What are some potential solutions ? 2. In many..
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..
About Flamenco Dancing  by: Debra Stein
Flamenco dancing is much more than a pattern of steps or a style of movement. It is defined by the emotional interpretation of music and song, and the influence of a culture that shaped its form...
Re Trump scared of UK state visit  by: expat hubby
Very good reply!
Re Community Spirit in the PRC  by: expat hubby
Pathetic lives? Not the way they see their lives! Do not judge, lest you be judged.
Wot a Struggle!  by: expat hubby
BJ is a wanker!
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