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Memory Quiz

(Intermediate ESL level)

 

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Website: Chinese-English language exchange  by: Kerisa
Hello everyone, *Disclaimer - š I'm not a company, not trying to sell you anything. I'm just a language learner like who would like to create free a language learning environment for myself and all*..
My Native Spanish for you Native Brasilian Portuguese  by: Alex
Hola soy Alex de Peru. Estoy comenzando a aprender Portugues y quisera poder practicarlo con personas de Brasil. A cambio yo les puedo ayudar a aprender Español. PS: I also speak English fluently.
My German for your English  by: marco
Marco Hi am looking for people who want talk to me in english! I am native german speaker, maybe we can help us each other? My skype id is bayrhub01 See you:-)
My Portuguese for your English  by: Celso Dos Santos
Hi there! This is Celso from Angola, a nice, Nice to meet you here! Hope we can be language-exchange partners and also friends by learning and chatting with each other! We'll..
My Chinese for your English  by: ashley
Hi there! This is Ashley from China, a nice, patient and fun girl! Nice to meet you here! Hope we can be language-exchange partners and also friends by learning and chatting with each other! We'll..
I need pen pals from around the world  by: Peters Annie
I am an African working in China. I would like to have pen pals from around the world.
I'm looking for penpals (Aged 10 to 15) to my students  by: Ingrid
Hello Colleagues I am Ingrid . I have been teaching English for 28 tears and now I am working with students who really want to improve their English skills for this reason I´m looking for penpals..
to make friends with you!  by: Retchelyn Pabatao
Greetings to everyone! I am Retchelyn D. Pabatao, 28 yrs old, currently working here in our town of Nasipit, from Philippines. I am not good in English so i am hoping thru this i could be good in..
Pen-Pals from rural Japan & Philippines  by: Dave Orchard
Konnichiwa!/Good day! I am an older man living with his family in inland Washington state, USA, in a very rural area where our nearest neighbors are bears, mtn.lions,coyotes, bobcats, deer snowshoe..
Would like a Burmese speaking penpal for one of my students  by: Elayne
Hi, I am an ESL teacher in Canada and I would like a Burmese speaking penpal for one of my students. English would be preferred and my student would like to speak or write to someone who has an..
Business English: Also, General English and Exam English  by: Speak my English
Learn to speak fluent English on-line with a native British English qualified TEFL tutor. With Speak my English you can study English on-line, at a time to suit you, in the comfort of your own home..
Online Schools Looking For Tutors: 12 USD a hour  by: Skype 1 to 1 teaching for 10 yrs old and above
Skype ESL Online teaching from 18:00 to 23:00 (Beijing time) Requirements: *Have stable wired network and laptop or desktop computer *Native English Speaker from USA or Canada *One to one teaching..
Other Languages: Hindi - Indian language (Online) tutor  by: Mukund Chaskar
Namaste / Hi, You are Welcome to learn / improve Hindi (Indian language) skills. Teaching is my passion. I have been teaching online professionally / voluntarily for seven years. Learn from a native..
New Words: Spoiler  by: rem
When someone reveals a previously unknown aspect of something which you likely would have rather learned on your own. *discussions of art media such as video games, movies, etc. especially..
New Words: What Google means?  by: rem
Have you ever asked somebody what Google means? You'll probably get the answer that Google is a search engine. Actually, the term "Google" is a verb or a noun? Let me explain why I said..
New Words: What's a selfie   by: brett
Selfie: A picture taken of yourself that is planned to be uploaded to Facebook, Myspace or any other sort of social networking website. You can usually see the person's arm holding out the camera in..
What does it mean to be a "creative teacher"?  by: Turnoi
First of all, be clear of what being a creative teacher entails: 1. Be creative in your lesson planning. 2. Be creative in preparing your activities for class. 3. Be creative in implementing in class..
How to be a creative teacher?  by: Nada Pal
Hello Ian Nada and Im studying English and I will be teacher I just want to know how can I be an creative teacher thank you
Tips to Create New Teaching Activities  by: Ivana
Are you a teacher? Are your class activities starting to bore you? Do you feel like your students need more encouragement during your lessons? If your answer to any of these questions was “yes”,..
How To Use Technology In The ESL Classroom  by: Alex Barboza
Teaching English as a second language doesn’t have to be difficult at all. With the invention of modern technological facilities, life has been made much easier for language instructors. In the..
ATTENTION FOREIGN TEACHERS: Is Oral English is the Least Important Class ? !...  by: American Outlander
Of course I've known all along that Oral English is considered not a real academic subject in public unis, but recently in the run up to the TEM4 exam the students went into a general slump in regard..
Latex balloon allergies and school kids  by: Jon Dorsey
Latex allergies are a serious problem for many people including school kids. Latex balloon allergies are caused by the powder in and outside of latex balloons. This powder picks up the latex..
ESL English Lesson: Saudi driving ban for women  by: David Robinson
Today let’s talk about women not being allowed to drive a car in Saudi Arabia. Can you imagine a woman in your country not being allowed to drive a car simply because she is a woman? It’s hard to..
ESL English Lesson: Noisy and disruptive neighbours!  by: David Robinson
Today let’s talk about noisy neighbours! They can be very annoying. It can be loud music blasting out. Someone could hold a party. In this instance it is better they invite their neighbours. If you..
How to make a grammar lesson great  by: Ramya Raju
The one thing we learned as trainee English teachers was that any point of time you are dealing with several syllabi – the prescribed one, the version of the prescribed one that you customize for..
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 Watching the English - new edition  by: Turnoi, the Only One and Real Turnoi
Watch the English eating Yorkshire pudding or fish and chips - you can learn quite a lot from them!....LOL
Re Teachers Students relations OK?   by: psf
Tutoring one to one is the best way to learn English!
Watching the English - new edition  by: cunning linguist
The UK’s Daily Mail newspaper has an article - really a promotional piece - for the new edition of Kate Fox’s highly entertaining book. As the article has been penned by social anthropologist..
I need pen pals from around the world  by: Peters Annie
I am an African working in China. I would like to have pen pals from around the world.
I'm looking for penpals (Aged 10 to 15) to my students  by: Ingrid
Hello Colleagues I am Ingrid . I have been teaching English for 28 tears and now I am working with students who really want to improve their English skills for this reason I´m looking for penpals..
to make friends with you!  by: Retchelyn Pabatao
Greetings to everyone! I am Retchelyn D. Pabatao, 28 yrs old, currently working here in our town of Nasipit, from Philippines. I am not good in English so i am hoping thru this i could be good in..
Pen-Pals from rural Japan & Philippines  by: Dave Orchard
Konnichiwa!/Good day! I am an older man living with his family in inland Washington state, USA, in a very rural area where our nearest neighbors are bears, mtn.lions,coyotes, bobcats, deer snowshoe..
Would like a Burmese speaking penpal for one of my students  by: Elayne
Hi, I am an ESL teacher in Canada and I would like a Burmese speaking penpal for one of my students. English would be preferred and my student would like to speak or write to someone who has an..
Website: Chinese-English language exchange  by: Kerisa
Hello everyone, *Disclaimer - š I'm not a company, not trying to sell you anything. I'm just a language learner like who would like to create free a language learning environment for myself and all*..
My Native Spanish for you Native Brasilian Portuguese  by: Alex
Hola soy Alex de Peru. Estoy comenzando a aprender Portugues y quisera poder practicarlo con personas de Brasil. A cambio yo les puedo ayudar a aprender Español. PS: I also speak English fluently.
My German for your English  by: marco
Marco Hi am looking for people who want talk to me in english! I am native german speaker, maybe we can help us each other? My skype id is bayrhub01 See you:-)
My Portuguese for your English  by: Celso Dos Santos
Hi there! This is Celso from Angola, a nice, Nice to meet you here! Hope we can be language-exchange partners and also friends by learning and chatting with each other! We'll..
My Chinese for your English  by: ashley
Hi there! This is Ashley from China, a nice, patient and fun girl! Nice to meet you here! Hope we can be language-exchange partners and also friends by learning and chatting with each other! We'll..
New Words: Spoiler  by: rem
When someone reveals a previously unknown aspect of something which you likely would have rather learned on your own. *discussions of art media such as video games, movies, etc. especially..
New Words: What Google means?  by: rem
Have you ever asked somebody what Google means? You'll probably get the answer that Google is a search engine. Actually, the term "Google" is a verb or a noun? Let me explain why I said..
New Words: What's a selfie   by: brett
Selfie: A picture taken of yourself that is planned to be uploaded to Facebook, Myspace or any other sort of social networking website. You can usually see the person's arm holding out the camera in..
What does it mean to be a "creative teacher"?  by: Turnoi
First of all, be clear of what being a creative teacher entails: 1. Be creative in your lesson planning. 2. Be creative in preparing your activities for class. 3. Be creative in implementing in class..
How to be a creative teacher?  by: Nada Pal
Hello Ian Nada and Im studying English and I will be teacher I just want to know how can I be an creative teacher thank you
Tips to Create New Teaching Activities  by: Ivana
Are you a teacher? Are your class activities starting to bore you? Do you feel like your students need more encouragement during your lessons? If your answer to any of these questions was “yes”,..
How To Use Technology In The ESL Classroom  by: Alex Barboza
Teaching English as a second language doesn’t have to be difficult at all. With the invention of modern technological facilities, life has been made much easier for language instructors. In the..
ATTENTION FOREIGN TEACHERS: Is Oral English is the Least Important Class ? !...  by: American Outlander
Of course I've known all along that Oral English is considered not a real academic subject in public unis, but recently in the run up to the TEM4 exam the students went into a general slump in regard..
Latex balloon allergies and school kids  by: Jon Dorsey
Latex allergies are a serious problem for many people including school kids. Latex balloon allergies are caused by the powder in and outside of latex balloons. This powder picks up the latex..
ESL English Lesson: Saudi driving ban for women  by: David Robinson
Today let’s talk about women not being allowed to drive a car in Saudi Arabia. Can you imagine a woman in your country not being allowed to drive a car simply because she is a woman? It’s hard to..
ESL English Lesson: Noisy and disruptive neighbours!  by: David Robinson
Today let’s talk about noisy neighbours! They can be very annoying. It can be loud music blasting out. Someone could hold a party. In this instance it is better they invite their neighbours. If you..
How to make a grammar lesson great  by: Ramya Raju
The one thing we learned as trainee English teachers was that any point of time you are dealing with several syllabi – the prescribed one, the version of the prescribed one that you customize for..
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 Watching the English - new edition  by: Turnoi, the Only One and Real Turnoi
Watch the English eating Yorkshire pudding or fish and chips - you can learn quite a lot from them!....LOL
Re Teachers Students relations OK?   by: psf
Tutoring one to one is the best way to learn English!
Watching the English - new edition  by: cunning linguist
The UK’s Daily Mail newspaper has an article - really a promotional piece - for the new edition of Kate Fox’s highly entertaining book. As the article has been penned by social anthropologist..