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Memory Quiz

(Intermediate ESL level)


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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.

Dot not write in the boxes below

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My Portuguese for your English  by: Ronaldo Santos
Hi, there!! My name is Ronaldo. I am a native brazilian speaker and portuguese teacher to public high school's students. I am interested to improve my english skills and teach my native language.....
My Chinese for your any language  by: David
my chinese for your any languages add my wechat 15817767632
My Arabic for your English  by: Ayah
I want to learn English
My Farsi for your English  by: A.Karimi
Hi. I'm an engineer from Iran living in Tehran. Persian (Farsi) is my native language. I'd like to learn english and speak fluently.
My English for your French, Spanish and Mandarin  by: crystal
I'm Crystal. I am from Malaysia.I can exchange with you with my Cantonese language, Bahasa Malaysia and English language with French, Spanish and Mandarin language. I know a little bit of Mandarin..
Students Looking For Tutors: I am looking for a Japanese Tutor  by: shaharyar
hello i m shaharyar i do my F.S.C pre engeering and now compelet my graduation need any japanese tutor
Students Looking For Tutors: Looking for English tutor in Ningbo and Kunshan, 2 hrs/week for each student  by: Fanny Lee
Hi, This is Fanny. I'm an administrator in a US company, and looking for an English tutor for my colleague to improve his English level. He can communicate but slow. Company needs them to join in..
English Tutor: Conversational English, grammar, business English, IELST and TOEIC  by: Yvonne
Would you like to learn English with ease and confidence? My name is Yvonne and been a home based online teacher for 5 years. You can choose from conversational english,grammar,business english ,..
Re understand the difference between “its” and “it’s”  by: Dr. Turnoi Turjakuunnen
Well, I published books in English that are widely read with that "poor showing". There was actually little revision of the text by competent and educated English native speakers. So, may..
Re understand the difference between “its” and “it’s”  by: Claire
Not only did you not explain the differences, you made several critical errors yourself. Additionally, your English structure is awkward at best. A poor showing in a short passage.
Re understand the difference between “its” and “it’s”  by: Claire
Wrong, wrong, wrong. You are obviously not a native speaker, and your English is full of errors.
Re: Advise vs. Advice  by: Dr. Turnoi Turjakuunnen
Exactly, Dr. Zack. It's strange that even native speakers seem to confuse these two at times, even on this board. So, my advice is to advise even native speakers on the same as well....LOL Your..
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
Sondes, Here is an article I found on How to Take Business Meeting Notes How to run an eco club meeting Taking meeting minutes Minutes are just notes you take in a meeting, helping to remind you what..
Encouraging Students to Speak: Tips for ESL Teachers  by: Zoe Anderson
Learning to speak English can be intimidating. No one knows this better than ESL teachers. Dealing with learners who are reluctant to speak because they are shy or self-conscious can be a challenge...
How to teach bilingual students successfully?  by: Isabel Wiliams
An effective bilingual education is in its nature multidimensional and flexible in classroom instruction, organization the creation of a program aimed to reach specific objectives. Teachers facing..
The Affective Filter  by: Keith Brooks
Years ago I was teaching English in Korea when I noticed one student was staring at me like a deer staring into headlights. I was sure she was lost in the lesson. I then noticed her grades were..
ESL Activity - Paper Airplane Game  by: Jamie Rochfort
Directions: • Issue each student with 2 or 3 A4 sheets of scrap paper along with the written instructions (see below); • Provide a demonstration for the class by making one with the step-by-step..
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..
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 Work like the Chinese!  by: Silverboy
What a laugh! Who wrote that stupid article? Some stupid wumao troll I'll bet! The UK is a successful and civilized society, and has been for a very long time. China is not and never will be. Chinese..
Re: Mackorello Troll Banned and Humiliated  by: Silverboy
Correct, a load of rubbish! The other poster obviously has nothing better to discuss on here.
Work like the Chinese!  by: Yunnan Expat with Chinese Hubby
This is stupendous stuff! So apt!
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