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Daylight Robbery

Jimmy Choo WHO?
As many of you know I can’t stand shopping and the worst of the worst is shopping for clothes, shoes and accessories. Truth be told, I’d rather go to the dentist, eat the eye of a goat or pick up… 154 more words


Essential Vocabulary - Education

Students are always asking me for new vocabulary. Below I have prepared a text about educational terms in the UK – part of a draft for a longer piece of writing. 871 more words


Expressing Opinions / Vocabulary

Personal Point of View

  • In my experience…
  • As far as I’m concerned…
  • Speaking for myself…
  • In my opinion…
  • Personally, I think…
  • I’d say that…
  • I’d suggest that…
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4207-60 (B1) - SUMMER 2014

17-Minute Languages!

17-Minute Languages can enable you to learn a language much faster than with regular learning methods – in only about 17 minutes per day.

I have used this program to learn a ton of Spanish vocabulary and phrases. 91 more words

Language Training

Body Art and Tattoos

Hi all!

Here’s a lesson I created as a preamble to a debate about tattoos and individuality. In it, students learn how to make polite complements in informal settings and how to talk about fashion and style in general. 39 more words


Where to begin? How to begin?

Clueless probably describes me perfectly.

The last time I tried to ‘learn’ a language (Japanese), my ‘strategy’ was to let it sink in naturally. I was hoping that I could just soak it up like a sponge without any studying.  229 more words


Activities for ESL Students

Activities for ESL Students is a very large collection of quizzes and puzzles for English grammar and vocabulary. This site also has a list of bilingual quizzes for English t0 many other languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Spanish and many more … and yes, even Malay!) 67 more words

Language Learning