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Confusing Verbs #6: To Be Keen vs To Appeal

The expressions “to be keen on something/someone” and “to appeal to someone” appear more and more frequently as we move up from Preliminary (B1) level to First (B2) and Advanced (C1), and some students seem to struggle with them. 344 more words

English Learning Tips

အဂၤလိပ္စာသံုးနည္းအမ ်ိဳးအမ ်ိဳးႏွင့္ လက္ေတြ႕ဘာသာၿပန္နည္းမ ်ား

1. The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.

ေနသည္ အေရွ႕မွ တက္၍ အေနာက္ဘက္၀င္သည္။
That boy is going west.
ထိုလူကေလး အက်င့္စာရိတၱ ပ်က္စီးေနသည္။
In the west they have their own custorn. 227 more words

Articles

Average or Beautiful || How do you perceive yourself?

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Vocabulary to learn after watching the video :

  • It was my choice
  • We had an option of two pathways to walk, and they led to two doorways…
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Inspiration

IATEFL 2015 #5: The Good Use of Technology - Scott Thornbury

Scott Thornbury, who has spoken at IATEFL 2015 about the criteria technology should meet in order to achieve effective language learning, defines himself like this on… 419 more words

ELT

1st post in english

I´ve been blogging for almost 10 years now and I have decided to start blogging in english to improve my written skills.  217 more words

Blogging In English

English conversation

English conversation is a very important for learning English language. There are many ways of learning English. Conversation is one of them. Many of our student studied English in public school, college and university. 193 more words

English Conversation