Tags » Verbs

To Be or not To Be............ in Spanish

A great photograph taken in Stratford-upon-Avon, of a sculpture of Hamlet, one of Shakespeare’s most well-known characters.

“To BE or not To BE, that is the point!” one of Shakespeare’s most well-known phrases. 602 more words


Pathallea: The Basics of Thoul, part 3.

The Nouns:

The base form of Thoul nouns is always just the word itself ~ ex, thal = water.  This base form is used when the noun is singular and the subject of a sentence. 664 more words




Learning them it’s a nightmare. Try to memorize them taking into account their similarities.

Click here to download the documents > irregular-verbs /  7 more words

Learning Techniques


Level: elementary and up
2+, group
Ages: all

Each student is given a verb. The others must guess the verb by asking questions that substitute “blip” for the verb, e.g., “Do you blip with friends?” “Does everybody blip?” “Why do you like blipping so much?” 8 more words

All Ages