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Practising Chunks: An Adventure

Nothing like a little adventure in class. One of my groups went on one last week. It involved walking through a field of rocks, going up a steep hill, jumping over bushes and, finally, swimming in rough water. 439 more words

Teaching Adults

Friday's Word (5)

The day is almost over here in the Pacific Northwest and I realized I was so busy running around, that I just about forgot to post today’s vocabulary word. 81 more words


What is our focus? Lesson Study #4

As we move through this Action for Vocabulary Project Lina Taweil and I are realising that old adage – ‘The more you know the more you realise that you do not know’. 449 more words


For the Love of Prepositions Part 9a: games with ge-, y- a-, chaos and nothing

Although language change is heavily influenced by historical and political factors over time, we should not underestimate the extent to which the forms linguistic features take are determined by play. 725 more words

English Grammar

7 Phrases to Remove from Your Everyday Vocabulary: Stop the Stigma on Mental Illness

I have mental illnesses: namely OCD, Anxiety, and Depression. The story of my journey in coping with them is a story for another time; however, you need to know that it is tough. 380 more words

Fake news – fałszywy neologizm

Wydaje się, że mass media (telewizja, portale społecznościowe,  prasa) z założenia mają dostarczać rzetelne informacje o wydarzeniach, sytuacji w kraju i na świecie oraz wyjaśniać i interpretować pewne zjawiska. 360 more words



DAY 11:

Hello everyone. This is my Eleventh post regarding the Vocabulary. I hope this is helping you to establish a more stronger vocabulary. Here’s the tip from my side to those preparing for exams such as GRE, GMAT, etc.: Keep learning new words and always try to make a sentence or a paragraph with the words you learn, that will help you to remember the word, also try to make as humiliating sentences as you can so that u can always remember them, But hey “Don’t tell them to anyone or they are gonna kill me”. 357 more words