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A Great Google Tool for Multilingual People
March, 2015 Google Input Tools is a very good Chrome extension that allows you to type using any language you want.This is especially helpful for multilingual people who would like to navigate the web using languages not supported by their keyboards.With on...
March, 2015. Google Input Tools is a very good Chrome extension that allows you to type using any language you want.This is especially helpful for multilingual people who would like to navigate the web using languages not supported by their keyboards.With one simple click, Google Input Tools ...
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Do you have a ____ to wrap this up?
1. cord
2. chord

To learn more English Idioms go to: http://www.english-the-easy-way.com/Confusing_English/Confusing_English_Page.html
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When to use should and would. Quick tips to remember. Let's learn #English http://ow.ly/KHftI
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How to download subtitles or captions from YouTube
YouTube is probably the most used digital tool in classrooms all over the world today and lends itself for a variety of purposes ranging from short listening comprehension during classes to flipped classroom activities. Often it would be useful to have the ...
YouTube is probably the most used digital tool in classrooms all over the world today and lends itself for a variety of purposes ranging from short listening comprehension during classes to flipped classroom activities. Ofte...
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#Idiom #EnglishLesson
Do you hit the roof when you see your bills?
1. Yes
2. No
3. Sometimes/Depends
4. Other________

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"Head over heels in love" means "to be completely in love with someone".

Example: When you are head over heels in love the sun shines more brightly and the birds sing more sweetly.

Origin: In the 14th Century this phrase was written as “heels over head”, literally describing when someone might fall over and end up with the heels of their feet above their head. By the 1800s, the phrase had become “head over heels” and changed to mean someone very much in love. For example, in 1834 the book “A Narrative of The Life of David Crockett” was published, in which was written “I soon found myself head over heels in love with this girl.”

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My teenage students would enjoy this term, but meanwhile they have a realistic teacher and would share the reality with them as well. Hahaha! They always said, " Teacher, Mrs. Wang, you do make us clear the responsiblity behind this matter, Love. Loving someone with responsiblity makes us a meaningful sense. But my dad and mom......when they are in quarrel, it's hard for us to see this! " I said, "Bingo! You are right, now you all have some sort of understanding in reality. However, stay positive, they're going to find their own way to die down those noises. "
David, thanks for sharing. Borrow to share.
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Pronouns - replace nouns introduction chart  #pronouns
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"Dead to the world" means "to be sleeping very deeply and soundly".

Example: She had been awake for almost 24 hours and when she fell asleep, she was dead to the world, even when the telephone rang.

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10 Rules the Best ESL Teachers Live By

One of the first things you do when you start a new class is lay out the rules.

Raise your hand!

Eyes on your own work!

But it’s time for teachers to learn the rules–after all, if you’re teaching ESL, you’re going to have to follow some rules too if you want to survive.

Teachers need to hold themselves to certain standards, just like students do. It’s not enough, as an ESL teacher, to just know how to speak the language. Really communicating English to an ESL student is far more than knowing how to speak your own language (though that’s a good place to start). We’ve got 10 important rules to follow as an ESL teacher to make your classes even more effective and your teaching worthy of that A+.

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http://www.fluentu.com/english/educator/blog/esl-rules/
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Do you feel under the weather today?
1. Yes
2. No
3. A little
4. Other
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Hello ESL teachers around the world. Does anyone out here have some cool resources to translate English into Czech? I have a student from Czechoslovakia. Thanks in advance. #ESL  
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Speak and talk have similar meanings, but there are differences in the way we use the two words. Both speak and talk suggest that a person is using his voice, or that two or more people are having a conversation. We can say: speak to someone talk to someone speak to someone about something talk to someone about something. Speak is more formal One of the main differences is formality. Speak is a little more formal than talk, and is often used in p...
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#‎Idioms‬ ‪#‎Englishlesson‬
Do you know anyone who's acts like their lights are on but nobody's home?
1. Yes
2. No
3. Maybe
4. No Comment ______
To learn more English Idioms go to: http://www.english-the-easy-way.com/Idioms/Idioms_Page.html
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