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My students sometimes have back-to-back Korean Hagwan classes with me at the end of a long day, and these are some great ways to get their energy up! And goodness, do I need it too!! Definitely take a look.
6 classroom games you can use to help re-energize your students to get them ready for learning again.
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The phrasal verb put up with means to ensure or withstand. Here are some examples: I can’t put up with the construction noise in my neighborhood. Jane couldn’t put up with her husband’s drinking, so…
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Hello Everybody, I have a problem with my pronunciation in English. Who can help me to improve my spoken English or intonation? You just give any advice or tell something true about your achievement in learning English. It is a simple that you can share something how to speak as native speakers. Thank you so much for you to share some ideas. 
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Homophones - Words that sound the same but are usually spelled differently and have different meanings. Reference charts and activities are included in video.  Have fun learning!  #homophones  
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‪#‎Idioms‬ ‪#‎EnglishIdioms‬ ‪#‎LearnEnglish‬
When Pigs Fly - means:
1. No/No Way
2. to love animals 
3. to fly 
http://www.english-the-easy-way.com/Idioms/Idioms_Page.html
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Or an app will be created for that! :)
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This PPT is free on my site and your students will like it. Good if you want to move into a iPad project. Just get some A3 paper...lots of fun.

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Do your ESL students really like Apple? Yeah, I’m not talking about the fruit, I’m talking about the company. If your students are anything like my ESL students in China were, then they love...
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10 common Verbs that Don't change in the Past tense!
Happy Friday everyone!
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I would like to point out that betted is also acceptable as the past tense of bet.

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Don't forget to print our Earth Day Idioms poster for class tomorrow. bit.ly/earthdayidioms ‪#‎EarthDay‬ 
We hope you'll also choose a related lesson plan to try. https://esllibrary.com/collections/1/lessons
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I am gonna use this póster for my
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