-Locations in the House-

Let’s see if you can name all of the rooms and places of a household by reading a description of them. This might seem like a silly activity, but you’ll be practicing your reading comprehension by guessing the room from the clues. 1. This room of the house can be located inside many d..

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--Reading Activity - The Children’s Era by Margaret Sanger--

Below is an excerpt of a speech by Margaret Sanger. Read closely and try to understand what she is saying. See if you can answer the questions that follow the excerpt. Post your answers in a comment for some feedback. The Children’s Era Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen: My subject is &..

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-Crossword of Planets-

Please fill in the activity. ACROSS 3. This globe’s blue dye is the consequence of red light absorption by methane in the upper atmosphere. 5. The nearest globe to the Sun and the eighth biggest. 6. The sole globe whose English title does not get out of Greek/Roman mythos. ..

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-The Right Method for English Pronunciation in Public Speaking-

As you may know, there are some theories that English pronunciation is more important than grammar, especially when giving a speech or any presentations in English. Despite that you may be a non-native speaker, it is understandable that no one expects your grammar to be perfect. People will..

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Enjoy the video and hopefully the British accent is not too difficult for you, dear hearers! Transcript: Police Officer 1:        Well, spot a bother up at Elroy farm. Old Arthur Webbley has been clipping hedgerows that don’t belong to him. Polic..

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A Myth or A Fact? (About Learning English Abroad)

 “Do you think the best way to learn a foreign language is to go to a foreign country?”   There are many people seem to think that being in a foreign country means that you will automatically learn the country’s language well. Obviously, they are WRONG! Perhap..

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-Describing Personalities-

Match these personalities to their opposites: Clever             _ _ U_ _ D Rough             G _ _ _ L _ Liar          &nbs..

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