Conversations with Aussies # 2 — Mary’s English Blog

Today, I’m talking with Rachel about life on The Gold Coast, her overseas travels, and how she feels about teaching English.  For more information about learning English with Rachel, visit her website: https://rachelschultzenglishteacher.wordpress.com/   ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

Conversations with Aussies # 2 — Mary’s English Blog

How to Follow a Process / Instructions — Mary’s English Blog

Here in Australia, it will soon be summer. On the Gold Coast, where I live, it’s like summer most of the year! However, for many of you, winter is fast approaching so I thought you might enjoy a short video by Vocabulary in Chunks about Hygge and learn some English at the same time.   As […]

How to Follow a Process / Instructions — Mary’s English Blog

Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach interviews “candidates” seeking to join online ESL platform 51Talk — Jellybeans in the City

Pia Wurtzbach interviews candidates who wish to be part of online English platform 51Talk. The live stream, with hints of a reality and talent show, aims to attract 30,000 new online English teachers to join the platform.

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3 Minute English #7 – English Pubs — Mary’s English Blog

Originally posted on Vocabulary in Chunks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mEQ-P5gfCA [Loescher Editore Video] Vocabulary chunks to learn from video : One of the oldest pubs in the UK. Over a thousand years ago The word pub is short for a public house. In other words a house open to everybody to meet Pubs need a license to sell alcoholic drinks To young people under 18 UNIT…

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A song with Possessive Adjectives — Mary’s English Blog

When English students first learn Possessive Adjectives, they should feel encouraged. There are only seven forms: my, your, his, her, its, our, & their. That’s all! Many European languages have 14 – 20+ forms, depending on whether the noun is singular, plural, male or female. The rules are simple: ♦ Possessive Adjectives always go before […]

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