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
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
Here is a great idiom to start the weekend, brought to us by Petula Clark. The Other Man´s Grass Is Always Greener.
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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.
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…
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 […]