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Finding Work as an English Teacher: Quick Marketing Techniques to Bring in More Students     July 10th, 2012 01:47 PM
Working for a language school or teaching company can be an ideal job for a new English teacher. The regular lessons, regular pay, and support are all be very welcome when you first start working. But have you ever considered the possibility of working for yourself and finding students independently? Being self-employed allows you to [...]
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English Usage Practice Test Questions     March 7th, 2012 05:27 PM
The most common reference for English Usage is A Dictionary of Modern English Usage (1926) by Henry Fowler, or just ‘Fowler’s.’    Fowler is famous for such quotes as, Inversion:  Writers who observe the poignancy sometimes given by inversion, but fail to observe that ‘sometimes’ means ‘when exclamation is appropriate’, adopt inversion as an infallible enlivener; they aim [...]
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Sentence Completion Practice Questions     February 24th, 2012 05:49 PM
Sentence Completion are common types of vocabulary questions on many standardized tests.  Sentence Completion can be used for vocabulary, as with the practice questions below, or for other types of tests, such as the MELAB. If you are learning vocabulary for a standardized test, here is a great overview, or see   1.  He [...]
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English Grammar Practice Test Questions     February 13th, 2012 05:31 PM
English grammar is a popular item on most standardized tests.  Below are English grammar practice test questions. Here are a few sources for English Grammar – Wikipedia,  English Grammar topics at Edufind,   The English Club. Tests that have an English Grammar Section – Michigan Language Arts Battery.   English Grammar Practice Questions   1.  [...]
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ESL Practice Questions – The Present Perfect Tense – Ancient Egypt Part 2     February 3rd, 2012 01:50 PM
Many of the English grammar tenses are not too difficult but others give students a lot of trouble deciding when to use them. Since we can’t think through a grammar rule as we speak, the best way is to participate in activities with other students, speaking orally and using the tenses. This blog will provide [...]
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An ESL Picture Activity     February 1st, 2012 02:32 PM
In teaching ESL classes in different countries, we found that students enjoyed working in small groups. Usually, they needed something to spark their imaginations, so that they could try out their English skills. We found that picture activities are good for this. The following is a typical picture activity that you can try out, and [...]
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ESL Practice Questions for the Past Tense – Ancient Egypt Part 1     January 29th, 2012 05:35 PM
Students are studying English in most countries of the world. It has been our experience while teaching in Central Europe, Brazil and Hong Kong, that students have difficulty with the past tense. If some members of your classes need help, have them try these practice questions. What can we do to make this activity interesting? [...]
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Discussions and Exciting Mysteries Relieve Stress at Learning English with Laughter     September 23rd, 2011 01:00 AM
Times are difficult and the future of the world’s economies is unknown. Everyone is affected by this ongoing job uncertainty. It doesn’t matter whether someone is running a big business, working at a low paying job or living on a pension. The changes that are occurring in most countries of the world will affect all [...]
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