Learning English with Laughter – ESL Curriculum and Activities for all Levels

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Updated: May 28th, 2018

ESL Grammar Activity - The Past Tense

ESL Grammar Activity – The Past Tense

ESL Grammar Teaching Activity – Past Tense 2   For regular verbs, forming the past tense is simply a matter of adding “ed” to the root form of the verb. (The root form of the verb is the infinitive without the “to”.) Example: Infinitive: to walk Root form: walk Past tense: walked. Unfortunately, there are […]

Some Ideas for Teaching Prepositions One day, early in my teaching career, I saw a beautiful book lying on the sidewalk. I picked it up and put it in my pocket, because it was so shiny, and had such a beautiful color. That afternoon when I was teaching, on a whim, I asked the class […]

Listening and Speaking English Practice 1

Listening and Speaking English Practice 1

Beginner’s level – Learning English Practice  Listen and answer the questions below              Answer in Complete Sentences Listen to the questions, with the right column covered.   Try to answer the questions yourself.  Then listen to the answers.   Questions Answers Is Peter a man? Yes, Peter is a man. How is […]

Alphonse the Human Cannonball

Developing Listening Comprehension in Children

Developing Listening Comprehension in Children

If English Second language children are interested and actively involved in what they are doing, they will learn to understand English. This article will present a type of activity that develops listening comprehension. When children learn their first language they are often responding to their parent’s language in an active way. Their response frequently includes […]

Spending Less on Curriculum

Spending Less on Curriculum

Saving Money on ESL EFL Curriculum  Many of the countries of the world are facing difficult economic times. Radical changes are taking place each day as people struggle to earn enough to maintain their standard of living, and/or the houses they live in. As you present your ESL program to your students there are steps you can […]

LEWL in Albania

Pictures from our recent trip to Albania – Setting up language schools using our curriculum. Written by: Brian, Learning English with Laughter Inc. Modified: August 15th, 2017 Published: March 6th, 2017

LEWL in Nepal

Our trip to Nepal to train teachers to use our ESL EFL Curriculum Written by: Brian, Learning English with Laughter Inc. Modified: August 15th, 2017 Published: March 6th, 2017

Charities we Support

Learning English with Laughter supports these Schools with Curriculum:  Clinica Esperanza provides low-cost/no cost medical care to the people of Roatan. Patients can receive services from the walk-in medical clinic, women’s health center, pediatrics inpatient hospital, adult and pediatrics dental clinics with support from a laboratory and pharmacy. The clinic also provides outreach clinics and community health […]

ESL Practice Questions – Present Progressive Tense – Arctic Balloon Expedition – Part 3

Students around the world are under pressure to learn English. Most of them are attempting this as they work at a full or part time job. Others are studying subjects unrelated to English at high school, college or university. Thousands are worried and stressed about their marks and their financial situation. The type of English […]