Category Archives: Children

Improve your English with a British Council approved tutor

Hello students!As you know, I’m taking a break from teaching English (while I complete my e-book). Meanwhile, I have found the perfect online option for you! The best advice I can give to all my English students is to get … Continue reading

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Improve your English with a fun song: Old Town Road

Have you heard the song, Old Town Road, by Billy Ray Cyrus and Lil Nas X? It’s a mix of American Country and Hip Hop style. While native English speakers are generally used to country-style lyrics, they can be quite … Continue reading

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This is why he plants every day

Originally posted on Vocabulary in Chunks: Prudential Assam Province, India –  read more HERE maps of india

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Eating Breakfast With Giraffes In Africa

A great way to improve your vocabulary and listening skills is with short videos. Watch the following fascinating video about giraffes and follow the link below it to learn the ‘vocabulary in chunks’. You will be impressed by how much you … Continue reading

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English TV for Pre-school Children

Do you teach English as a foreign language to Pre-school children? I’m sure you are always trying to find new, fun activities. Children like lots of short activities when they’re learning something. (Actually, I think adults do too!) Well, I can … Continue reading

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Conditionals: Second

The rules for Second Conditional are not difficult, but students don’t always know when to use it. The important thing to remember is that we use Second Conditional when talking about HYPOTHETICAL situations.  If you spoke perfect English, you wouldn’t … Continue reading

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