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Teaching Gramma Have and Have Got

11/19/2011 02:11:35 AM

Teaching Gramma Have and have got.quote "have" is passive, "get" is active. I don't believe the two words are compatible. You either have it or you get it. I got it yesterday. I have it today. 'Have got' is a sloppy, incorrect use of a combination of the two words.Kathyquote Thanks Kathy. So the fac..

Teaching Gramma Get Used To

11/18/2011 00:38:24 AM

Teaching Gramma Get used to.Quote) Have you ever lived or worked abroad? If you have, you probably went through culture shock. I have spent a year teaching in Africa and two years teaching in Japan. I can tell you, it took me a long time to get used to some of the local customs.(I then give some exa..

Teaching Gramma Future Perfect

11/16/2011 09:15:15 AM

Teaching Gramma Future Perfect. quote Not an idea as such, but more of a question. How can you put the future perfect tense into some kind of theme with an activation that upper intermediates can relate to? I'm really struggling with this.. help!"Candicequote It's easy, you can set a date in the fut..

Teaching Gramma Future Continuous

11/16/2011 00:12:29 AM

Teaching Gramma Future Continuous.quote We use the Future Continuous to say that an action will be in progress at a specific time in the future. This is something your pupils will all be familiar with. One will be smoking weed, the other will be doing their homework after school. When you start the ..

Teaching Gramma Third Conditional

11/14/2011 06:25:01 AM

Teaching Gramma Third conditional.Quote) After a reading or listening activity, I ask students to write down all the sentences starting with "if". I write one of the examples on the board:If it hadn't rained, he'd have gone to the beach.I elicit the form first and then ask concept questions:Did it r..

Teaching Gramma Second Conditional

11/14/2011 06:18:05 AM

Teaching Gramma Second Conditional.Quote The easiest (and probably most used) example is the lottery...Start off by asking students about the lotto in their country. You could even make the whole lesson themed around this, maybe with a text about the lottery to start off for some reading comprehensi..

Teaching Few and Little

11/11/2011 16:51:28 PM

Teaching Few and Little.Form(a) few + plural countable noun(a) little + uncountable nounFunctions and examples'a' few and 'a' little mean a small quantity or a small number.Without 'a' there is often a negative meaning.I have a few friends. (a small number, but I am happy)I have few friends. (a smal..

Teaching Comparatives and Superlatives

11/10/2011 22:56:32 PM

Teaching comparatives and superlatives.If your class is looking a bit sleepy, try this for a quick pick-me-up.In this activity, the class will compete in two large groups to say 'Student 1 is taller than student 2 - student 2 is taller than student 3' and so on. The first group to finish is the winn..

New syllabus of Delhi University Avail on DU Site

11/04/2011 06:26:58 AM

Students and teachers at Delhi University are a worried lot. A new syllabus of economics (H) for semester I and II uploaded on the university website on October 31 has created confusion among them even as only 20-odd days are left for the undergraduate semester exams to begin. With just around 2..

Highdown Ride for Children in Cambodia

10/31/2011 06:55:01 AM

Highdown Ride for Children in Cambodia.Teachers at an Emmer Green secondary school are swapping the classroom for the open road as they pedal their way to raising cash for charity.Highdown School and Sixth Form Centre headteacher Tim Royle is one of 18 people connected with the school taking part in..

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