Tag Archives: English Second Language

Verb Tense Review

English Students and teachers often want to review the verb tenses. Continue reading

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ESL Practice Questions –Simple Future Tense – Andrée Arctic Balloon Expedition – Part 4

If you are a student you may wish to practice your English grammar. This blog provides several exercises that will allow you to review the simple future tense. If you have a minute, try them now.

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Suggestions for Making ESL Children New to Computers Aware of Internet Dangers

Young people are very vulnerable if they have no knowledge of the very real dangers that are a part of using a computer online. Continue reading

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English Second Language Storybooks Spark a Student’s Imagination

The storybooks a teacher uses may be a part of the curriculum or they may be supplementary. Continue reading

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Motivating Young Children During Difficult or Boring Subjects

If you are teaching specific sounds or rhyming words, make up or use a program that offers meaningful examples of what you are teaching. Use examples that are fun so the children can enjoy repeating them. They will learn if they are enjoying the lesson. Continue reading

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BLOG INDEX

We have a large number of ESL blogs containing a wealth of information about esl teaching, esl activities and many other aspects of English as a second language. Continue reading

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ESL Grammar Practice Questions – 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: … Continue reading

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Hints for Dealing with Children Who Interrupt and Disturb Others

This article suggests several solutions that might help the student and everyone in the classroom. Continue reading

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Ideas for Teaching Listening and Phonics to ESL Children

They’ll learn if they are enjoying themselves. This article offers ideas that can make phonics fun. Continue reading

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Considerations in Choosing an Interactive Listening Program

Students studying languages in many countries around the world have a wide variety of talents, combined with needs and problems that they must deal with as they approach the study of English. This article outlines a variety of living situations, … Continue reading

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