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Introducing Frequency or Mid-Sentence Adverbs

Adverbs tell us more about the verb – they refer to how often something happens. Continue reading

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Laughter at Successful ESL Can Relieve your Students’ Stress

Many people are experiencing a great deal of stress during these uncertain economic times. Those with jobs wonder how long they will last, while the young people graduating from school face a difficult time finding a job that utilizes their … Continue reading

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Jokes and Their Place in ESL Teaching

  Jokes can be an important part of your teaching program. Scientists know that when people laugh, the body secretes hormones that make the person feel good. Don’t you want your ESL students to feel good about what they are … Continue reading

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Hope for ESL Teachers During Hard Times: at Successful ESL

Well, we’re all here in this changing world, so we’ll look on the bright side plus the positive options that are available to us. Continue reading

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Tips for Keeping English Second Language Teen-agers Interested

This article offers tips for getting these young people involved in your program. Continue reading

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Suggestions and Activities for Teaching Verb Tenses

The order followed for teaching verb tenses can make the structure of the English Language easier for the students to understand. Continue reading

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Using Childrens’ Games During Low Energy Times

There are times of the day when special activities such as games are very appropriate Continue reading

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Teaching the Conditional in the Present and Future Tenses

There are many times when we need to talk about something that may or may not be true. The problem is that we don’t know if it is true or not and we want our listener to know about our doubt. Continue reading

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Using “much” or “a lot of” with Count and Non-Count Nouns

There are sometimes, however, small clues that can make the language much easier. If they follow the simple suggestion explained in this article, then perhaps they will feel more confident about their speech. Continue reading

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Students Need to Learn About Tag Questions, Don’t They?

This article will suggest ways of helping ESL students to understand and use tag questions to confirm their understanding of what is being said. Continue reading

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