Category Archives: 7- ADVANCED C1-C2

Tips for Writing a Paragraph
Tips for Writing a Paragraph

Tips for Writing a Paragraph Characteristics of a good paragraph: ·       Topic sentence, which includes the topic and a controlling idea. ·       Supporting ideas (usually 3 – 6), which support the topic sentence ·       RENNS (reasons, examples, names, numbers, senses), which give details for and further explain the supporting ideas. ·       Optional concluding sentence, which leaves the reading with […]

İNGİLİZCE'DE "THAT" ALAN FİİLLER SIFATLAR İSİMLER
İNGİLİZCE’DE “THAT” ALAN FİİLLER SIFATLAR İSİMLER

İNGİLİZCE’DE “THAT” ALAN FİİLLER, SIFATLAR, İSİMLER “THAT” ALAN FIILLER Dersimizde İngilizce’de- that- alan fiillerin, sıfatların, isimlerin bir listesini bulabilirsiniz.   accept  that kabul etmek acknowledge  that kabul etmek add  that ilave etmek admit  that                gerund kabul etmek advise  that              inf-shld öğütlemek, tavsiye et. allege  that iddia etmek announce  that               will duyurmak answer    that cevaplamak anticipate  […]

PRONUNCIATION RESOURCES ACROSS THE WEB

PRONUNCIATION RESOURCES ACROSS THE WEB You will need these resources to improve your English pronunciation About.com—Pronunciation Techniques http://esl.about.com/od/pronunciationtechniques/Pronunciation_Techniques.htm The website provides some articles and pronunciation practice on different aspects of pronunciation, like stress, intonation, and the segmental parts. Lesson plans focusing on pronunciation for teachers are also available on this website. ESL Pronunciation Work Page http://www.e-pron.com/ It […]

50 Inspiring Films You Should Show Your Students

(Have a look at these scholarship information for your students https://mesothelioma.net/scholarship/  ) 50 Inspiring Films You Should Show Your Students Whether you are looking for a movie to support a lesson you’ve been teaching or a book your class has read, or if you would like to offer a reward for hard work well done, these […]

Young Children and Language Development

Extracted from : Buddhi Research   Theories about how young children acquire and develop language Young children become amazingly proficient communicators during the first three years of life. As the Birth to Three Matters framework points out, they use ‘the hundred languages of children’ – body language (including facial expressions and dance); sign language (their own […]

BEST Listening Resources

Useful websites for self-study (Listening) These Listening web sites are a good way to improve and build upon your listening ability: Listen to English podcasts: This is an excellent site. You can listen to lots of stories on a wide range of topics or download them to your mp3 player. Language notes or quizzes are […]

TEN OF THE MOST COMMON GRAMMAR ERRORS OF ELL SPEAKERS

TEN OF THE MOST COMMON GRAMMAR ERRORS OF ELL SPEAKERS (not often made by native speakers):   Error #1: Count or Noncount Noun Error Making English nouns plural can be confusing. “Count” nouns refer to things that can be counted and made into plurals (a hundred dollars, six miles, three children). “Noncount” nouns refer to […]

ACTIVE and PASSIVE VOICE (C1 LEVEL)

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