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CHARLES DICKENS' BIOGRAPHY

September 9, 2016 by in category 6- ADVANCED ENGLISH (C1), Literature, READING, SKILLS, TEACHER RESOURCES, YDS READING tagged as , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Charles Dickens was born on February 7, 1812 in Landport, Portsmouth, England. His father, John Dickens, was a clerk in the Navy Pay Office at Portsmouth, and his wife Elizabeth Dickens (née Barrow, 1789–1863) was a housewife. In 1814, John Dickens was transferred to London, and in 1817, the whole family moved to Chatham, near […]

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HOW TO WRITE A FORMAL LETTER

September 6, 2016 by in category 6- ADVANCED ENGLISH (C1), SKILLS, TEACHER RESOURCES, WRITING tagged as , , ,

HOW TO WRITE A FORMAL LETTER Do NOT use contractions!! (can’t, don’t, I’m, it’s, you’re etc.) Write the words out in full: I cannot/I do not/ I am/ it is/ you are etc. Do NOT use informal language. For example, say :   “children” or “pupils”, not “kids” “I was angry”, not “I was really […]

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TRANSITION WORDS

September 6, 2016 by in category 6- ADVANCED ENGLISH (C1), 9th to 12th graders, ENGLISH by LEVELS, HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH, SKILLS, WRITING tagged as , ,

Addition furthermore moreover too also in the second place again in addition even more next further last, lastly finally besides and, or, nor first second, secondly, etc. Time while immediately never after later, earlier always when soon whenever meanwhile sometimes in the meantime during afterwards now, until now next following once then at length simultaneously […]

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Punctuation Marks with Examples and Their Usage

September 6, 2016 by in category 6- ADVANCED ENGLISH (C1), ENGLISH by LEVELS, SKILLS, TEACHER RESOURCES, WRITING tagged as , ,

  Punctuation marks are symbols that are used to aid the clarity and comprehension of written language. Some common punctuation marks are the period, comma, question mark, exclamation point, apostrophe, quotation mark and hyphen. Punctuation Marks with Examples and Their Usage Punctuation Mark Symbol Definition Example apostrophe ‘ An apostrophe is used as a substitute […]

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ENGLISH PHONETIC SYMBOLS

September 6, 2016 by in category 6- ADVANCED ENGLISH (C1), ENGLISH by LEVELS, ENGLISH KNOWLEDGE, Linguistics, TEACHER RESOURCES tagged as , , ,

Consonants p pen, copy, happen b back, baby, job t tea, tight, button d day, ladder, odd k key, clock, school g get, giggle, ghost tʃ church, match, nature dʒ judge, age, soldier f fat, coffee, rough, photo v view, heavy, move θ thing, author, path ð this, other, smooth s soon, cease, sister z […]

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HOROSCOPES – PRONOUNCIATION – DATES – ADVANCED LISTENING / READING

September 5, 2016 by in category 6- ADVANCED ENGLISH (C1), ENGLISH IS FUNNY, READING, School English, SKILLS, YDS, YDS READING tagged as , , , , ,

HOROSCOPES – PRONOUNCIATION – DATES – ADVANCED LISTENING / READING   HOROSCOPES AND THEIR DATES Aquarius – January 21 – February 19 Pisces – February 20- March 20 Aries – March 21 – April 20 Taurus – April 21 – May 21 Gemini – May 22 – June 21 Cancer – June 22 – July 22 Leo – July 23 -August 21 Virgo – August 22 – September 23 Libra – September 24 […]

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THE PAST PERFECT TENSE

June 12, 2016 by in category 6- ADVANCED ENGLISH (C1), 9th Class, ENGLISH KNOWLEDGE, grammar, SECONDARY SCHOOL ENGLISH SUBJECTS tagged as , ,

THE PAST PERFECT TENSE Form This tense is formed with HAD and the PAST PARTICIPLE. .(Bu zaman HAD ve V3 ile kurulur. V3 İngilizce’de b,r fiilin 3. halidir. Fiillerin 3. hallerini irregular verbs list (Düzensiz fiiller listesi) sayfamızdan inceleyiniz.) https://english.web.tr/blog/irregular-verbs-list-duzensiz-fiil-listesi-turkce-anlamlariyla/   Ex. I had worked – I’d worked   (Düz Cümle)        He had not […]

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SLANG WORDS -colloquial English-

January 29, 2016 by in category 6- ADVANCED ENGLISH (C1), ELT Methods, ENGLISH IS FUNNY, ENGLISH KNOWLEDGE, READING, VOCABULARY tagged as , , , ,

airhead: stupid person. “Believe it or not, Dave can sometimes act like an airhead!” amigo: friend (from Spanish). “I met many amigos at Dave’s ESL Cafe.” ammunition: toilet paper. “Help! We’re completely out of ammunition!” antifreeze: alcohol. “I’m going to need a lot of antifreeze tonight!” armpit: dirty, unappealing place. “This cheap motel is an […]

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