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Learning about emotions in English, write in Spanish vocab for class lesson ;).

A quiz to practise feelings and emotions. B&W version included. Have a great weekend mada :) Adjectives, Adjectives to describe feelings / mood.

Some different ways to say several of the most over-used words in the English language. Use them!

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Learning how to use prepositions of place using at in on and direction English lesson.

prepositional phrases -- learn these whole phrases as vocabulary Note: This is British English - in the US, most phrases are the same, except live/ be ON Main Street, ON the weekend and IN college / university

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Having the prepositions of time listed and in sections is nice. But I would also have more graphic examples. I would make a worksheet where the students matched examples to the appropriate preposition of time.

English vocabulary: different types of weather

English vocabulary: different types of weather. For classroom activity, give kids a mini pack of weather cards. play sounds or show other pics asaociated with one of the weathers. Kids can hold up the correct card to match the correct term to the weather.

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Learn English time idioms with Kaplan's illustration. Hit the big time and discover how to speak English using fun time idioms!

The 21 Types of Content We All Crave - what is the context of the content you publish to your audience?

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