English as a Foreign or Second Language
English idioms or idiomatic expressions have always been one of the trickiest topics for English as a Second Language learners. This is because the real meanings of English idioms are so far off their literal...
For English language teachers, here are some enjoyable and engaging ways to help your students get to know each other better and practice speaking with confidence in the English classroom.
Novel ideas to help you make the most of your current pronunciation skills while continuing to learn, grow and improve your fluency.
Improved conversation skills for the adult EFL and ESL learner are extremely important for travel, overseas study, and interacting with foreigners. Learn teaching English conversation to adults.
Getting to Know you Icebreakers for the ESL classroom that are interactive and fun for everyone. Great ESL icebreakers for your first week of classes.
How fluency and confidence go hand in hand when speaking English. Tips and advice on how to help your student become fluent.
This article attempts to explain what pitch and pitch range are, how pitch is used and how it effects the meaning of the utterances, and it consists suggestions for English language teachers how to teach correct English...
How to teach your ESL/EFL students the difference between the Past Simple and the Present Perfect.
A pre and post test is a necessary teacher diagnostic tool for measuring the learning of EFL and other students. Teachers must remember to use this as a diagnostic instrument for improving learning.
Icebreakers can be the perfect lead in to the learning process proper. Here are several simple fun examples to help you take control of your class and motivate your students.
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