An exploration of language and what building blocks make language. Language can be defined as a form of communication that allows intercourse between multiple people, that is arbitrary (in words individually),...
Here are 3 more fun games and activities to play with your adult ESL group! the best part is...these games can be modified to fit all levels, teens and kids included.
Significant misinformation exists about the number of words for "snow" and "ice" in Inuit languages. Here is proof of at least 44. Do you know of any others?
Novel ideas to help you make the most of your current pronunciation skills while continuing to learn, grow and improve your fluency.
A stimulating ESL lesson plan about unusual jobs. Designed to maximise discussion in your classroom.
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...
Sometimes we feel insecure about English punctuation marks, especially when we are not a native speaker. This article is an uncomplicated review of the rules for abbreviations, commas and semicolon.
In our Etymologic excursion, we arrive at the Letter 'L' and luxuriate in its lascivious legacy...
A comprehensive guide to teaching English adjectives to ESL/EFL students. Includes rules, explanations, examples and some interesting teaching ideas.
This article explains what ellipsis is, where it is used, what kind of ellipsis makes sentences less easy to understand, what unstressed words are left out, and how to teach English using ellipsis.