Below is a list of grammar and vocabulary lessons for intermediate-level English language learners from ESLgo.com.
NFL – Sports vocabulary to describe the two New York football teams. 1. Study vocabulary: won, beat, lost, win, loss, record. 2. Read and write messages on the sports forum.
Passive modals – Passive modals from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. 1. Study grammar: passive modals. 2. Read and write messages on the Harry Potter forum.
Wireless – Part of a news article about wireless technology. 1. Read about wireless technology and learn some vocabulary. 2. Study grammar: present perfect. 3. Read and write messages on the forums.
Cruise – A short conversation about a cruise. 1. Study grammar: past simple and present perfect. 2. Read and write messages on the forums.
Lend and Borrow – A short conversation about a car loan. 1. Study vocabulary: lend, borrow, and loan. 2. Read and write messages on the forums.
Yahoo CEO – A statement about Yahoo’s business. 1. Read about Yahoo’s business. 2. Test how well you understood the reading. 3. Study grammar: past perfect.
Business questions – Questions about stocks. 1. Study grammar: making questions. 2. Ask questions on the message boards.Learn English by taking a free low intermediate English listening class
Play this on-line game to test your knowledge the “other” definition for the following English verbs: to fly, to give, to pick up, to look, & to swipe.
Below is a vocabulary quiz item for FACE words on Agenda Web’s website’s vocabulary exercises page. You can also learn and improve your grammar, reading, pronunciation and other skills using this site’s free, interactive content.
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This Land is Your Land, This Land is (Not) My Land, was written by a woman who emmigrated to the U.S. from Bosnia as a young girl. It’s sobering to think that many who come to the U.S. for refuge from terror, poverty and hopelessness in their homeland find conditions here in the U.S. to be intolerable as well.
It goes without saying that our President has only fueled the flames of hatred against immigrants and, I believe, all classes of people struggling to make a living, follow their non-Christian beliefs (and even Christian beliefs that espouse personal perspectives rather than condemning all those outside of one’s own), and get justice for the wrongs committed against them or security in their own communities.
I hope this article speaks to you as it did to me.
Learn English through poetry! Open the poetry sites below to read and/or contribute your own poems.
Poems By Heart uses brain-training techniques to make remembering poetry easy and fun—in a fast and responsive game. Each poem features two new and exclusive dramatic readings, and all-new original art. Improve your English by practicing with poem activities.
With the Poetry Foundation’s universal app, you can now take thousands of poems by classic and contemporary poets with you wherever you go.
* Search for old favorites with memorable lines.
* Give your device a shake to discover new poems to fit any mood.
* Save your favorite poems to read and share later—through Facebook, Twitter, or e-mail.
ReadWriteThink’s mobile apps for poetry can be used to write different kinds of poems such as acrostic, diamante, haiku and theme. They can be really helpful for children and beginner level adult students as they can create their poems very easily with the given words. My favorite app is Word Mover.
Poetry everywhere is a program run by Poetry foundation. It’s possible to download iPhone app or you can visit their website to read and listen to the poems of great poets.
Ever wonder what it would be like to mash-up a Shakespeare poem with a Hip Hop Song? Poetry Creator/Verses is a new iPhone and iPad app that puts a fresh spin on a cherished classic: refrigerator magnet poetry.
Here is another activity from the MyEnglishImages.com site, hosted by graphic artist, teacher and education blogger Mike Kloran. Mr. Kloran created the site to: 1) improve his teaching techniques and materials to offer his students a better learning experience; and 2) to give something back to and connect with a larger community of teachers. (His words)
Below is an explanation of the number pronunciation worksheets for beginning-level English language students. You can access the document itself or the website where they can be accessed using the links below. These worksheets take the drudgery and boredom out of rote “listen and repeat” exercises by offering games and pair activities for listening comprehension, speaking practice and conceptual learning.
Download Lesson and Worksheets (PDF): numbers_pronunciation
Original Source Page Link: http://myenglishimages.com/pronunciation/
Trace the immigrant experience and study contributions by immigrant Americans through historic film clips; images of Ellis Island, Angel Island and immigrant groups; presentations, letters and manuscripts.