Published: Wed, 26 Oct 2016 11:18:57 +0000
2016-10-26T11:18:57Z50 basic English questions used to ask and answer questions about most daily tasks for English language learners.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZGuide to the special language of telephoning in English including standard English phrases and idioms used on the telephone.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZGuide to the basic differences between voiced and voiceless consonants in English pronunciation.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZPrintable beginner English Grammar Review Quiz beginning level ESL EFL learners and classes focusing on body idioms.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZShort stories using idioms and expressions in context for English learners followed by a quiz to improve your are your class' understanding of English idioms.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZExamples and worksheets focusing on key collocation for English learners in various TESOL settings, as well as for self-study. Each sheet includes a number of collocation examples.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZBeginner verb tense quiz checks your understanding of basic tenses including the present simple, continuous, future and past simple including answers.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZExercises to help students and teachers improve telephoning skills especially for Business English ESL EFL TESOL TOEFL students
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis guide to different types of business letters provides a short introduction to some of the most important types of business letters in English for English learners who are interested in English for business purposes.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZHow to ask questions in English depends on the type of question you would like to ask, and the situation. Direct questions are the most common type of questions, but you can also learn how to ask indirect questions to be more polite, or how to ask questions with question tags to check information.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZBusiness letter writing basics for English language learners including essential formatting, writing, and phrases.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZA guide to the basics of writing letters to respond to inquiries especially written for English learners and business classes.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZHow to write a standard essay in English following a common essay outline structure also known as the hamburger essay.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZCourse Outline and Objectives for ESL Beginning Students to Establish Basic Communication Language Functions in English Telling Time
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZLearn English by practicing dialogues that focus on a wide variety of topics listed by grammar point, class level or purpose.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZLearn how to use this, that, these, and those - important English words that you can learn to point out things that are here or there.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZA discussion of the differences between standard American and British English in pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar with examples.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZGuide to verb tense resources including tense explanations, quizzes, tense related lesson plans, tense review in context resources.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZLearn how to write sentences in English by starting off at the beginning and learning five basic patterns of sentences through step by step practice.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThe difference between make and do is very minimal and causes a lot of problems, try this quiz to see if you know when to use make or do.>
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZGuide to teaching the past simple for English teachers who teach ESL and EFL classes with appropriate lesson and activity suggestions.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZLearn how to ask for information in English, as well as providing information with these common phrases and role play examples.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZHere's a description of the basic uses of 'at', 'in' and 'to' for beginning level learners of English with explanation, example sentences and quiz.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZLearn how to ask for a favor in English, as well as granting and denying a favor request with these common phrases and role play examples.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZGuide to teaching the present simple for English teachers who teach ESL and EFL classes with appropriate lesson and activity suggestions.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis look at telephone conversations focuses on the standard patterns often found in business telephone conversations. It includes an overview, a role play and other classroom activities to help English learners learn standard telephone conversations.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZCorrect English pronunciation includes not only knowing how to pronounce a word, but also understanding concepts that help with pronunciation
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZA guide to the basics of writing an inquiry letter for business English learners including helpful phrases and examples.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZCourse Outline and Objectives for ESL Beginning Students to Establish Basic Communication Language Functions in English Teacher Lesson Plans
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis quick overview of tenses in English provides a quick look at how many tenses there are in English including the basic function of each tense.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis quiz focuses on the use of the present simple to describe routines, habits and facts.>
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZBasic English conversations help beginning learners build basic English skills. Each conversation group includes a few short conversations introducing basic English phrases.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZListening and speaking lesson plan based on ordering food in a restaurant
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZEssential basic English lessons for beginning English learners. Each lesson includes a short quiz to test your understanding of these basic English concepts.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZPhrase Reference Sheet for Participating in a Meeting provides all the language that students need to participate successfully in business English negotions and meetings.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZBeginner level dialogue for roleplay with follow up multiple choice quiz. This reading focuses on speaking about daily routines with the simple present
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZImprove your vocabulary skills with this list of 50 common words in the English language. Studying these words will help you in everyday conversation.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis guide on how to teach English pronunciation provides suggestions, activities and lesson plans appropriate for each level.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZNumbers for beginners need to practiced when teaching absolute beginners. Here is a slow build up for the numbers 1 - 100.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZGuide to the use of question tags in English for ESL and EFL learners. Question tags are explained including variations on meaning through pronunciation, as well as examples of question tags in a variety of tenses.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis reading comprehension for English learners concerns presidential elections in the United States with answers provided.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis example business meeting provides all the language that students need to participate successfully in business English negotions and meetings.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis step by step guide on how to speak English will help you perfect a study plan to help you speak English within a reasonably short amount of time. Strategies and objectives are provided to help you speak English with ease.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZEnglish learning resource providing example sentences of irregular verbs in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis quiz focuses on the choice between present simple or continuous.>
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThe most popular English vocabulary learning features on esl.about.com for use in ESL and EFL classes.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZA discussion of the differences between of and from in English which often cause learners difficulty.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZAn overview to teaching grammar in an ESL / EFL setting. This article discusses the questions that need to be asked before beginning to teach the class as well as an explaination of the importance of a bottom up style of teaching.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZHere is a guide to modal verbs of probability that you can use to state what you think is true or not true.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThe correct use of intonation and stress is the key to understanding and being understood when speaking English.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZLearn how to ask for permission in English, as well as granting or denying permission with these common phrases and role play examples.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThese speaking strategies will help English learners improve their conversational skills.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZGuide to teaching the past simple for English teachers who teach ESL and EFL classes with appropriate lesson and activity suggestions.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZList of the most common mistakes in English for English as a Second language learners and classes.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis beginning level lesson encourages students to label parts of speech in order to better understand structure and context.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis guide on how to teach pronouns provides a framework within which you can introduce subject, object, and possessive pronouns, as well as possessive adjectives to beginning level English learners. It includes lessons and activities to help English learners practice.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis overview explains how verbs are used, how verbs combine with other verbs and the use of the active or passive voice for verb forms.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis sentence structure chart provides an overview of the thirteen present, past and future tenses including the continuous and perfect forms. Using this chart will help you focus on the minor changes made in the structure of English sentences to help perfect your tense usage.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZCollocations can be concerned as words that co - locate - in other words they stay together. This introduction to collocations provides basics on collocation use in English, as well as point to further resources to help English learners improve their understanding of the importance of collocation use in English.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZDialogue for Beginning Level English ESL EFL Learners and Classes - Introducing Yourself
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZExplanation of various usage of prepositions nouns in English for ESL EFL TESOL TEFL students
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZGuide to learning present tenses for students and teachers. This guide includes a brief description, links to detailed explanations, quizzes, free lesson plans, related activities and worksheets.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZGuide to standard lesson plan format for teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZGuide to the correct and incorrect use of double comparatives in English. The form double comparative is often used to describe the incorrect use of two comparative forms together. However, double comparatives is also used to refer to the use of two comparatives within a sentence.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZTest your knowledge of English vocabulary related to travel with this gap fill exercise including definitions of related terms.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis ESL food lesson plan suggests activities to tie all the various vocabulary related to food into one lesson beginning with a discussion of a great meal, to going shopping and even cooking the dinner for the class.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZESL EFL English games, activities and lesson plans ready to go for classroom use.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZWriting descriptive paragraphs helps English learners use a wide variety of vocabulary and structures to improve their writing skills.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZA guide to formal letter structure especially written for English learners in ESL or EFL classes. This guide also provides standards formulas for common requests, offers of help and inquiring for information.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZLearn what to say when giving and receiving presents in English. Included are phrases for lots of situations, as well as role plays for practice.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZBusiness English lesson plan concerning telephone English including lesson outline, printable materials and suggestions for activities
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZA guide to a number of methods to help you improve your vocabulary.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis lesson focuses on learning how to write personal descriptions about yourself and others. The exercise provides tips to remember when writing personal descriptions.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZPronunciation Practice focusing on improving your pronunciation through the use of correct intonation and recognizing the stress-timed nature of English.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZLearn how to use 'would like' in a restaurant to order food with this exercise for beginning level English learners.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZA guide to basic paragraph construction for use in English as a second language classes focusing on the main components of standard paragraphs.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZWhen, as, as long as, and so long as are all used to express what happens over a specific time. When and as are more common and are used to expresses what happens when something else that is important occurs. So long as, or as long as express what happens over a longer period of time. Learn how these time expressions are used in adverb clauses with explanations and multiple examples.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZBusiness letter for Letters of Acknowledgment Business English learners including helpful phrases and example letters.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZIntroduction to writing narrative paragraphs including a look at how to use various past tenses and linking language to clearly narrate the past.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZGuide to using reported speech in English including detailed information on sentence transformation through changing tense, use of reporting verbs and the change of time expressions, pronouns and more.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZHow to conjugate verbs in English focuses on conjugating verbs by deciding on time of action, type of action and choosing the correct auxiliary verb to help understand how to conjugate in English.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis printable quiz tests beginning level students' understanding of beginning level learning concepts, vocabulary and grammar.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis guide to participles discusses the various uses of the present and past participles in easy English with multiple examples of each learning point.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZWhether you prefer US or British pronunciation, follow this guide with tips on how to improve English pronunciation skills fast!
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZBeginners English guide to the past form of the verb 'to be' using was and were with follow-up quiz to practice.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZEnglish words confer meaning depending on whether they are content or function words. This guide will help English learners to understand which words play a key role in both understanding and pronunciation.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZPast Tense Regular Verb Pronunciation exhaustive list for beginning level ESL English learners.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZBeginners guide to basic questions about everyday life using present simple and adverbs of frequency
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThe time expressions after, before and when are used in adverb clauses to indicate when something occurs. This guide provides explanation of tense usage and context with numerous examples for in-class or self-study use.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZSome verbs are followed by both the gerund and infinitive forms. These verbs change their meaning based on whether the following verb is in the gerund, or the infinitive. This guide verbs followed by the gerund or infinitive that change in meaning explain these changes in meaning with numerous examples.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZPart 1 of an elementary level ESL EFL English syllabus aimed at adult learners who need English for the working world
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZLesson focusing on developing and solidifying phrasal verb vocabulary skills
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZGuide to learning past perfect and past perfect continuous for students and teachers. This guide includes a brief description, links to detailed explanations, quizzes, free lesson plans, related activities and worksheets.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZLearn the difference between it's and its - one of the most common mistakes in English with follow-up quiz to test your understanding and explanation of each form for English learners.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZLearn how to combine two verbs in English using the gerund, infinitive and base form of the second verb.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZIncorporating reading comprehension and dialogues into a lesson plan to help focus on specific grammar or subject areas. The following lesson plan is a blueprint to using these resources for your classes.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZExamples and discussion of how to write a business report for English language learners including an example business plan to use as a template.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZDescription of the differences between action and stative verbs for ESL and EFL classes.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZThis guide to phrasal verbs provides a description of phrasal verbs and resources that include quizzes, reference lists, phrasal verb vocabulary building exercises and lesson plans.
2016-10-26T11:18:57ZRules for when to use an adjective or an adverb for ESL classes and teachers