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Come Cline with Me!

This is a follow up to a blog post I wrote a couple of months ago on using clines in language teaching, First of all, I’d like to say a big thank you to all the readers, numbering over 35,000. … Continue reading

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Headway in Harrogate

This is my first post as a registered IATEFL online blogger. I’ve never actually attended IATEFL but have always found the online sessions a valuable resource and hope to share some over the next week or so. First up, a … Continue reading

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Subject and Object Questions – Explained

Do your students ever have trouble using questions with and without auxiliaries? For example: Who won the race? (Why is there no auxiliary verb?) What did he win? (Why is there an auxiliary verb?) Here’s a short video I made … Continue reading

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Something Authentic – ‘Flying’ by Seize the Day

A great song and video about the environment by a radical English acoustic band. The song’s lyrics talk about the effect on the environment that flying can have, while at the same time accepting that it would really be very … Continue reading

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