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    How to Improve the Quality and Quantity of Your English Vocabulary

    I am a scrabble game freak and I make no pretence about. In point of fact the game is about the only one I enjoy playing without getting tired of it. When I was younger I used to play with a couple of my friends sometimes far into the middle of the night. That was when I had friends and acquaintances living in the same city with me. Honestly we used to make a great game out of it. The competition was really fierce and we really enjoyed it. That was when the quality and quantity of my vocabulary started going up on the ascendancy until it has improved to the present level. However we have all s

    Avoid Embarrassment in a Second Language by Avoiding IDIOMS

    When you first start learning the French language or the German language, or any second language, the fastest way to "open mouth, insert foot" is to use idioms like the one I just did. Idioms can make for idiots. Not really, but I love alliteration. The initial response of my students when I impart that advice is "What's an idiom?" An idiom is an expression or phrase, where the meaning of each individual word does not add up to the message being conveyed. The whole is

    “It’s My Turn!” Developing Students’ Oral Turn-Taking Skills

    Many students have difficulty in taking longer turns in conversation. This article investigates the nature of these skills and considers the problems students may have in acquiring them.

    What Kinds of Listening Practice Are There?

    Are you aware that there are different kinds of listening practice? And once we call them extensive and intensive listening practice, do you know the difference between them? Read this article to find their differences so you can start using them more effectively now.

    Ways to Learn English Well

    "Do you want to learn English well?" asked I. "Yes, I do!"

    Listening Games And Activities

    Listening games and activities provide basics for communicating, learning, thinking and acquiring awareness of the world around you.