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  • HOMOPHONES

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    Homophones

    Got to love them if you’ve ever taught ESL .. found a cool image list on the net some time ago. Not my work and I can’t remember the authors blog – so full credit to anon.

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  • PICTURE LIBRARY

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    Picture Dictionary

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  • TOEFL SAMPLE EXAM

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    Preparing for the TOEFL Exam – check out the official sample exam on the link below.

    http://www.ets.org/Media/Tests/TOEFL/exe/toeflSample.exe

    Note: Windows Only

    Good Luck

    Credits: http://www.ets.org/toefl/ibt/prepare/sample_questions

  • PHONICS / ENGLISH FOUNDATION

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    I’ve been using http://www.starfall.com/ for resources for years. It’s fun for all ages and is really fun.

    For anyone teaching phonics or foundation English and would like to use a free online resource Starfall is highly recommended.

    Enjoy /ph/ing …

  • TOEFL TEST DAY TIPS

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    So preparing for that TOEFL day … ETS has created a wonderful test day PDF.

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    Or download the PDF > http://www.ets.org/Media/Tests/TOEFL/pdf/14235_TOEFL_testmap.pdf

    Credits to http://www.ets.org/

    Good Luck

  • CATCHY PHRASES

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    Some catchy phrases … for less (informal) usage …

    • see you later, alligator

    • after a while, crocodile

    • in a while, crocodile

    • no way, José

    • ok, croquet

    • good deal, banana peel

    • And that’s the end, my friend!

    • Better skadoodle, poodle.

    • Brush your teeth, Keith!

    • Bye-bye, French fry.

    • Chew your food, Gertrude!

    • Chop chop lollipop.

    • Do you know what I mean, Jellybean?

    • Don’t flip, potato chip.

    • Don’t panic, flight mechanic.

    • Don’t slip, paperclip!

    • Easy-peasy lemon squeezy!

    • Eat your lunch, honeybunch.

    • Get lost, Jack Frost!

    • Get the point, double joint?

    • Give a hug, ladybug.

    • Good night. Sleep tight. Don’t let the bedbugs bite. Alright?

    • How now, brown cow.

    • How you been, Jellybean?

    • I’m the boss, applesauce.

    • Keep it in the tub, Bub.

    • Keep it on the table, Mabel.

    • Later, tater!

    • Made in the shade with a spade.

    • Make it snappy, Pappy.

    • Neato, mosquito!

    • Nice thinkin’, Abe Lincoln.

    • Okey Dokey, Smokey.

    • Okey Dokey, artichokey.

    • Out the door, dinosaur.

    • Que te pasa, calabasa?

    • Ready, Betty?

    • Ready, Freddy?

    • Ready, Hezi?

    • See you later when your legs are straighter.

    • See you round like a doughnut.

    • See you soon you big baboon.

    • Shut your lip, potato chip.

    • Snug as a bug in a rug with a mug!

    • So long, King Kong.

    • Take care, teddy bear.

    • Tie your shoe, kangaroo!

    • Time to squirm, wiggle worm.

    • Understand, rubber band?

    • What do you know daddy-o?

    • What you got cookin good lookin?

    • What’s shakin’, bacon?

    • What’s the deal banana peal?

    • What’s the deal, Batmobile?

    • What’s the plan, Stan?

    • What’s the story, morning glory?

    • What’s the word, Bird?

    • What’s the word, hummingbird?

    • What’s your number, Cucumber?

    • Why so cranky, Yankee?

    • Why so glum, Chum?

    • Why so sad, Chad?

    • You snooze, you lose.

  • IDIOMS / PROVERBS

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    An idiom is a combination of words that has a figurative meaning owing to its common usage.

    Click here for a new idiom everyday

    Read more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Idiom

  • TOEFL GRADING RUBRICS

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    Preparing for the TOEFL exam and need some help on how the grading works – check out the below:

    Speaking Rubrics

    Writing Rubrics

    Good Luck …

  • TOEFL – WRITING / SPEAKING TOPICS

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    For all TOEFL students – find below a comprehensive list of topics you can use in preparation for your exam.

    You can use these for both the speaking and writing sections, get use to this type of questions and history may repeat itself (or one of these topics).

    TOEFL Sample Topics

    Good luck …

  • CAR PARTS

    AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: ESL

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    Teaching ESL about cars and parts.Ever need a nice pic PDF picture dictionary …

    Download here