Monthly Archives: June 2010

DIVERSITY

Diversity is difference. Identity is everything. Value the difference. Everyone is special. Respect each other. Share your thoughts. Individuals matter. Try to remember You are SPECIAL.

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Make or Do?

When ‘do’ or ‘make’ are used as main verbs it can be confusing to ESL learners, since the verb ‘make’ goes with some words and the verb ‘do’ with other words. We use the verb ‘do’ when someone performs an … Continue reading

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The modal verb CAN

CAN is a modal verb . It can be used to express ability, to request or offer permission, and to show possibility or impossibility. I can play the violin. ABILITY Ann cannot stay out after 11 p.m.. PERMISSION Can you … Continue reading

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Aurora Borealis

The Aurora Borealis is a luminous display of various forms and colors in the night sky.The Aurora Borealis of the Northern Hemisphere is often called the northern lights. It tends to occur with greatest frequency along a line which extends through … Continue reading

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Days, Months and Seasons

Days Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Months January February March April May July August September October November December Seasons Spring March April May Summer June July August Autumn September October November Winter December January February Play here!

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SAINT PATRICK’S DAY

Ireland’s national day is the 17th of March, the day of Saint Patrick. This is a public and religious national holiday throughout Ireland and an occasion for religious ceremonies, masses or other church services. People usually wear shamrock on this day. … Continue reading

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Telling the time

Learning how to tell the time is essential. We provide you with some links to websites where you can have fun while learning about it! Telling the time 1 Telling the time 2 Telling the time 3

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Some English idioms relating to colours

To be in a black mood =to be irritable, angry or even depressed. To be in black and white = there is written proof of it. To be the black sheep of the family = to be different from the … Continue reading

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And I love her (The Beatles)

I give her all my love That’s all I do And if you saw my love You’d love her too I love her She gives me ev’rything And tenderly The kiss my lover brings She brings to me And I … Continue reading

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Waltzing Matilda

“Waltzing Matilda” is Australia’s most famous folk song, and has often been referred to as “the unofficial national anthem of Australia”.The title has its origins in an Australian expression for travelling by foot with one’s goods in a bag called … Continue reading

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