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Have you ever ... ? English Conversation Questions - Flash Cards

Have you ever…? 50 Questions – English Conversation Starters

50 questions beginning with Have you ever….? ESL Conversation Starters for English Speaking Practice. I have just created a new video that can be used in the English Language Classroom, ideally for adult or teenage ESL / ELL students at an intermediate level. This video contains 50 conversation questions starting with Have you ever…? Example […]

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50 ESL Conversation Questions - English Teacher Resource

50 ESL Conversation Questions – English Speaking Practice

ESL Conversation Starters – English Speaking Practice about Personal Information I have just created a new video that can be used in the English Language Classroom, ideally for adult or teenage ESL / ELL students at an intermediate level. This video contains 50 conversation questions about personal information, likes and life experiences. Example Questions are: […]

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Learn English on Periscope - Woodward English

Learn English on Periscope

Something that I have heard about, though pretty much ignored the last months, is a relatively “new” app called Periscope (it is only been around about a year). It is owned by Twitter. I love languages so I thought I would check it out to see if it would be of any use helping me […]

To put your foot in your mouth meaning and examples.

Put your foot in your mouth – Meaning

Meaning of Put your foot in your mouth To say or do something that offends, upsets or embarrasses someone else. The thing you said (or did) usually gets you into trouble, especially if you hadn’t thought carefully before speaking or doing it. You embarrass yourself by saying something wrong or inappropriate, something that you should […]

The meaning of the English Idiom: Has the cat got your tongue?

Cat got your tongue?

Cat got your tongue? This is a shortened way of saying: Has the cat got your tongue? This idiom can mean the following: Have you nothing to say? Why are you not talking? Why are you not saying anything? Why don’t you answer me? The idiom is used to compel someone to speak, say something, […]