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Anglo-Link

I’ve just found Anglo-Link, where teachers of English explain some of the basics in English grammar. You can learn about lots of things, for example when to use the simple present and when the simple progressive is better. Or when … Continue reading

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Listen to Scottish and Irish

These are two old TV-series you can watch on Youtube. Take in the beautiful scenery and listen to the Scottish and Irish accents. Scottish: Hamish Macbeth starring Robert Carlyle. Irish: Ballykissangel

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News in Levels

I’ve just discovered a new site which I think will be really good to use in class – and for the students to use at home. It’s called News in Levels and, as you might guess, it has news in … Continue reading

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I promise

We have read about how to improve our English, through listening, speaking, reading and writing. Our goals in group 2 are: I promise to speak with myself in English as much as possible. Especially when I’m in the kitchen. I’m going … Continue reading

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English Talk Station

I don’t know the name of the person who has made English Talk Station, but it’s great material if you want to practice pronunciation, listening skills and talking. Click the link below and you can download pdf:s with text + … Continue reading

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Lots to watch at UR

The Swedish Utbildningsradion has opened the gates to all their programs. Click the link below, browse around and find something to watch. Great way to practice your listening comprehension! UR

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Teacher Phil

I just had to make a quick entry and tell you about Teacher Phil on Youtube. Click the link and listen to lots and lots of lessons by Phil. Everything from beginner English to more advanced. Chose a category on … Continue reading

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