Are you still using GOOD when you could be using SUPERB or AMAZING? This podcast is for you! You can check out the full infographic here: http://purlandtraining.com/free-lessons/infographics/16-boring-words-what-to-use-instead/ Don't forget to subscribe and please leave a comment on iTunes! Thank you!
In this episode we look at quantifiers in English, and find out that there are... many - but not much!
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Join in with this fun listening activity that tests use of English, then check your answers online at purlandtraining.com. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review on iTunes. Thanks! 😀
An unusual meditation on English words that I simply don't like and which make me cringe big-time!
In this podcast I examine some of the English words that I really dislike, and try to work out why I don't like them. Then I create a relaxation tape using these words in an attempt to get over my negative feelings!
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Music: Ignite To Light by P C III. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Talk about the topic of Singing with your friends with these great discussion questions. Download the free discussion questions handout from http://purlandtraining.com Please subscribe and leave a review on iTunes! Thank you!
In this podcast we explore using the popular song Castle on the Hill by Ed Sheeran in an English class. We look at the use of tenses in the song - especially past simple, used to/would + infinitive, and present perfect.
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In this special episode, I spend a fascinating half hour chatting with educator Patrice Palmer about her life, work, and how teachers can go from teacher to teacherpreneur!
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Let's have a fun listening activity on the topic of singing! I'm going to read out loud forty vocabulary words - four words at a time - and you have to either say them out loud or write them down. Check if you've got everything right by downloading the free vocabulary handout from http://purlandtraining.com.
This activity is probably more suitable for learners at Intermediate level and above!
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Learn about how we use question tags in English. This episode is a really exciting grammar one, isn't it? Yes, it is! Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review on iTunes - thanks!
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