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Here we go at last! This is the last chapter of the story Two Dates. Are you curious what will happen to Alan, Martha and Bruce. I hope that the ending of the story will surprise you at least a bit and that you will like it. So, what are you waiting for? Start with the mind map and revive what happened in the previous parts of the story Two Dates. Then translate the...

Last week I was teaching past perfect in one of my classes and suddenly one of the students exclaimed: “Finally we are learning something new.” And by new she meant useful as well. I am not sure how useful this tense might be for people who want to speak English but it is certainly very handy for students who want to read in English a lot as past perfect...

Have you been wondering what the big shock for Alan was? The story continues here. Once again you can learn 16 new words and practise them in a game. Then you can check your comprehension with a mind map which once again serves as a worksheet too. The next chapter of the story Two Dates will be the last one, so do not miss it. It will be published on Wednesday 2nd...

The first chapter of the story Two Dates proved to be quite popular. The story will have 4 chapters in all. Here is the second one. Two Dates – Mind map Here is a mind map for the second chapter of the story Two Dates. In my opinion the ideal way to proceed with this post is to learn the vocabulary first. Print out the mind map and then complete the Vocabulary...

This morning I was preparing a presentation for one of my classes on separable and not separable phrasal verbs and suddenly an interesting pattern appeared. It seems that the fact that the particle is separable can be guessed according to the particle that is used. I am not sure whether it works all the time, but it certainly worked for all the phrasal verbs I had...

I don’t know whether anyone will be interested in this mini series called Two Dates. However, as all the research shows that extensive reading helps students improve their English I put it here. There is a short story cut into four parts and a mind map which can serve as a comprehension worksheet. Moreover, you can learn the vocabulary from the worksheet and there...

Posted on Mar 24 2014 - 7:55am by Zdenda
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To learn Passive voice it is necessary to know the past participles. If you do not know the past participles go to our post on Past participle and learn the irregular verbs first. Once you do not have any problems with past participles, it is time to learn the Passive voice in English. Passive voice is used if the subject (the thing before the verb) does not do the...

Posted on Mar 22 2014 - 7:05am by Zdenda
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About 40 days ago I published a post where I summed up all the posts on this website. Since then I have created 17 new posts. Six of them were on vocabulary and 11 dealt with grammar. Here you can see an interactive mind map. If you want to see the given post, click on the mind map and it will open. ADVERT: The summary of older posts can be found at Engames.eu...

In this post you should learn to read and write numbers in English. To help you with this I have created a simple graphical presentation and three games. I hope you will find them useful and that it will help you learn English better. Numbers – Mindmap Have a look at the graphic and read the instructions how to read and write the numbers. Each explanation...

Some time ago I presented here an infographics on present perfect tense. This infographic contains a lot of interesting information but when I tried to teach the present perfect tense using it, I found out that I failed. That is why I have prepared this new one where I try to introduce the form and the basic usage of the present perfect tense. To teach the grammar...