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 ICAL TEFL Grammar Foundation Course

100% online Grammar Foundation course for TEFL teachers
all areas of English grammar found in the typical classroom covered
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Gender‏‎ in English Grammar19 Dec 2014 10:37
Gender‏‎ in English Grammar

This is a very general guide to Gender in English. Unlike many other languages it is fairly straightforward in English which makes it relatively easy for language learners and explaining it in your TEFL classroom. To begin with and in practical terms, [ ... ]

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Gender Neutral Pronouns in English Grammar18 Dec 2014 18:10
Gender Neutral Pronouns in English Grammar

Life would sound a bit repetitive without pronouns: Brian got up. Brian washed Brian. Later Brian went out. Brian got in Brian's car and drove off. Change a person's name into a personal pronoun and it all gets a little easier on the ear: Brian got [ ... ]

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Correlative Conjunctions‏‎ in English Grammar18 Dec 2014 17:34
Correlative Conjunctions‏‎ in English Grammar

Of all the types of conjunctions, Correlative Conjunctions are perhaps the easiest to identify as they always come in pairs, they always come together and they link two separate but related items of equal value. Pretty much like socks do. Common Correlative [ ... ]

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Teaching the /θ/ and /ð/ sounds18 Dec 2014 15:15
Teaching the /θ/ and /ð/ sounds

A number of students have difficulties producing the /θ/ and /ð/ sounds found in words like: think - /θɪŋk/ thought - /θɔːt/ threw - /θruː/ this - /ðɪs/ that - /ðæt/ those - /ðəʊz/ Note that the main difference between these sounds [ ... ]

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Most Common Words in English18 Dec 2014 14:36
Most Common Words in English

In 1953 the General Service List was published. This was a list of about 2,000 most commonly used words in English. For many years this was used as a basis for materials writing. This list was useful in learning because anyone who knew all the words on [ ... ]

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Indirect/Reported Speech‏‎ in English18 Dec 2014 14:07
Indirect/Reported Speech‏‎ in English

We use Indirect Speech (sometimes called Reported Speech) to repeat and report what someone has said earlier. This is in comparison with Direct Speech‏‎ which is what the person actually says. "Live long and prosper," said Spock. This is direct [ ... ]

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Present Perfect Simple‏‎ in English Grammar17 Dec 2014 17:26
Present Perfect Simple‏‎ in English Grammar

The Present Perfect Simple verb form‎ is used to talk about a past event which has very strong meaning and connection with the present. As you might imagine, it is sometimes difficult to define well as there are many exceptions to its use; different [ ... ]

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Use Both Sides of Your Brain (book)17 Dec 2014 16:28
Use Both Sides of Your Brain (book)

Although the first edition of this book was written in 1974, it is still considered as an ideal presentation of the "modern approach" to mind mapping. Use Both Sides of Your Brain: New Mind-Mapping Techniques uses the latest research on the workings of [ ... ]

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