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Fun MAKE and DO Controlled-practice Activities Collocations with make and do games and other stimulating practice activities.

Choosing the Best Route to Teaching English in Thailand Comparing recruitment agencies, direct hire, and TEFL placements for teaching in Thailand, focusing on the pros and cons of each method

Navigating the TEFL Requirement for Teaching English in China How to fulfil China's TEFL certification requirement amidst limited course availability within the country

How to Teach Make and Do How to present and practice collocations with the verbs make and do.

6 Fun Adjective Word Order Activities Putting adjectives in the right order games and communicative speaking activities

The Differences Between Teaching English Online and Abroad Exploring key distinctions between teaching English online and abroad, from flexibility and income to cultural immersion and career growth

How Safe Is Latin America for English Teachers? Safety concerns for teaching in Latin America can be mitigated with local knowledge, ensuring a secure and enjoyable experience

The Growing Appeal of Teaching English in Eastern Europe Eastern Europe, with nations like Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, abounds in ESL opportunities, often overlooked beside Western Europe

Teaching English in Europe as a non-native English speaker In Europe, teaching credentials and experience are valued, while in Asia, native English speaker status is often prioritised

How to teach comparative adjectives Adjectives with -er and more teaching tips, including what students find difficult about comparatives and ways to present them

How to teach play, do and go Verbs with sports teaching tips, including verb + sport collocations games

Affordable English teaching destinations in the Middle East Exploring teaching opportunities in the Middle East , contrasting high-cost UAE, Qatar with affordable Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait and Turkey

Thailand’s top teaching locations pros and cons Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket - TEFL in Thailand is about finding the right balance between professional aspirations and personal preferences in these varied and vibrant settings

Can you teach English in China without a degree? No it's illegal to teach in China without a degree, but Taiwan is possible with Associates or working holiday and Hong Kong with working holiday

Teaching in the Middle East amidst the current war Is it safe to teach English in the Middle East amidst the current conflict? And a look into the safe locations: the UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia...

12 fun make and do speaking activities Stimulating verb + noun collocations with “make” and “do” classroom activities

How to teach superlative adjectives Adjectives with “most” and “-est” teaching tips, including what to teach about superlative adjectives, common difficulties with making and using them, and how to present them with and without comparatives.

12 fun describing objects activities Stimulating practice of language for describing materials, shapes, uses, etc of physical things such as products

How to teach this and that How to present the two most basic demonstratives in adult and young learner classes, including typical student confusions when using “this” and “that”

Can you teach English in Thailand without a degree or TEFL? A degree is required in Thailand, but non-degree-holders can work in nearby Cambodia. A TEFL certificate is not required in Thailand, but can help

9 fun this and that games Nine stimulating this and that classroom practice activities, including drawing games, active TPR games, flashcard games and a memory game

How to teach describing objects Describing physical things teaching tips, including presenting and practising how to describe objects, and describing objects games

For teachers: Homework: Non-Gradable Adjectives This useful Worksheet helps students practise Non-Gradable Adjectives in three different ways.

University terms quiz You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests some of the terms covered in the glossary of University Terms in our Vocabulary section.

For teachers: Homework: Reported Speech Tom said that he was bored, I asked him where he lived...

For teachers: Homework: Prefixes Was the steak OVERcooked or UNDERcooked? Did you PREview the film, or did you REview it? It’s quite amazing how so few letters can have such a drastic effect on the meaning of a word!

How to teach describing people Talking about what people are like teaching tips

How to teach predictions with will and going to Teaching the contrast between future forecasts with will and future forecasts with going to

Insurance terminology quiz You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests some of the terms covered in the glossary of Insurance terminology in our Vocabulary section.

For teachers: Homework: Adjective Suffixes -ing, -ous, -able, -ive, -ful...

Subordinating conjunctions A subordinating conjunction joins a subordinate (dependent) clause to a main (independent) clause

Coordinating conjunctions A coordinating conjunction joins parts of a sentence (for example words or independent clauses) that are grammatically equal or similar. A coordinating conjunction shows that the elements it joins are similar in importance and structure

Maths terms quiz You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests some of the terms covered in the glossary of Maths terms in our Vocabulary section.

Loan terminology quiz You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests some of the terms covered in the glossary of Loan Terminology in our Vocabulary section.

For teachers: Homework: Noun Suffixes -al, -er, -ess, -ment, -ness, -sion, -tion, -y...

Internet terms quiz You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests some of the terminology covered in the glossary of Internet Terms in our Vocabulary section.

For teachers: Homework: Possessive Pronouns mine, yours, his...

5th-generation warfare terminology This glossary includes a range of English terms and vocabulary commonly used when talking about 5th-Generation Warfare also known as 5GW, Hybrid Warfare and Unconventional Warfare.

9 fun activities for words with opposite meanings Stimulating communicative opposites practice

11 fun irregular plurals activities Stimulating presentation and practice activities for irregular plurals from “women” to “bacteria”, including irregular plurals communicative activities

Nuremberg Code terminology quiz You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests some of the terms covered on the page about the Nuremberg Code in our vocabulary section.

Nuremberg Code terminology Here's a glossary based on the Nuremberg Code and informed consent

Mortgage terminology This glossary includes a range of English terms and vocabulary commonly used when talking about mortgages.

Insurance terminology This glossary includes a range of English terms and vocabulary commonly used when talking about insurance

For teachers: Homework: Zero Conditional

If I don't get exercise, I get fat
The dog growls when it's angry

Globalization vocabulary quiz You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests some of the terms covered on the page about Globalization in our Vocabulary section.

Less common numerical expressions quiz 🤔 You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests some of the terms covered on the page about Less common numerical expressions in our Vocabulary section.

For teachers: Homework: Countable vs Uncountable Nouns job/work, suitcase/luggage...

For teachers: Homework: Tag Questions You don't like garlic, do you?...

For teachers: Homework: Phrasal Verbs put up, turn off, break down...