Military Terms in the Novel Doomsday Weapons of Yu. Scherbak
Author tries to show the development of military terms in the independent Ukraine. Their analysis shows the pluses and minuses of the Ukrainian state policy in the sphere of defence's building. He considers all levels in spreading this type of terms in connection with hopes of Ukrainians.
11 Ways to Help You Prepare for Your IELTS Test
Have you planned your IELTS test? Preparing for the IELTS test is not simple and requires a lot of time and practice. It is advisable to draw up a lesson plan and stick to it. Here we present 11 ways to help you prepare for your IELTS test
How to Become a Good Conversationalist
Some people are good conversationalists and others love to communicate with them. There are some very bad conversationalists and people dread trying to have a decent conversation with them. Are you a good conversationalist?
The Lost World of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in the Silent Movie
In this article it says about the history of a new trend of the cinema production. The Lost World opened the area of dinosaurs that has been lasting from 1925 till our days. The author analysed the script, the play of actors, the role of producer, and the writer using the intermedial method.
The Script of the Elephant's Child After R.Kipling for the School Theater
The author underlines that extra-curricular works in English may have the same value as the lesson's activities. In playing, artistic form pupils receive a lot of interesting information.
Things That You Should Know Before Taking on a New Language
Thinking about learning a new language? This article will provide insight and possibly inspiration.
Three Words I Learned this Month – Photoperiod, Logophile, and Apricity
This article discusses three words that weren't part of my personal vocabulary before January 2021. They're new to me if not to you!
How the Coronavirus Pandemic Gave Rise to “New” Words
Discover "new" and trending words that have been inspired by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Academic, Cultural and Global Effects of Bilingual Education System
This twenty-first century is the best time for globalization which is really bringing the whole world very close. Bilingual education system has huge contribution to get the world almost in our hand as it is helping in communication by using English as first or second language over the world.
Knowing Self Through NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming)
NLP is a highly positive resource that should only ever be used in an ethical manner to brainwash individuals (self or others) to amend change in their thoughts and behaviors so to achieve DESIRED GOALS.Studies show NLP can be successfully used in every walk of life to transform oneself and others.
Distinguishing Between Knowledge, Intelligence, and Wisdom
We all tend to use the terms "knowledge", "intelligence", and "wisdom" interchangeably. But should we?
Why Learners of English as a Second Language (ESL) Face Punctuation Problems
Punctuation problems are a common experience to speakers of English as a second language. When the teaching is rule-based learners forget easily. Other problems include mother tongue interference and translation.
Heritage - 44: Yorkshire Dialect (3), Maister Class (Stick Wi' It Ahsumivver* It Goes!)
Full marks, you've graduated this far! Before long you'll qualify for your Yorksher Citizenship, so keep it up. This is the final leg of your pilgrimage, so enjoy. The only test will be real life...
Heritage - 43: Yorkshire Dialect (2), How It Works... 'Summat Lahk It, Any Road'
Yorkshire dialect, English but almost as mysterious as that of the Inuits. A language that needs translating into Standard English. Welcome to the Practical Aspect of understanding 'Tyke' (Yorkshire)
Language Discrimination: English as a Language of Social Power
Language discrimination can lead to generalized negative evaluations of those with an imperfect command of English. This, in turn, can lead to negative self-evaluations and self-fulfilling prophecies.
Heritage - 41: Understanding English, a Language Still Unfolding - Like a Rose
Here's an analogy: The English Language is a timeless, living being that has developed over the past fifteen hundred years. It is a breathing, feeling creature that nurtures our minds with new ideas
How to Teach English as a Second Language to Adults (Part 3)
This hub features more tips for how to teach English as a second language to adults and focuses on writing activities that can be used in the classroom.
Every Word Tells a Story 13 - Museum, Miniatures and Mausoleum
In this ongoing series of word origins, we visit 'M' for our monumental musings on the history of some M words.
How to Teach English as a Second Language to Adults (Part 2)
Discover more ESL speaking activities and how to teach English as a second language to adults. Part 2 of this series gives advice on classroom management and using movies and realia for learning.
How to Teach English as a Second Language to Adults (Part 1)
This hub features some fundamental tips for how to teach English as a second language to adults and younger learners in an ESL / EFL classroom.
Linguistic Mind Control and the Illusion of Free Will
Not only are linguistics one of the most powerful ways of programming the human mind but they also influence your decisions each and every day. Symbolism, metaphor and circumstances also do the same.
How to promote Language development using Marion Blank's levels of questioning
Includes free downloadable language development pictorial aids complete with questions based on Marion Blank's "levels of questioning". Suitable for literacy development, language delay and Autism.
10 Idioms for Danger: Or Expressions Which Are Followed by, "Oh Shit!".
As English speakers we hear an expression and know instantly there is the potential for danger. We instinctively know what action to take. If you are new to English, these idioms can cause confusion.
ESL Business English Lesson Plan Intermediate Plus - Money
Read about the man who accidentally threw £4.3 million in the bin with this Business English-focused lesson plan. Suitable for intermediate students.
Fun Activities to Practise the Present Perfect Continuous
Need to practise the present perfect continuous? Try out these 4 useful and motivating ideas to help your learners remember this tense.
ESL Lesson Plan Intermediate Plus - The Meaning of Color
Engaging lesson plan about color and its meaning. Emphasis is on speaking in this activity. Suitable for intermediate, upper-intermediate and advanced levels. Lots of fun!