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  • Teaching Possessive Proper Nouns to ESL Students
    Possessive proper nouns are proper nouns that indicate possession of or some other relationship to another noun. This article takes you through the grammar rule for a possessive proper noun including spelling and pronunciation rules, use, and teaching examples.
  • Forming Plurals of Regular Nouns in English: Morphological, Spelling, and Pronunciation Changes
    Nouns are traditionally defined as "words that name people, places, things, and ideas." The following article lists and explains the rules for forming the plurals of regular nouns in the English language.
  • What Is a Verb Phrase: Words and Phrases That Complete and Describe Verbs
    The following article identifies the five grammatical forms—auxiliary verbs, prepositions, prepositional phrases, adverb phrases, and determiners—that function within verb phrases in English and includes examples of English verb phrases.
  • The Internal Structure of Noun Phrases in English
    The following article identifies the seven grammatical forms—determiners, adjective phrases, prepositional phrases, verb phrases, adjective clauses, noun clauses, and noun phrases—that function within noun phrases in English and includes examples of English noun phrases.
  • Difference Between Prepositional Verbs and Phrasal Verbs
    The following article describes a lesson plan for teaching ESL students the difference between English prepositional verbs and English phrasal verbs and includes examples to illustrate form and use.
  • A Transportation Lesson for ESL Teachers
    Are you a teacher of English as a second language looking for a lesson plan to teach your students about travel on the road, in the air, on the rails, and on the water in an English-speaking country? Look no further than the following vocabulary and activities focused on travel and transportation.
  • ESL Tips on Email Etiquette
    Communication, irrespective of the mode, requires practice and so does emailing.This article is meant both for people who are already professionals and students ready ready to embark on their careers.
  • Easy ESL Math Lesson Plan: Counting to a Million
    In this exciting and fun free ESL math lesson, your students will laugh, play games, and sing as well as learn to count to a million! This lesson includes two assessments, one song, and a game! Enjoy!
  • Watch me Grow! An ESL Lesson
    Teach English language students the vocabulary needed to describe a variety of growth stages for plants, animals as well as themselves. Learning that every living thing grows and changes helps students understand who they are.
  • Speaking and Listening Activities To Develop Communicative Skills Quickly
    When a person wants to learn English or a foreign language, invariably they wish to speak the language and understand it when it is spoken or heard. Thus enter the need for speaking and listening activities in English. Here are some suggestions for speaking and listening activities.
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