Learn where to use “denken” and its ‘partners’ and where “glauben” or another verb is more appropriate to say, ” I think …” in German.
Do you get confused between what and which? Unsure when to use who? Sort out your problems by following these rules.
Are you never sure what order those trigonometric ratios come in? What’s divided by what to produce what? Use these simple trigonometry mnemonics as memory aids to never have to worry about it again.
Learn how to spell the progressive (or continuous) form of verbs. This series explains the rules to help you add -ing to verbs correctly.
What’s the present continuous tense for, and when can you NOT use it?
Learn when c is pronounced [s] and when [k] in English. This simple-to-understand rule will ease your pronunciation problems.
German prepositions that require the use of the accusative case describe where something is or where it’s going. In this article, you can learn the commonly used German prepositions which take the accusative case and how to use them correctly around town.
This ESL lesson plan has students listening and speaking to practice the two “th” sounds of English. The article also includes a maze game where students can work individually or in pairs to get from START to FINISH on their maze by pronouncing the “th” words correctly.
Get those facts and figures into your brain quickly and easily. Learning to use mnemonics brings fun to studying.
This differentiated team activity is suitable for students of mixed ability up to Grade 7. We have some great free downloads to encourage learning basic angle types, and you can use them again and again.
This differentiated team activity is suitable for children up to Grade 7 as an introduction to or a revision of the basic angle types. Includes downloads of powerpoint and flashcards.
In this second lesson in our series on learning Scots Gaelic, recycle what you already know. Use the structure “tha + pronoun” with present continuous verbs to talk about what people are doing right now.
Learn vocabulary to help you get around in a German-speaking area. Ask for and understand directions to specific places around town.
Get the most out of the literature you read. Cut down on the amount of times you have to read and re-read to find quotes. This grid will save you valuable studying time and organize your work right from the start.
This lesson plan gives an easy “in” to reading “1984”. Get students thinking critically about the content right from the start of the novel.
Latha math! Ciamar a tha sibh an-diugh? Scottish Gaelic is still around. Let’s try to keep it alive and kicking.