Active and Passive

Sentences can be active or passive. Therefore, tenses also have "active forms" and "passive forms." You must learn to recognize the difference to successfully speak English.   Active Form   In active sentences, the thing doing the action is the subject of the...
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TONGUE TWISTERS

   1- Practice jaw exercises to enhance clarity of speech. Use a mirror to aid you in this step. Here are three exercises to help. These also help relax the jaw, making speech a lot clearer: Make wide chewing motions while humming gently. Stretch every muscle in your jaw and face....
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Values and benefits of outdoor education, training and recreation

Outdoor education, training and recreation promote active learning through direct personal experience and offer excitement, fun and adventure within a framework of safety. Active learning and adventure outdoors can take place in a variety of environments: rural and urban, local and more remote....
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Pros and Cons

Pros Convenience  It's not just a matter of studying language in your pajama pants; studying online removes many inconveniences of local language schools, such as long drives to and from the school and limited or conflicting class schedules. Quality  If a language student is...
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Learning English through sharing rhymes

Using rhymes Simple rhymes are thought to be innate in most cultures. From the time young children begin to talk, many enjoy playing and experimenting with sounds by themselves  a precursor to later enjoyment of rhymes. Most seem to have skills and a built-in drive that enable them to...
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