Tag Archives: one-to-one

A Direct TV commercial to teach narrative tenses

Coming back to post about a commercial (or rather, a series of commercials) that can be used as a tool to train (or refresh) narrative tenses. The good thing about this commercial is that it describs and follows a chain … Continue reading

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Used to and other patterns – rethought and put into practice

In the morning today I had a chance to see how my substitution table from the previous post worked. I knew my student would still be struggling with all the 4 patters (get used to, be used to, used to, … Continue reading

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ways of starting an adult 1-to-1 English lesson

How do you usually start your one to one classes? especially the early morning ones? or business English ones? Do you have some favorite or usual ways? Well, here is what I do sometimes: I just love to let people … Continue reading

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