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The noun present and the verbs give & present can be confusing to use. For today’s English lesson, let’s look at the difference between these words and how to use them in everyday English conversation and writing.

Sometimes English learners have trouble understanding naturally spoken English. One of the reasons for this how native English speaker pronounce certain words. Especially in American English, we pr…

Podcast English Lesson: Besides vs. Beside What is the best answer choice: I hear that _____ Jack nobody want's to sit ______ the window. A. beside / beside -- B. beside / besides -- C. besides / beside -- D. besides / besides Get the answer and a FREE English lesson when you click the link

Podcast English Lesson: TIME is Countable and Uncountable What is the best answer choice: I've been there many ____, especially when I have free ____. A. times/times -- B. times/time -- C. time/times -- D. time/time Get the answer and a FREE English lesson when you click the link

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Should you feel bad or feel badly? Should we say “Jack is poor” or “Poor Jack?” Let’s find out how to use these expressions in English.

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Online Math Manipulatives

5 awesome and FREE online websites for math manipulatives. Perfect for modeling thinking during math mini-lessons and number talks!

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