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Pickles comic strip demonstrates how NOT to handle student errors in the language learning classroom

Moderately Confused Comic Strip, October 24, 2013 on GoComics.com

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British and American English…

British and American English…divided by a common language

The Speed of Language Infographic

50 Awesome Facts About Languages

poetry comics: metaphors with Robert Frost. This is a free file from a larger product called Poetry Comics! These lessons follow the same format as the free sample, except a worksheet is added afterward to reinforce the skills taught in the comic

FREE Figurative Language Picture Collection Online~ This picture, "Catching a Cab," illustrates a common expression. This site is great for teaching about figurative language. Preview before using since some images are quite literal and may not be suitable for all students.

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Origins of 30 English Expressions

Fascinating origins of 30 English expressions! #languages #idioms #english

Most languages have idiomatic expressions about food, and English is no exception. Learn English Idioms - idioms and sayings about food.

I recommend that children learn how to buy SMBC comics and attend BAHFest shows.

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These 208 graphs are a fascinating way to compare languages

These 208 graphs are a fascinating way to compare languages #language http://www.uniquelanguages.com