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1776: Declaration Of Independence Approved
13 British colonies in North America claim independence from Great Britain.

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For Teachers: Verb + Noun Collocations Activity Sheet There are many things that native speakers often take for granted, one of which is the innate ability to know which words belong together, particularly which verbs go before certain nouns. Understandably, your average English student might struggle with this as in their own language this may not be the case. This activity sheet helps to familiarise students with common Verb + Noun Collocations, offering them varied practice through a range of different exercises.

Listen&Learn: The History of Airplanes Learn about the flight of the first airplane.

Listen&Learn: Alan Turing Learn about the mathematician whose ideas led to the modern computer.

Listen&Learn: Waiting for Godot Learn about the famous play by Samuel Beckett.

Listen&Learn: Greenland Sharks Learn about the sharks that can live for hundreds of years.

Adverbs List This is a list of common single-word adverbs, showing adverbs of manner, place, time and degree.

Standing Ovation They say that no dictionary has ever been able to define the difference between 'Complete' and 'Finished'

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ESL or EFL? What do ESL and EFL mean? ESL stands for English as a Second Language. EFL stands for English as a Foreign Language. ESL is used when people learn English in an English speaking country. EFL is used when people learn English in a non-English speaking country. Is this important? Not very, if you are a learner. But there are some important technical considerations for teachers.