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1945: USA Drops Nuclear Bombs On Japan
The USA drops atomic bombs on two Japanese cities at the end of World War II.

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Illustrated Aircraft Vocabulary Twenty common words used to describe parts of an airplane. You can download this image as an A4/A3 wall poster from our free ESL posters page.

Illustrated Aircraft Vocabulary

Expressions Quiz: Law You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests comprehension of common English expressions used when talking about the law.

Expressions Quiz: Law

Listen&Learn: The Silk Road Learn about the historic trade routes across Eurasia.

For Teachers: TEFL Articles Essays and articles related to teaching English as a second or foreign language. If you wish, you can submit an article for publication

For Teachers: Animal Body Parts Activity Sheet Whilst animal names may seem relatively easy to remember compared to other aspects of English vocabulary, the same cannot always be said for the parts of their bodies. And animal lover or not, you’ve got to admit that some of these words are pretty handy to know. The exercises in this activity sheet help to familiarize students with Animal Body Parts, offering them fun and varied practice through an array of written and spoken exercises.

Expressions Quiz: Conflict You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests comprehension of common English expressions used when talking about dealing with conflict.
Expressions Quiz: Conflict

Listen&Learn: Joan of Arc Learn about the young girl who led the French army in battle.

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