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Contact us here or at ESLHCMC@gmail.com for the answers and additional information.1- Which of these expressions mean "at a time in the future"?some dayone of these daysone of those daysthese days2- Which of these sayings would you like to hear?That'll be the dayYour days are numberedThis is definitely not my dayYou made my day3- Which is the odd o…
 
***WARNING - This podcast contains adult subject matter - Listener discretion is advised ***Due to the sensitive nature of this subject, please write to ESLHCMC@gmail.com for the transcript or exercises based on the material covered in the podcast. Thanks.
 
Exercise 1: Match the animals with their definitionsDonkey, whale, shark, goose, eel, parrot, tiger, fly A large fish with very sharp teeth and a triangular fin on its backThis fish is a mammal and it breathes through a hole on its headThis animal is a water bird; it looks like a duck but larger and is famous for being a house keeperThis bird can b…
 
A petite story:They met when she was an au pair for an English nouveau riche family and he was a chauffeur for the next door cafe owner. They had to work their way through college although he was the son of a chargé d'affaires and she was the daughter of a bureau de change owner. It was coup de foudre. Both shared an interest in music genres such a…
 
ABC of Love - Version One with idiomsA is for apple. You’re the apple of my eye. B is for blind. I choose to be blind willingly. C is for conquer. Our love conquers all. D is down. You never let me downE is for eyes. I only have eyes for you.F is forgive and forget. That’s how you are. G is short for gold. I struck gold when I found you. H is when …
 
green beltgive someone/ get the green lightbe/ go/ turn/ make someone green with envyhave a green thumbgreen about the gillsthe green-eyed monstera grey areagrey mattermen in grey suitsbe in the pinksee pink elephantsbe tickled pinkbrownie pointsturn/ go/ be as red as a beetbe in the redcatch somebody red-handedroll out/ put down/ lay out the red c…
 
To kindle your creativity as well as make light work of your English learning, we thought of an activity called “Life project”. If you look "life" up in a dictionary, you will find its transcription; “life” ends with a dipthong: the vowel sound /ai/. We would like you to find all possible words ending with this /ai/ sound. Below are our examples cl…
 
-Exercise One-Please assign the correct rating to the following movies. The movie ratings are G, PG, PG-13 and R. The Lord of the Rings trilogyThe Back to the Future trilogyThe Matrix trilogyThe Toy Story TrilogyHarry Potter and the Goblet of FireHarry Potter and the Sorcerer's StoneHarry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets-Exercise Two-Please match …
 
Phrasal verbs and idioms using the word "look"look like look alikelook around look over look through look into look away look the other way look down on look down one's nose at look sharp look small look back never look back look after look out for someone look out for something look out look for look for trouble look forward to look up look up to …
 
-Pre-listening exercise-Match the animals with their group name. Example - A school of .... fishA colony of... cattleA pack of..... gorillasA pod of...... beaversA gaggle of... antsA swarm of.... wolvesA family of... beesA herd of..... ratsA flock of.... antsA band of..... birdsA plague of... geeseParagraph exerciseI have a brother. He’s 2 years ol…
 
I’m pretty sure any of us here whether a native speaker or English language learners have learnt the English alphabet. We have a variety of songs to teach ABC to children in general and adults in some cases. In order for learners to memorize the pronunciation of these letters, we, educators associate them with things around us. For example A is for…
 
AchillesCinderellaTomAlecDickJohn HancockLarryJackThomasMurphyHobsonFreudJaneRileyPandoraJonesAdamDr. JekylParkinsonSheilaMidasMcCoyFridayParker Uncle TomPrince CharmingSolve the paragraph of riddles to find the names. Draw a family tree using these names. What is the surname of this family?He’s just an ordinary man. However his brother is a know-i…
 
This podcast part one of a short series and will teach you some common words, expressions and American slang used to describe the movie going experience. This lesson will have 3 parts. Part one will be vocabulary; Part 2 will be a sample conversation; and Part 3 will test your understanding with several questions. Parts 4 and 5 are for ESL Disciple…
 
This podcast will introduce you to common American idioms that use the word "white". In the first half of the podcast we will review the expressions. The second half is a dictation exercise that will test your understanding of these idioms. If you would like a full transcript of this podcast or additional exercises, please write to us at ESLHCMC@gm…
 
-Exercise One-Match the expressions with the correct definition.A heavy sleeper a light sleeper insomnia go out like a light not sleep a wink/not get a wink/not get a wink of sleepa- medical condition where one cannot sleep properly or sleep enoughb- fall asleep or lose consciousness suddenlyc- one who can sleep through noise or distractionsd- not …
 
She’s my neighbor. She goes ___ ___ ___ ___ Silly or at least people ___ ___ ___ to her face like that. She has a one-track mind, namely, to ___ ___ name for herself. In ___ ___ ___ fame, she has many times embarrassed herself. She ___ ___ ___ in all competitions organized by big corporations, game shows, promotion campaigns... ___ ___ ___, in hope…
 
Coming to you from the heart of Vietnam, This is Mr. Richard's ESL in Ho Chi Minh City. Welcome one and welcome all, I am your host, Mr Richard. Thanks for tuning in, this is the 31st epidsode of ESL in Ho Chi Minh City: Western Names. We will review vocabulary and go over some of the finer points of names. If you'd like a transcript of this episod…
 
This podcast will introduce you to common banking terms. If you would like a full transcript of this podcast or additional exercises, please write to us at ESLHCMC@gmail.com Here are some of the most common words used in everyday banking: Money = well if you don't know what money is, I cannot help you, please pause this podcast and seek professiona…
 
This podcast will introduce you to common American idioms related to the subject of nature. In the first half of the podcast we will review the expressions. The second half is a dictation exercise that will test your understanding of these idioms. If you would like a full transcript of this podcast or additional exercises, please write to us at ESL…
 
This podcast will introduce you to common American idioms that use the word "black". In the first half of the podcast we will review the expressions. The second half is a dictation exercise that will test your understanding of these idioms. If you would like a full transcript of this podcast or additional exercises, please write to us at ESLHCMC@gm…
 
This ESL podcast will teach several idioms using the word "blue" and puts your learning to the test with a dictation exercise. The color blue is one of the three primary colors. Blue has many different shades; such as sky blue, baby blue and navy blue. Blue can be associated with royalty, but it is also the color of the common man. Almost everyone,…
 
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