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This would be a great poster to hang in a classroom as part of walls that teach! Prepositions are something that may be a little abstract for students to understand, but this is a great visual representation of what they are. This could work both on visual representation and skill within language arts. Students could then make up their own poster for another type of word, such as a verb.

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Another website which will provide many different ready-made Business English lesson plans and other sources of information. One can never have too many of these on a favourite’s list, so it is important to keep everything organized and pick from what is needed for the next class. Don’t forget to check BusyTeacher’s own ‘Business Grammar’ and ‘Business Vocabulary’ sections! Do you know any other great Business English websites not on our list? Please add them in comments below!

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"In signing it is usual to establish the topic first, then to explain about it. It is important for you to make sure the person knows what you are going to talk about before you start explaining. Be visual (use gestures to point to the object or write down the heading) if you wish to change topic or to do something else."

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Learning what adjectives are and how to use them. Also a list of adjectives www.facebook.com/learningenglishvocabularygrammar please like our Facebook page

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Cambridge ESOL: Skills for Life: Contract of employment. A whole lesson with a lesson plan and all the printable resources to be used at Entry 3 and Level 1.