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iTTi South Africa Nov 23
Are you a travelling foodie? Street food in Vietnam is something that you have to try. 🍜 As you travel through Hanoi you are spoiled for choice. Ready to go on a taste adventure? A course can help! Get in touch today! πŸŽ“ βœ‰οΈ info@ittisouthafrica.com
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Learner's Dictionary Nov 19
Idiom: the best/greatest thing since sliced bread = used to describe something or someone that you think is very good, useful, etc. He thinks wireless Internet access is the greatest thing since sliced bread.
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Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL) Nov 20
It's hot stuff!!! (ok, so you can't eat PICO... but it is an excellent source of food-for-thought!) Find out more here:
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Kelly Ann Aldinger Nov 23
I asked my students if they celebrate 0/18 do. Let's remember that when planning holiday-themed instruction.
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Learner's Dictionary Nov 24
Idiom: a hard/tough nut to crack = a person or thing that is difficult to deal with, understand, or influence The problem is a tough nut to crack.
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Chris 😷#WearAMask #NotIntentional #FBPE 3.5% 2h
Replying to @JoelBaccas
I remember my course. 5 weeks of hell (& I had 25 years of teaching behind me!). All best. You’ll enjoy teaching others. I really enjoyed teaching refugees. I loved meeting them and watching them grow in confidence.
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Jill Bessette Nov 18
Here we go! Jan 4 2020πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ« this course list makes my heart giddy ❀️
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PeacheyPublications Ltd Nov 17
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π’π‘πžπ’π₯𝐚 π‚π‘π«π’π¬π­π’π§πž π‹πžππžπ¬π¦πš Nov 24
I have been fortunate enough to teach ESL Trainee Teachers over the years, all of who have brought cultural diversity to the learning environment. Congratulations to all NNESTs and wish you all the very best and a bright career ahead! πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅πŸ‡°πŸ‡·πŸ‡»πŸ‡³
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TESOL Intl Assn Nov 20
Today is the LAST DAY to cast your vote in the 2021 Election! All eligible voters have received voting instructions by email.
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Patrick Jackson Nov 23
Really nice ideas here from 12 Student-Pleasing Activities Using Graded Readers
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Iris Yagi Nov 21
I've been looking for a book that addresses the many different aspects of teaching . Delving into the book and β™₯️ it!
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Matthew Noble Nov 23
Looking frwrd to taking part @ my alma mater. One classmate is now a prof there & giving her students a chance to discuss career directions w/ us olden grads. Doubles as a reunion of sorts. We agreed we wish we'd have had more events like this while we were students ✌️
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Agi Bodis Nov 19
Chats in linguistic diversity - part 2 is out
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Remote Teaching Tools Nov 22
RT : Create Reading Activities from Authentic Text in Minutes with Quillionz … from NikPeachey ()
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Agi Bodis Nov 21
Attending & would like to learn more about higher degree research in and ? Come and say hi to our friendly staff from in the Exhibition space today!
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ITTC Bournemouth Nov 20
Thanks BusinessEnglishResources for following ITTC - we look forward to sharing ideas and materials on / with you in future.
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Learner's Dictionary Nov 18
Idiom: miss the boat = to fail to use an opportunity If I don't act now I could miss the boat on this investment.
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PeacheyPublications Ltd Nov 17
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Language on the Move Nov 24
RT : β€œEnglish [language] doesn’t make national cohesion and multilingualism doesn’t break it” Excellent points by Miriam Faine on
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