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!Mira que luna! Look at that moon! Resources for learning English

!Mira que luna! Look at that moon! Resources for learning English
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Learning English while laughing with the daily comic strip by Ed Stein.

Learning English while laughing: Comic strip by ED STEIN.
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About Freshly Squeezed

Liz and Sam have it all: a happy marriage, a precocious preteen son named Nate, and a house that's just the right size for the three of them. Then, Liz's parents move in. Grandpa Irv is a kindly but occasionally grumpy Korean War vet who loves watching TV, bickering over politics, and spoiling his grandson. His wife Sarah is equally strong-willed, whether urging Irv to diet, questioning her daughter's parenting choices, or finding surprising success as an advice blogger.

With an estimated 50+ million Americans living in such families as of today, Freshly Squeezed is a refreshing look at newfound family togetherness after the economic collapse. Can three generations of one family share their lives, their feelings, their dwindling fortunes and a bathroom — and keep their sense of humor in the process? Pay a visit to the Freshly Squeezed family to find out! Freshly Squeezed is the brainchild of Ed Stein, an award-winning political cartoonist. He created the local comic strip, Denver Square, for the Denver Rocky Mountain News for 12 years. He lived the Freshly Squeezed life first-hand when his kids were little and his 80-year-old father moved to Denver.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Movie Segments to Assess Grammar Goals: Ender's Game: Adjectives that Describe Personality

Movie Segments to Assess Grammar Goals: Ender's Game: Adjectives that Describe Personality:

Great love story

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Culips English Podcast|Dancing at different ages | Culips ESL Podcast

Culips English Podcast|Dancing at different ages | Culips ESL Podcast:

ESL Podcast

A word to the wise is enough


Possible interpretation: A very brief warning or explanation is enough for an intelligent person.Note: the wise (noun): wise (intelligent) people | This proverb is also found as: "A word to the wise is sufficient."
Quick Quiz:
If "a word to the wise is enough", then an intelligent person will understand
  1. the briefest explanation
  2. only one-word explanations
  3. without a word being spoken
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Laughing is the best way of learning: Ed Stein's comic strip helps students to improve our knowledge of English.

Freshly Squeezed