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Commonly misspelled English words (infographic)

We’ve shared recently 12 most misused English words, and here is the chart that deals with the same topic. Created by Your…

This, that, these, those Idioma: inglés Curso/nivel: elementary Asignatura: English as a Second Language (ESL) Tema principal: Demonstratives Otros contenidos: englisch English Resources, English Activities, English Tips, English Lessons, Learn English, English Games, Vocabulary Activities, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons

Demonstratives - THIS, THAT, THESE, THOSE

A worksheet to practise demonstratives THIS, THAT, THESE, THOSE. Greyscale included. Hope you find it useful. Hugs mada :) - ESL worksheets

Vowels Go Walking Posters Vowel activities: FREE "When Two Vowels Go Walking" anchor-chart posters.Vowel activities: FREE "When Two Vowels Go Walking" anchor-chart posters. Vowel Activities, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Alphabet Activities, Guided Reading, Reading Mastery, Work Activities, Reading Passages, Reading Comprehension

When Two Vowels Go Walking Posters

4 pages. Three posters with the most popular vowel digraphs that fit the "When two vowels go walking..." rule. Use them as anchor charts, or print the posters off for your students and have them write examples of words that they find that apply to this rule. These vowel posters a...

FREE packet with activities revolving around the rule "When two vowels go walking the first one does the talking." vowel, When Two Vowels Go Walking Activities Phonics Reading, Teaching Phonics, Kindergarten Reading, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Resources, Reading Help, Reading Comprehension, Teaching Ideas

When Two Vowels Go Walking Activities

1-2-3 Come Work On Vowel Digraphs With Me I think most everyone has heard the reading rule “When two vowels go walking, the first one does the talking.” It was probably thought up by a teacher or parent who was trying to make learning to read a bit easier. I learned this rule, and I’ve also taught this rule. While doing so, I made sure that my students said, “but not all of the time.” after they repeated the rhyme. For as we all well know, the English language has many aggravating exceptions…

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Adjectives ending in ED and ING

Adjectives that end -ed' (e.g. bored', interested') and adjectives that end -ing' (e.g. ... you to be confused) -ed / -ing adjectives:

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