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World Cup 2018 (Lesson Plan, Quiz, and Reading Activity)

World Cup 2018 
World Cup World Cup 2018 lesson plan for teenagers and adults at B1 level and above includes a quiz and a reading activity.Just go here.

World Cup Vocabulary Part 1

World Cup Vocabulary Part 1

Most of us are watching the 2018 World Cup these days, so we will spot the light on the most important vocabulary related to that event in a series of posts.
1-defender 2-football/soccer 3-forward 4-goalkeeper 5-linesman 6-midfielder 7-pitch/field 8-referee 9-substitute 10-manager











Football / Soccer English Vocabulary Game

Football / Soccer English Vocabulary Game


Most of us are watching the  2018 World Cup these days, so this is a game which you can use with your students to have fun and learn new vocabulary about football and soccer.Find the game here.

Top 10 Idioms Illustrated

Top 10 Idioms :piece of cake

Top 10 Idioms :piece of cake (meaning, example, and illustration)

Top 10 Idioms : costs an arm and a leg

Top 10 Idioms : costs an arm and a leg (meaning, example, and illustration)

Top 10 Idioms : break a leg

Top 10 Idioms : break a leg (meaning, example, and illustration)

Top 10 Idioms : hit the books

Top 10 Idioms : hit the books (meaning, example, and illustration)

Top 10 Idioms : let the cat out of the bag

Top 10 Idioms : let the cat out of the bag (meaning, example, and illustration)

Top 10 Idioms : hit the nail on the head

Top 10 Idioms : hit the nail on the head (meaning, example, and illustration)

Top 10 Idioms : When pigs fly

Top 10 Idioms : When pigs fly (meaning, example, and illustration)

Top 10 Idioms : you can’t judge a book by its cover

Top 10 Idioms : you can’t judge a book by its cover (meaning, example, and illustration)

Top 10 Idioms : bite off more than you can chew

Top 10 Idioms : bite off more than you can chew (meaning, example, and illustration)