English Grammar Corner - Speaking Tips

Table of Contents

Passive Voice Speaking Cards
Future Perfect Speaking Cards
Silent Letters when Speaking English
Phrases for Negotiating Price in English
Words to Use Instead of "Very"
Conversation Cards about Christmas
Go Fishing ESL Icebreaker Printable
Useful List of Informal Contractions in English
Speaking Activity: Conversation Cards about Books
Other Ways to Say "For Example"
Different Way to Say "I Think" in English
Questions to Help You Start a Conversations
Tips for Polite and Diplomatic Language
Speaking Tips C1-C2 Levels in English
The Most Useful Phrases For Classroom Language
Top ESL Weather Vocabulary List
Phrases for Asking and Giving Directions in English

 



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Future Perfect Speaking Cards
Here are some great printable speaking cards aimed to practice the usage of the future perfect tense in speaking....

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Silent Letters when Speaking English
When practicing speaking English it can be confusing for language learners to find that certain words have a silent letter that shouldn’t be used. Here we look at some of the most common examples....

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Grammar corner Phrases for Negotiating Price in English

Phrases for Negotiating Price in English
Lessons on negotiating price are common in EFL classrooms worldwide as it is practical language that your students are likely to use when visiting an English speaking country. ...

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Words to Use Instead of "Very"
In English, "very" is used extensively as an adverb to emphasize that something is of a high degree or intensity. However, there are many single words that can be used to say the same thing more effectively. ...

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Go Fishing ESL Icebreaker Printable
This is an easy classroom activity to encourage your ESL students to speak in English. All you have to do is cut out these fish with the questions to play....

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Speaking Activity: Conversation Cards about Books
Using speaking cards is a great way to encourage conversations among ESL learners. The cards act as guides to give the students a direction in their conversations. Below you will find conversation cards about books and reading for your ESL classroom....

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Other Ways to Say "For Example"
The phrase "for example" is used a lot in the English language. Below, we offer a variety of alternatives to mix it up with the phrase that you can use in written papers or when discussing topics in English....

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Different Way to Say "I Think" in English
When debating and stating an opinion in English, "I think" is a very common phrase to use. However, there are many different ways of saying thoughts in English and you can use different phrases as you start speaking. There is a detailed list below. ...

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Questions to Help You Start a Conversations
What is your favorite way to start up a conversation? Whether it's in the English classroom or at a dinner party, it can be very awkward to start talking to people you don't know. The following questions will help you start a conversation and break the ice!...

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Tips for Polite and Diplomatic Language
As a teacher of English as a foreign language, it's a good idea to teach students polite words and expressions right from the start. While diplomatic language often includes difficult vocabulary, it's actually not that hard to add some polite spice to a simple sentence - even for beginner students....

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Speaking Tips C1-C2 Levels in English
Are you about to take an English speaking exam or simply want to improve your speaking skills? These advanced C1-C2 level English phrases are going to spice up your English conversations and make you sound more professional at the same time....

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The Most Useful Phrases For Classroom Language
Teaching English as a foreign language requires a set of certain skills in order to conduct effective lessons and encourage learning in students. Through a TEFL course, you will learn all of these important skills and much more. The following are the most useful phrases for classroom language to be used by English teachers in a classroom full of English learners around the world. The phrases are concise and straight to the point to ensure a steady workflow and positive classroom environment....

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Grammar corner Top ESL Weather Vocabulary List

Top ESL Weather Vocabulary List
Teaching weather vocabulary early on in an English course is a great idea because it is something that the students can practice on a daily basis. Especially during daily warm ups, teachers can always ask about the weather and weather vocabulary comes in handy during other activities too....

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Grammar corner Phrases for Asking and Giving Directions in English

Phrases for Asking and Giving Directions in English
Asking and giving directions is one of the most useful topics when learning English as a foreign language, or any language as a matter of fact. The following words, phrases and expressions will help you and your students understand how to ask and give directions in English....

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