Monthly Archives: August 2014

Basic English Words for ESL Students – smolder, stuff, sink

The building is smoldering. The pocket is stuffed with a cell phone. The boat has sunk. A) The building is blazing. B) Water is being sprayed on the building. C) The building is smoldering. (A) A) The person is putting … Continue reading

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ESL Words – Basic Level – slither, smolder, drift away

The snake is slithering. The mountains are smoldering. The smoke is drifting away. A) The snake has coiled itself. B) The snake has its tongue stuck out. C) The snake is slithering. (A) A) The sky is completely dark. B) … Continue reading

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Self-Study Video for ESL Students – sit, skim, slalom

A lamp sits on the side table. An airboat is skimming across the water. The skier is slaloming down. A) A man is turning on the lamp. B) A lamp sits on the side table. (A) C) The lamp has … Continue reading

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Teach Yourself English Words – light up, set, sit

The fireworks have lit up the sky. The sun is setting. A vase with flowers sits on the side table. A) The fireworks have lit up the sky. (A) B) Fireworks are being produced in a factory. C) The sky … Continue reading

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English Vocabulary Words for ESL EFL Students – light up, scoop up, scribble

The Christmas tree has been lit up. The digger is going to scoop up sand. The chair has been scribbled on. A) The digger is going to scoop up sand. (A) B) Some workers are carrying sand. C) Some workers … Continue reading

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Basic Words in English for ESL Students – Q & A

What is written on the sign? “NO FISHING” is written on the sign. Have the candles been put out? No. They have been lit. Have prices been raised? No. They have been lowered. Is the dog standing on two legs? … Continue reading

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Basic Words in English for ESL Students – Multiple Choice #”

A) They are going to pitch a tent. (A) B) A tent has already been pitched. C) The people are sitting. A) People are pitching tents. B) The tents have been pitched. (A) C) People are taking down tents. A) … Continue reading

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