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  1. 51. learning | 10 Feb 2013

    The sleepiest baby: Time-switching activity

    Learning English verb forms

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » This very fuzzy video clip of an extremely sleepy baby is a big hit with both students and teachers. It is fun to talk about both before and after you see it, but you will have to be careful with the verb forms you choos...

  2. 52. learning | 20 Jan 2013

    Have you ever seen this man?

    Learning English verb forms

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Have you ever seen this man before? This simple question helps make clear the idea behind the "perfect" (perfective aspect) in English. (Includes Brandy's 1998 hit music video "Have You Ever")

  3. 53. learning | 16 Sep 2012

    Finding stories on Storycorps

    Listening materials

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Yesterday I introduced you to Storycorps, a website where you can find and listen to hundreds of very short stories told by ordinary Americans. Best of all, you can see what they said. Today, we’ll take a closer look at ...

  4. 54. learning | 19 Jun 2012

    Gambling addiction: When you just can't stop

    About health

    By Jon Fernquest

    » Gambling becomes sickness when thrill of winning or losing is so great, you can't stop, even if you lose everything.

  5. 55. learning | 11 Jun 2012

    Story-telling with Google Street View

    Describing a trip

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » It is fun telling people about things you really know and with Google Street View you can actually show them what you are talking about. Follow along as I take my trip to work.

  6. 56. learning | 27 Mar 2012

    Getting started with Google Street View

    Virtual sightseeing

    » Google Earth (top) is great if you like looking at the world from an airplane, but if you want to put your feet on the ground, Google Street View (bottom) is for you.

  7. 57. learning | 02 Sep 2011

    bruise

    Words in the news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » a mark that you get on your body if you are hit or if you knock against something แผลฟกช้ำ, รอยฟกช้ำ

  8. 58. learning | 30 Nov 2010

    Chronobiology

    THE CHINGCHOK Hunter

    By David Canavan, Newspaper section: Learningpost

    » Have you ever been in the house waiting for your father or husband to come home and about 10 minutes before he walks in, the dog seems to instinctively know he is on his way? Or do you hate waking early at "work time" on...

  9. 59. learning | 29 Nov 2010

    Unwanted visitors on the increase.

    Easy English news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » If you live in Bangkok and you have had an unwanted legless visitor in or near your home, you are not alone.

  10. 60. learning | 19 Oct 2010

    Laughing less

    News shorts

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » If you seem to laugh less as you grow older, you are not alone.

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