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Future Perfect Tense – HeadsUpEnglish.com

Learn about how to use the future perfect tense in your writing and speech with simple examples and related printable, downloadable information. Learning to use the future perfect tense correctly will help writers convey their ideas about time and place more effectively.

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Introducing a New Study Tool

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We are making a lot of changes here at Englishspark.com.  We are adding a lot of new ways to have fun studying English.  We are trying some new study tools.  I hope you like the latest addition to our lineup - mini lessons.  These are short lessons about a certain topic.  In the next few [...]

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Mr. Campbell: We have an employee complaint and a possible lawsuit. She is the branch manager of the New York store. Mr. Chambers: What is her complaint? Mr. Campbell: She is saying that she has hit a glass ceiling. She was expecting a promotion and it was given to man with less education and work [...]

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About 2 years ago, I thought I was going to change the world by cataloging most of the worksheets and lesson plans on the web.  It seemed like a simple idea and one that could potentially pay off.  I've had a lot of trouble trying to find a good worksheet from time to time.  It's [...]

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Mr. Maru: Hey Sparky! What are you doing? I'm so excited! Sparky: Wow, you seem happy. What happened to you? Mr. Maru: I'm getting married! I'm going to be so happy! Sparky: Yes, I see. Who is the lucky bride? Mr. Maru: Here, let me show you a picture. Sparky: Oh, she seems very beautiful. [...]

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It seems that everyone is going crazy about the buzz and fame Twitter.com established in the cyber world. Well, why not? Twitter is a free service that lets us keep in touch with our loved ones, relatives, and friends through the exchange of quick and everyday answers to one very easy question: What are you [...]

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Dot Your i’s and Cross Your t’s

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Mr. Campbell: We have our financial meeting next week with the CFO.Mr. Chambers: Right, he wants to see the books.  Are they ready?Mr. Campbell: Yes, they are ready.  I want the the bean counters to take another look at them.Mr. Chambers: Good idea.  The CFO is very picky.  We need to dot all the i's [...]

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This lesson plan is about the new rating system for video games. A new system called PEGI (Pan-European Game Information) warning symbols will be used so parents would know what games to buy their kids. This lesson plan is very comprehensive. It includes listening, reading, discussion tasks for students as well as language exercises which [...]

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On TV: Angie: You took my mePhone!Bob: I will never give you your mePhone back! I need to use Twitter!Angie: I loved you until you took my mePhone.Bob: That hurts. Later, Mr. Maru and Sparky are talking: Mr. Maru: Did you hear about Bob and Angie?Sparky: Oh yeah, they are fighting again. She said he [...]

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Internet Anagram Server

This is a very basic site that gives you all the possible anagrams for a given word or short phrase.  Very useful for designing lessons.

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