Are the following two sentences grammatically correct? Also, do they sound natural to a native speaker?
1. Our classes are generally funny and relaxed, except when we have to write a test.
2. At the weekends I usually go to the beach or do some yoga.
How would you explain the difference and usage of disappoint, disappointing, and disappointed used in sentences to a learner of English?
I've found that it's the last two that causes the most problems because both are adjectives.
Can anyone recommend me some good ways to teach non-native kids English writing and reading?
They can now read and write in their first language and were learning English in this year, but from next year they will have to learn to read and write English words.
Do you think the following topics are appropriate for intermediate level:
I'd like to use these topics in converstion classes. Unfortunately I haven't met the learners yet.
Any help is appreciated
I have these two sentences:
1. I always meet him where I least expect.
2. Do you remember the place where we first met?
According to my key, only the first sentence is an adverbial clause of place.
Why the second one isn't?
Thanks for the answer.
Well, I read a lot as well as listen to music and watching movies in English, but it seems to me a bit slow. Perhaps I'm just impatient :-D
Does anyone have some good old technique? :-D