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Don't mess with a tiger, unless it's a paper tiger 紙老虎. Making friends with a tiger's absurd,Of such friendship nobody has heard;With one snap of its jaw,Your friendship's no more,So a less dangerous friend is preferred. Find out more at BritishIdioms.com, where you will also find the idioms Interactivity.
275 (Two hundred and seventy-five) Lessons
This is video 4 of a series of 8. These videos look at marriage through the words of some famous people. This video uses the words of an anonymous person plus the painter Hogarth. The video gives one reason that so many marriages fail to survive.
154 (One hundred and fifty-four) Interactivities
I’ve noticed one word which seems to cause great problems for students in many countries. The word is, explain. Many students use the word explain incorrectly. I thought I’d make this short lesson and explain how to use explain correctly. So listen carefully and I’ll explain how to use this word.
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Trees are some of the longest-lived things on our planet. Some trees can live for thousands of years. This CLIL type Video English Lesson will help you to learn the language of trees with visual reinforcement of key vocabulary. There is also a great Interactive Quiz that you can do online and which will help you to learn and understand the new vocabulary in the lesson. You can also download a PDF version of the quiz to use in the classroom.
99 (Ninety-nine) Podcasts
I’ve noticed that some of the insects I have taken pictures of seem to have pupils like we do. The pupil is the black hole in the middle of your eye, which allows light to enter. Most insects have compound eyes, so why do some insects, like this dragonfly, seem to have pupils, too? I thought I’d take a closer look…