This is a game that a graduate student and I developed several years ago with the goal of having students review the parts of the periodic table. For each group I provide the following: Periodic Table with the states of matter at standard temperature.
I don't understand two sentences in this lesson. Could you explain the meaning? The Korean Won doesn't go far here! They are both casual expressions. In the sentence The Korean Won doesn't go far here!
So things seem very expensive. It is not enough, is the overall idea. There are 6 people for dinner! One chicken won't go far. Martin from the Czech Republic Question: In the sentence "I take my lunch with me every day because the food in the cafeteria is terrible".
Why do you say 'the' cafeteria instead of 'a' cafeteria.
And in the sentence "I take my lunch with me every day because the food in the cafeteria is terrible" Answer: We say 'the' because we know exactly which cafeteria we are talking about - there is only 1 in the building.
If we said 'a' caferteria, we would not be sure which one - it could be anywhere as there are many in the city. In the sentence "We all studied for our test together the other night" Good question! In this case, we do not need to qualify the test because 'our' is like 'the' Lesson 2 Laszlo from Hungary: I have a question about past simple vs.
Laszlo, you are correct. The word 'just' is the thing that makes the difference between past simple and present perfect. Was the action at a time that is still important to the speaker's life now? It can be very recent: Another word that you always use the perfect tense with is yet.
I have not sold my house yet. Ghazanfar from India Question: In this lesson you said that we use present perfect for the activities which starts in past but still carried on in present as well. Do not you think it is for "present perfect continuous".
The present perfect tense is one that even the most advanced learners can have confusion with. I live In Australia now.Writing a review of an author's work challenges students to develop their critical thinking skills.
It provides an opportunity for students to speak their minds—and to .
English lesson plans for Grade 9 Golfing green Writing a persuasive text: the water park proposal Listening to an argument: painting John’s room Resource sheets for the lessons Using these lesson plans Lesson plans and 9.
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PP created for Year 8 students. Please give feedback. In this lesson students review concepts from Unit 2 through playing a Periodic Table Poker game and completing a review study guide. Unit 2 review feelthefish.com Previous Lesson. Next Lesson. Related Lessons. Density of Gases. 8th Grade Science Â» Heat Transfer and Interactions of Matter.
Study Guide. Parts of Speech. The parts of speech are the eight different kinds of words: noun, pronoun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction and interjection.