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Learning English Idioms
Get up on the wrong side of the bed
Eat your words
in the doghouse
Get off someone's back
Awakened in a cranky, or grouchy mood.
admit that something you said was wrong
in trouble
To stop bothering someone
Get up on the wrong side of the bed
Awakened in a cranky, or grouchy mood.
Eat your words
admit that something you said was wrong
27 terms
Language Learning IDIOMS&PHRASAL VERBS
to bring the subject alive
day-to-day life
to pick on somebody
Stop picking on me!
ożywić temat
codzienne życie
znęcać się nad ludźmi
Przestań się mnie czepiać!
to bring the subject alive
ożywić temat
day-to-day life
codzienne życie
27 terms
Language Learning IDIOMS&PHRASAL VERBS
to bring the subject alive
day-to-day life
to pick on somebody
Stop picking on me!
ożywić temat
codzienne życie
znęcać się nad ludźmi
Przestań się mnie czepiać!
to bring the subject alive
ożywić temat
day-to-day life
codzienne życie
27 terms
Language Learning IDIOMS&PHRASAL VERBS
to bring the subject alive
day-to-day life
to pick on somebody
Stop picking on me!
ożywić temat
codzienne życie
znęcać się nad ludźmi
Przestań się mnie czepiać!
to bring the subject alive
ożywić temat
day-to-day life
codzienne życie
27 terms
Language Learning IDIOMS&PHRASAL VERBS
to bring the subject alive
day-to-day life
to pick on somebody
Stop picking on me!
ożywić temat
codzienne życie
znęcać się nad ludźmi
Przestań się mnie czepiać!
to bring the subject alive
ożywić temat
day-to-day life
codzienne życie
27 terms
Language Learning IDIOMS&PHRASAL VERBS
to bring the subject alive
day-to-day life
to pick on somebody
Stop picking on me!
ożywić temat
codzienne życie
znęcać się nad ludźmi
Przestań się mnie czepiać!
to bring the subject alive
ożywić temat
day-to-day life
codzienne życie
15 terms
English Idioms Learn
Rain cats and dogs
Have a finger in every pie
A sight for sore eyes
Lead a dogs life
To rain very heavily
To be active in many situations
To be a welcome sight
To have an unhappy life
Rain cats and dogs
To rain very heavily
Have a finger in every pie
To be active in many situations
12 terms
English Language Idioms - October
on the right track
on the same page
warm-up
like clockwork
thinking almost correctly or doing something that will lead t…
in agreement, thinking the same way
an activity done at the beginning of class to get students re…
happening regularly or consistently, predictable
on the right track
thinking almost correctly or doing something that will lead t…
on the same page
in agreement, thinking the same way
19 terms
English Language Idioms - 06 (February)
up the creek
up the creek without a paddle
on an empty stomach
to be half the battle
in a very difficult position
in a very difficult position
at a time when you... haven't eaten for a while
the major part of what is... needed to complete a task
up the creek
in a very difficult position
up the creek without a paddle
in a very difficult position
28 terms
English Language Idioms - 05 (January)
to hit the books
to break the ice
an ice-breaker
to give ( someone) the cold shoulder
to study very hard
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
an activity that helps strangers... relax and get to know each o…
to give unfriendly treatment to... someone you know
to hit the books
to study very hard
to break the ice
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
28 terms
Middle School English Language Idioms
to hit the books
to break the ice
an ice-breaker
to give ( someone) the cold shoulder
to study very hard
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
an activity that helps strangers... relax and get to know each o…
to give unfriendly treatment to... someone you know
to hit the books
to study very hard
to break the ice
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
14 terms
Politics and the English Language Idioms
Ring the changes on
Take up the cudgel for
Toe the line
Ride roughshod over
~에 변화를 주다
~를 대신 변호하다
윗사람의 명령에 따르다
함부로 대하다
Ring the changes on
~에 변화를 주다
Take up the cudgel for
~를 대신 변호하다
11 terms
English Language is Fun idioms
put a bug in your ear
dish the dirt
i'll be beside myself
raining cats and dogs
to make a suggestion to someone
to spread gossip
extreme state of emotion
its raining really hard
put a bug in your ear
to make a suggestion to someone
dish the dirt
to spread gossip
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Middle School - English Language Idioms
to put all one's eggs in one basket
the bottom of the barrel
nothing to write home about
by the book
to rely on only one option... for success
someone or something... of the lowest quality
not very interesting or appealing
by following the rules... very strictly
to put all one's eggs in one basket
to rely on only one option... for success
the bottom of the barrel
someone or something... of the lowest quality
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English Language Learning
basic interpersonal communication
cognitive/academic learning proficiency
Sheltered Instruction
Transitional Bilingual Education
-the spoken skills of the language community and are acquired…
-is the set of language skills needed to function in the acad…
Promotes use of techniques and strategies for making grade-le…
Teaching in students' native language provides support as the…
basic interpersonal communication
-the spoken skills of the language community and are acquired…
cognitive/academic learning proficiency
-is the set of language skills needed to function in the acad…
35 terms
English Language Learning
abhor
affable
amiss
despondent
To hate
Friendly
in a wrong or imperfect way
a.失望的,意气消沉的
abhor
To hate
affable
Friendly
12 terms
English language learning
ELL characteristics
reason for disproportionate representa…
appropriate assessments strategies
ELL common misconceptions
*reluctance to speak... *excessive circumlocution... *difficulty ch…
*inappropriate assessment measures and evaluation procedures…
*asses the child in both their native language and English be…
*labeling an ELL as learning disabled will at least get them…
ELL characteristics
*reluctance to speak... *excessive circumlocution... *difficulty ch…
reason for disproportionate representa…
*inappropriate assessment measures and evaluation procedures…
40 terms
Learning, education, english language
Elementary school
Determinative
I had gone to shool
My nieces
Általános iskola
Meghatározó
Iskolába jártam
Unokahugaim
Elementary school
Általános iskola
Determinative
Meghatározó
10 terms
ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARN
List Techinques!
Inclusive and Exclusive Language:
Rhetorical Questions:
Connotations:
Evidence: Using evidence is very persuasive as it makes the r…
Inclusive and Exclusive Language: Inclusive language such as…
Rhetorical questions are questions that do not require and... an…
Connotations: The connotation is the emotional meaning associ…
List Techinques!
Evidence: Using evidence is very persuasive as it makes the r…
Inclusive and Exclusive Language:
Inclusive and Exclusive Language: Inclusive language such as…
18 terms
english: learning the language of argument
argument
claim
counterargument
evidence
a series of statements intended to justify some opinion
an opinion than can be justified by further evidence and inte…
an alternative interpretation of evidence that challenges rat…
that part of the argument that is interpreted in support of t…
argument
a series of statements intended to justify some opinion
claim
an opinion than can be justified by further evidence and inte…
126 terms
COLLINS EASY LEARNING ENGLISH-English Idioms
go the whole nine yards
not born yesterday
into the wide/wild blue yonder
a zero-sum game
to do something possible to the fullest extent
not as naive or easily being deceived as people think
on a journey to a faraway place which is unfamiliar or myster…
a situation in which if one people gains advantage,someone el…
go the whole nine yards
to do something possible to the fullest extent
not born yesterday
not as naive or easily being deceived as people think
12 terms
History of English and Learning Language
Britons
Romans
Angles & Saxons
Normans
earliest civilized people in England... 800 B.C. to 430 A.D.... spo…
invaded in 43 A.D.... Romans spoke Latin... Upper-class = Latin... Com…
invaded in 449 A.D.... Spoke German... Latin + German = "English"... E…
invaded in 1066 A.D.... led by william the conquerer... spoke frenc…
Britons
earliest civilized people in England... 800 B.C. to 430 A.D.... spo…
Romans
invaded in 43 A.D.... Romans spoke Latin... Upper-class = Latin... Com…
27 terms
Animal Idioms from BBC learning English
to monkey around
monkey business
to make a monkey out of someone
busy as a bee
means to behave in a silly or a careless way... (example : We'll…
we can call bad or dishonest behaviour 'monkey business'... (exa…
try make someone look stupid... (example : i'm not trying to "ma…
if someone is very busy or is moving around quickly doing lot…
to monkey around
means to behave in a silly or a careless way... (example : We'll…
monkey business
we can call bad or dishonest behaviour 'monkey business'... (exa…
17 terms
Middle School - English Language Idioms (December)
a fish out of water
to take it easy
to burn the candle at both ends
music to my ears
someone who feels out of place
to relax; to calm down
to try to do more than you have time to do successfully
good news
a fish out of water
someone who feels out of place
to take it easy
to relax; to calm down
28 terms
Middle School - English Language Idioms (January)
to hit the books
to break the ice
an ice-breaker
to give ( someone) the cold shoulder
to study very hard
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
an activity that helps strangers... relax and get to know each o…
to give unfriendly treatment to... someone you know
to hit the books
to study very hard
to break the ice
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
17 terms
Middle School - English Language Idioms (December)
a fish out of water
to take it easy
to burn the candle at both ends
music to my ears
someone who feels out of place
to relax; to calm down
to try to do more than you have time to do successfully
good news
a fish out of water
someone who feels out of place
to take it easy
to relax; to calm down
Middle School - English Language Idioms (May)
to throw someone... under the bus
to throw someone... to the wolves
to throw something together
to throw people together
to sacrifice or betray (someone) ... who doesn't deserve it
to leave someone unprotected... from danger or an attack
to put make or do something in... a hurried and/or careless way
to bring (people) together in a... casual and/or unusual way
to throw someone... under the bus
to sacrifice or betray (someone) ... who doesn't deserve it
to throw someone... to the wolves
to leave someone unprotected... from danger or an attack
17 terms
Middle School - English Language Idioms (May)
to throw someone... under the bus
to throw someone... to the wolves
to throw something together
to throw people together
to sacrifice or betray (someone) ... who doesn't deserve it
to leave someone unprotected... from danger or an attack
to put make or do something in... a hurried and/or careless way
to bring (people) together in a... casual and/or unusual way
to throw someone... under the bus
to sacrifice or betray (someone) ... who doesn't deserve it
to throw someone... to the wolves
to leave someone unprotected... from danger or an attack
12 terms
Middle School - English Language Idioms (October)
on the right track
on the same page
warm-up
like clockwork
thinking almost correctly or doing something that will lead t…
in agreement, thinking the same way
an activity done at the beginning of class to get students re…
happening regularly or consistently, predictable
on the right track
thinking almost correctly or doing something that will lead t…
on the same page
in agreement, thinking the same way
Middle School - English Language Idioms (January)
to hit the books
to break the ice
an ice-breaker
to give ( someone) the cold shoulder
to study very hard
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
an activity that helps strangers... relax and get to know each o…
to give unfriendly treatment to... someone you know
to hit the books
to study very hard
to break the ice
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
8 terms
Basic Language Learning Phrases - English & Arabic
نسأل لتحديد شيء
نسأل لترجمة شيء
نسأل لتكرار شيء
طلب لإبطاء
What is that?
How do you say _____ in English?
Could you repeat that, please?
Please speak slowly
نسأل لتحديد شيء
What is that?
نسأل لترجمة شيء
How do you say _____ in English?
8 terms
Basic Language Learning Phrases - English & Arabic
نسأل لتحديد شيء
نسأل لترجمة شيء
نسأل لتكرار شيء
طلب لإبطاء
What is that?
How do you say _____ in English?
Could you repeat that, please?
Please speak slowly
نسأل لتحديد شيء
What is that?
نسأل لترجمة شيء
How do you say _____ in English?
60 terms
Unit 1,Learning languages/english
chinese
english
french
russian
chinois
anglais
francais
russe
chinese
chinois
english
anglais
10 terms
4th grade learning :) ;) English Language Arts
ability
accurate
address
afford
the power or skill to do somethin
exactly correct
direct a question at someone
have the financial means to do something or buy something
ability
the power or skill to do somethin
accurate
exactly correct
Learning to read English as Second Language
Profiles of Bilingual and Multilingual…
Rationale for Learning about ELL Suppo…
Achievement Gap
Historical Trends
+Between 1993 and 2003, emergent bilinguals increased from 2.…
+Demographers predict that children of color will constitute…
NAEP... *ELL 4th graders: Only 30% scored at or above basic leve…
*Common language promoting social unity; one people/one langu…
Profiles of Bilingual and Multilingual…
+Between 1993 and 2003, emergent bilinguals increased from 2.…
Rationale for Learning about ELL Suppo…
+Demographers predict that children of color will constitute…
113 terms
History of the English Language--University of Wisconsin Independent Learning
Etymology
Phonology/Phonetics
Phoneme
Phonetic Transcription
The origin and history of a word, or the study of.
The units of sound (phonemes) of a language with their possib…
The basic unit of phonology. A sound that is capable of disti…
A written representation of speech sounds.... Example: [æ]
Etymology
The origin and history of a word, or the study of.
Phonology/Phonetics
The units of sound (phonemes) of a language with their possib…
55 terms
English Language A2 - Learning to Read
Syntactic Cue
Contextual Cue
Miscue Cue
Graphophonic Cue
Applying knowledge of word order to work out the word
Searching for an understanding of the situation in the story
Making errors - a child misses a word or substitutes that wor…
Looking at the shapes of words, linking these to familiar gra…
Syntactic Cue
Applying knowledge of word order to work out the word
Contextual Cue
Searching for an understanding of the situation in the story
67 terms
Common English Language Idioms 일반적인 영어 숙어
A hot potato
A penny for your thoughts
Actions speak louder than words
Add insult to injury
Speak of an issue (mostly current) which many people are talk…
A way of asking what someone is thinking
People's intentions can be judged better by what they do than…
To further a loss with mockery or indignity; to worsen an unf…
A hot potato
Speak of an issue (mostly current) which many people are talk…
A penny for your thoughts
A way of asking what someone is thinking
8 terms
English 9: Unit 4: LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE. (New words )
University (n)
national (a)
international (a)
improve (v)
/ˌjuːnɪˈvɜːsəti/:an institution at the highest level of educa…
/ˈnæʃnəl/ :connected with a particular nation; shared by a wh…
/ˌɪntəˈnæʃnəl/ :connected with or involving two or more count…
/ɪmˈpruːv/ :to become better than before; to make something/s…
University (n)
/ˌjuːnɪˈvɜːsəti/:an institution at the highest level of educa…
national (a)
/ˈnæʃnəl/ :connected with a particular nation; shared by a wh…
English 9: Unit 4: LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE. (New words )
University (n)
national (a)
international (a)
improve (v)
/ˌjuːnɪˈvɜːsəti/:an institution at the highest level of educa…
/ˈnæʃnəl/ :connected with a particular nation; shared by a wh…
/ˌɪntəˈnæʃnəl/ :connected with or involving two or more count…
/ɪmˈpruːv/ :to become better than before; to make something/s…
University (n)
/ˌjuːnɪˈvɜːsəti/:an institution at the highest level of educa…
national (a)
/ˈnæʃnəl/ :connected with a particular nation; shared by a wh…
13 terms
Words To Learn Any Language English TO French (Transportation)
Transportation
gasoline
engine
bicycle
transport
essence
moteur
vélo
Transportation
transport
gasoline
essence
23 terms
Exam English Use of English- Part 3- Second Language Learning
there has been
in recent
young
take up a second
much debate
times
people
language
there has been
much debate
in recent
times
13 terms
Words To Learn ANy Language English To French(Colours)
red
green
blue
light
rouge
vert
bleu
lumière
red
rouge
green
vert
25 terms
I like English - III. Learning Languages
ability
admiration
adoration
ancient
képesség
csodálat
rajongás
ősi, ókori, antik
ability
képesség
admiration
csodálat
16 terms
SAT english vocab (The Language of Ideas and Learning)
abstract
anthropology
comprehensive
construe
existing as an idea but not as a tangible experience
study of human cultures
complete, thorough
to interpret in a particular way
abstract
existing as an idea but not as a tangible experience
anthropology
study of human cultures
75 terms
English in Mind 10e / Unit 1 / Learning languages
Chinese
English
French
German
chinois
anglais
français
allemand
Chinese
chinois
English
anglais
67 terms
English 10 unit 1 Learning languages
Chinese
English
French
German
Chinois
Anglais
Français
Allemand
Chinese
Chinois
English
Anglais
19 terms
6 Minute English BBC "Learning languages"
Show off
Trait
Although
Considered
Выпендриваться
Черта
Несмотря на то что
Считается
Show off
Выпендриваться
Trait
Черта
16 terms
learn and refresh (9th grade english/language arts)
prose
plot
irony
analogy
ordinary writing as distinguished from verse
a small area of ground covered by specific vegetation
incongruity between what might be expected and what occurs
drawing a comparison in order to show a similarity
prose
ordinary writing as distinguished from verse
plot
a small area of ground covered by specific vegetation
16 terms
English Homework 3 Learning Languages Online
előny
összehasonlítani
hagyományos
mivel
advantage
compare
traditional
since
előny
advantage
összehasonlítani
compare
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