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FREE English Class and Worksheets - The Prodigal Son

FREE English Class and Worksheets – The Prodigal Son

Join me this Wednesday for a free English class on Facebook. We’ll be discussing the story of The Prodigal Son with some brand new reading worksheets.

Click here to register: Free English Class: The Prodigal Son – Reading

Check out our previous Facebook classes here: Free Live English Classes

FREE English Class and Worksheets - The Prodigal SonDownload the worksheets below:



Direct download: https://purlandtraining.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/prodigal-son-reading-who-said-what-1.pdf

FREE English Class and Worksheets – The Prodigal Son

Direct download: https://purlandtraining.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/prodigal-son-reading-who-said-what-2.pdf

FREE English Class and Worksheets – The Prodigal Son

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Brand New Bible Study ESOL Worksheets - Download Now!

Brand New FREE Bible Study ESOL Worksheets – Download Now!

Brand New FREE Bible Study ESOL Worksheets – Download Now!

Let’s improve our grammar skills by learning about question forms in English with the story of Jonah:

Jonah – Wh-Questions 1:


Jonah – Wh-Questions 2:


Jonah – Yes / No Questions 1:


Jonah – Yes / No Questions 2:


Image: Ian Schneider

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FREE English Class on Facebook! Glottal Stops

FREE English Class on Facebook! Glottal Stops

FREE English Class on Facebook!

Wednesday 19th September at 20:15 CEST.

Learn about glottal stops in English with Matt Purland.

Sign up for our free live class on Facebook now!

Click the link below:


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10 English Idioms with Mind - Free Live Class

10 English Idioms with Mind

From make up your mind to out of sight is out of mind, there are lots of English idioms with the word ‘mind’.

We will explore ten of them in a free Facebook Live class tonight (12.09.18). Click the link below to sign up for this free class:


Here is the presentation that we will use during the class:

Class recording:

On September 22, the sun will shine directly on the equator as we experience the autumnal equinox and the official start of fall. Add the September equinox to your list of things to celebrate this month, right along with back-to-school, apple season, and the leaves changing color. This is also a great time to study…

via #CelebrateWithDE – September Equinox — Discovery Education

Nicola Morgan is a multi-award-winning author and international expert on teenage brains and mental health, and the science of reading for pleasure. A former teacher and dyslexia specialist, Nicola was a prize-winning novelist whose career changed after the success of her best-selling examination of the teenage brain, Blame My Brain. In the third of four……

via Technology and teens – do’s and don’ts — World of Better Learning | Cambridge University Press

Paris, Ernest Hemingway famously said, ‘is a moveable feast’ – a city, yes, but also an experience that one holds onto long after one’s Parisian visit has ended. 46 more words

via Café, bistro, or brasserie? A glossary of Parisian dining culture — OxfordWords blog

Glossy prospectuses and slick open evenings, but what should I look for when visiting secondary schools?

via School open days: Eight things to look for — BBC News – Family & Education

By Raquel Thoesen The summer of 2014 looked a bit different for me than for most other university students back home. It took place in the muggy August air of Jeollanamdo—an agricultural province on the southern coast of South Korea, which also happens to be the warmest. Since high school, I had always been drawn…

via Teaching at an English Summer Camp in South Korea — EFL Magazine