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Read Aloud eBooks with Adaptive Assessment – Video

Posted by englishlessons on May 4, 2018

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AmEnglish.com – Resources

Posted by englishlessons on December 30, 2017

AmEnglish.com® partners with California State University, Monterey Bay to provide CEU credits
CEU credits from California State University, Monterey Bay

For more information, go to our press release

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2017 Academics’ Choice Smart Book award for Mind-Building Excellence

Posted by englishlessons on August 25, 2017

The Read Aloud eBooks series with Adaptive Assessment earns 2017 Academics’ Choice Smart Book award for Mind-Building Excellence

Smart Book Award

Read Aloud eBooks

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Idiom of the week – Be on the same wavelength

Posted by englishlessons on August 1, 2017

Definition:

Think in the same way about something as another person

Examples:


My co-worker and I came up with similar solutions to the problem; we are on the same wavelength.

My husband and I almost always agree on how to handle our children; we are usually on the same wavelength.


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Idiom of the week – Free Rein

Posted by englishlessons on July 25, 2017

Definition:

freedom to say or do things the way you want to

Examples:


My manager gives us free rein to set our work schedules as long as deadlines are met.

Over the summer, we had free rein to explore the island near my grandparent’s house.


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Stand up to something/someone

Posted by englishlessons on July 11, 2017

Definition:

hold one’s position in the face of a challenge

Examples:


I admire her; she stood up to them and risked losing her job.


Standing up for his beliefs gained him the respect of his colleagues.
 

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Idiom of the week – Jump ship

Posted by englishlessons on June 15, 2017

Definition:

desert or defect


Examples:


When that company announced their financial loses, many high level employees jumped ship and went to work for competitors.


I hope our best employees don’t jump ship when they hear about the reduced bonuses this year.

 

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Free Trial for Read Aloud eBook with Adaptive Assessment

Posted by englishlessons on March 29, 2017

The Green Sea Turtle, the first of 45 titles in the Read Aloud eBook series with Adaptive Assessment, is now available online as a Free Trial.

Reading grade level ranges from 2-6 in this series for English language learners.

 

 

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Idiom of the week – Single someone/something out

Posted by englishlessons on March 13, 2017

Definition:

choose someone/something from a group for praise/criticism

Examples:

Her manager singled her out from the group to compliment her on presentation.

The CEO singled out our group of engineers to praise us for our work on the new product.

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Idiom of the week – Lash out

Posted by englishlessons on January 14, 2017

Definition:

Attack with words

Examples:

When he is upset, he lashes out with rude comments in a text message.

When she is angry, she will lash out and scream at people.

 

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