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Everyday vs Every Day - English Grammar - Teaching Tips
In this video Linda breaks down the difference between "everyday" and "every day". Due to their spelling, it can be quite hard for non-native English learners to understand the difference between the two. This video explains exactly how to differenciate between both expressions.
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This lesson has taught me the many different past tenses. As it was similar in style to the present tenses, these were a little more difficult to explain. The rules remained easy, but some of the usages were interesting to figure out. It was a good lesson to work out the differences of the past tenses that will be beneficial help teach to any classroom.This lesson gives some structure on how to educate students. It introduces different methods of learning and the different order of phases for which they can be incorporated. It breaks up the learning process into stages that can be easily customized. It is good to know that there is such a thought out and modifiable system in place for teachers to use.