#112 English Teachers Everywhere Web Site

Published on December 10, 2006

Contents
=> Introducing English Teachers Everywhere (www.ETseverywhere.com)
=> In the Next Issues

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#111 Proverbs

Published on December 2, 2006

Contents
=> “Partial Proverbs” - a creative writing and thinking activity
=> “Unknown Proverbs” - a creative writing and thinking activity
=> “Noun-less Proverbs from the Sakha Republic” - gap-fill
=> Proverbs and Lies - a team activity
=> 5 More Activities to Do with Proverbs
=> A note for mail.ru people
=> Answers: Complete Proverbs
=> In the Next Issues

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#110 Slavic Influence on American Music

Published on November 21, 2006

Contents
=> “The Slavic Influence on American Music” - text
=> “Further Explorations in Slav-American Music” - research tasks
=> In the Next Issues

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#109 Flags, Nation, and Nationalism

Published on November 7, 2006

Contents
=> Introduction: Flags, Nation, and Nationalism
=> “Flag Questions”
=> Einstein on Nationalism
=> The Origin of the Russian Flag: Research Project
=> In the Next Issues

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#108 3 Halloween Songs

Published on October 29, 2006

Contents
=> “Ghost at the Door” - poem/song activity and free mp3 audio file
=> “Mr Candlelight” - poem/song activity and free mp3 audio file
=> “Dancing With the Skeletons” - Movement exercise and free mp3 audio
=> In the Next Issues

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#107 People Types 5

Published on October 22, 2006

Contents
=> “People Types 5″ - words to describe people, and exercises
=> “Holodomor Memorial to be Built in Washington” - text
=> In the next issues

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#106 A Word Root Quiz

Published on October 2, 2006

Contents
=> A Root Word Quiz
=> Make Your Own Root Word Quizzes
=> Answers to the Word Root Quiz
=> In the Next Issues
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Evaporation

Published on August 30, 2006

This piece of fiction originally appeared in the Santa Clara Review, 1993.

EVAPORATION
by
Kevin McCaughey

At ten on Saturday mornings we go to the Melrose Coffee Roasting Company, which is the glamorous name of our local cafe. The clientele is very healthy. Around us are spandex tights, tennis shoes, biking helmets, bright-colored jogging shorts, which Glenda associates (I don’t know why) with Pepsi-Cola. There are always several pretty woman. Glenda likes watching people as much as I do, and I am not sure if this is unusual for a girl her age. The noise is somehow calming–the hiss of steaming milk, the whir of the grinder, and the blurred consonance of voices that have not in a long time experienced sadness or strangeness.
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#105 Washington, D.C.

Published on August 25, 2006

Contents
=> About this Issue
=> “Surprises of Washington”
=> “What’s a D.C. anyway?”
=> “Shevchenko in D.C.”
=> What’s Special About this Issue?
=> In the Next Issue

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#104 “-en” Verbs from Adjectives

Published on

Contents
=> “-En” Verbs from Color Adjectives
=> “-En” Verbs Collocations
=> “-En” Verb Gap-Fills
=> In the Next Issues

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