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Language Focus: Active and Passive Voice

Introduction We use the passive voice when we want to describe an action, but it doesn’t matter – or we don’t know – who or what does/did it (called the …

Problem-Solving: Step 4

This week, we’re going to learn about the final step in the problem-solving process. Step 4: Evaluate the solution Now that we’ve chosen our solution, it’s time to implement it. …

Describing Possible Outcomes

In the discussion, the students talked about the possible outcome of different decisions. To do this, they often used a grammar structure called the first conditional. Here are some examples …

Mechanical Engineering

In this video, Arash introduced the topic of mechanical engineering. Here are some of the key words from the video. Click to hear the pronunciation. Practise saying each word and …

Problem-Solving: Step 3

This week, we’re going to learn about the third step in the problem-solving process. Step 3: Select a solution Now that we’ve defined the problem and have some ideas, it’s …

Language Focus: Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Introduction Countable Nouns Countable nouns refer to things that we can count. Objects, people and animals are usually countable. Here are some countable nouns from the reading passage: award plant …

Making Suggestions

In the discussion, the students made a lot of suggestions. They used different phrases to do this. Here are some phrases from the discussion: How about…How about we roll up …

PPE

In this video, Arash explained some important concepts and terms about personal protective equipment (PPE). Here are some of the key words from the video. Click to hear the pronunciation. …

Civil Engineering

In this video, Arash introduced the topic of civil engineering. Below are some of the key words from the video. Click to hear the pronunciation. During the course, we will …

PPE

In this video, Arash explained some important concepts and terms about personal protective equipment (PPE). Here are some of the key words from the video. Click to hear the pronunciation. …

Language Focus: Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Introduction Countable Nouns Countable nouns refer to things that we can count. Objects, people and animals are usually countable. Here are some countable nouns from the reading passage: award plant …

Language Focus: Active and Passive Voice

Introduction We use the passive voice when we want to describe an action, but it doesn’t matter – or we don’t know – who or what does/did it (called the …

Problem-Solving: Step 4

This week, we’re going to learn about the final step in the problem-solving process. Step 4: Evaluate the solution Now that we’ve chosen our solution, it’s time to implement it. …

Problem-Solving: Step 3

This week, we’re going to learn about the third step in the problem-solving process. Step 3: Select a solution Now that we’ve defined the problem and have some ideas, it’s …

Describing Possible Outcomes

In the discussion, the students talked about the possible outcome of different decisions. To do this, they often used a grammar structure called the first conditional. Here are some examples …