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Enseigner et Apprendre l'Anglais avec les TICE
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There is a house with four walls. Each wall faces south. There is a window
in each wall. A bear walks by one of the windows. What color is the bear?
The Idiom Connection. Each idiom is defined and used in context: Animal idioms, Arm/Hand/Legs idioms, Bird idioms, Business idioms, Clothes idioms, Fish idioms, Insect idioms, Reptile idioms, Medical idioms...+ quizzes.
Etymology. More than once we've heard a language student muttering, "English is a crazy language." Explore idioms, etymology and other idiosyncrasies of English!
More idioms Idioms, homonyms, proverbs.
Idioms add color to language. Help FunBrain.com's grand master, Salvabear
Dali, finish his paintings by identifying the correct expression. Choose a
theme and a game option. For young ESL beginners.
Page of links to other Ireland sites. Topics listed: general interest, Famine sites, Gaelic, Travel,
Archaeology, Music, Sports, Irish fun, Politics, History, News, Path to
Legends. A journey through the worlds of Robin Hood, King Arthur, d'Artagnan and other swashbuckling characters of balladry, fiction and film, from the shores of Avalon to the dungeons of Zenda. Includes excellent background information on Arthurian legend, and a long booklist of adult and juvenile books based on the Arthurian stories.
Encyclopedia Mythica A well-organized, quick reference to gods and goddesses, legendary creatures, and monsters from a wide range of world mythologies and folklore.
Myths and Legends A vast collection of links to information and texts.
The Castle of Spirits Everything you want to know about Urban Legends, Classic Ghost Stories and the Unexplained.
Urban Legends "Urban Legends" are tales that have been passed from person to person, over the years, and told as true stories. Here are a few of the best known tales of urban terror.
Fairy Tales Writing activity for ESL students.