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This is a conversation class based on common vocabulary based around vacations. Learners start off by reading where people like to go on vacations while tuning into key vocabulary.

“Go on at” means “to criticize someone regularly or for a long time”. Example: She’s always going on at her daughter for one thing or another.

“Go on at” means “to criticize someone regularly or for a long time”. Example: She’s always going on at her daughter for one thing or another.

East Coast Mommy: Simple Scavenger Hunt {with printable}

Simple Scavenger Hunt {with printable}

East Coast Mommy: Simple Scavenger Hunt {with printable}. We should do frequent scavenger hunts. Would be great for OT Month!

“Go on at” means “to criticize someone regularly or for a long time”. Example: She’s always going on at her daughter for one thing or another.

“Go on at” means “to criticize someone regularly or for a long time”. Example: She’s always going on at her daughter for one thing or another.

“Go on about” means “to ​talk in an ​annoying way about something for a ​long ​time”. Example: All through dinner Peter went on about his favourite subject - himself.

“Go on about” means “to ​talk in an ​annoying way about something for a ​long ​time”. Example: All through dinner Peter went on about his favourite subject - himself.

This PDF file includes fifteen grammar and spelling charts for present, present continuous, simple past, past continuous, future with 'going to' and 'will,' and prepositions of place. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/ESL-Grammar-Charts-864760

ESL Grammar Charts

Grammar & Spelling Charts - This PDF file includes fifteen clear grammar and…

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