How to describe a bad person, bad character Adjectives, idiom and more. from the English as a second language teaching blog - @kimgriffithsenglish

How to describe a bad person.

Last week, I told you some adjectives and an idiom about good characteristics of a person’s personality. So this week it is the turn of the negative qualities. Which politician do you think I have included as an example of one of the adjectives? And which adjective? Read on (continue reading) to find out. An idiom, 6 adjectives, study, pronunciation and spelling tip, recommended reading, Adjectives Crossword

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Watch this! A great video from YouTube by Gabby Wallace

I have a bad cold this weekend. So since I can hardly speak I-m going to recommend a great video from a different English teacher on you tube.

My Top 6 for English Learners from April. kimgriffithsenglish.com the web page to practice and improve your English

My Top 6 from April.

Hi! Here are a selection of things that I liked in April for learners of English. I hope you enjoy them.
-Pronunciation: apologies, apologize, A great Mark Twain Quote, Great English Grammar themed jokes, My twitter recommendation: Mel Robbins, Alcohol and fats newspaper clipping, Is the Internet good or bad? A BBC learning English activity, the answers to last week’s song gapfill, a new mini quiz to test your vocabulary

Nobody likes making mistakes or hurting other people, but sometimes we do, so knowing what to say in English in these situations is useful. 6 Ways to say Sorry 6 Ways to accept an apology Sorry seems to be the Hardest Word, song with a gapfill activity Recommended watching - Mel Robbins on why we shouldn't always apologize. From the English Teaching Web Page kimgriffithsenglish.com

Are you Sorry?

Nobody likes making mistakes or hurting other people, but sometimes we do, so knowing what to say in English in these situations is useful.
6 Ways to say Sorry. 6 Ways to accept an apology. Sorry seems to be the Hardest Word, song with a gapfill activity. Recommended watching – Mel Robbins on why we shouldn’t always apologize.