The difference between such words as “flat” and “apartment” or “lift” and “elevator” has always been of great interest to ESL students. The source of that difference is either British or American English.
Today we suggest that your students take a quiz and try to distinguish between the two dialects.
Speaking activities are, obviously, essential for English language speaking classes. A lot of students join classes particularly to develop their communicative competence, become more fluent, versatile, adaptable, and confident communicators in English. However, designing speaking activities might be time-consuming and nerve-wracking for any teacher. We have prepared a memo with superb ready-made speaking tasks that will make your student talking. Download it here.