Can two people fall in love over the internet without meeting each other first? What are some of the good and bad things about online dating?

Do you know anyone who has met their husband or wife online?

For example, if a student taps on the word “brought,” they’ll see this: Plus, these great videos are all accompanied by interactive features and active learning tools for students, like multimedia flashcards and fun games like “fill in the blank.”It’s perfect for in-class activities, group projects and solo homework assignments.

Describing people is attractive has a lot in common with me has lots of money/wealth has a high level of education is interesting/creative is patient has good communication skills has a sense of humour has a good family background has the same ethnic background is open with his/her feelings has a good sense of fashion is outgoing/sociable has a positive outlook in life is open-minded is easy-going Tags: conversation, EFL, English, englishwithjo, ESL, foreign language, friendship, Grammar, internet, jo gillan, joanna gillan, Learn, learning, Lessons, marriage, neighbour, neighbours, Online, relationship, relationships, second language, Vocabulary, work This entry was posted on Tuesday, May 15th, 2012 at am and is filed under Conversation Lessons.

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It’s got a huge collection of authentic English videos that people in the English-speaking world on the regular.

There are tons of great choices there when you’re looking for songs for in-class activities.

Where is the best place in your city to take a date?

What can you do if you want to save money and go on a date?

If you like getting adults highly engaged in learning English, you’ll love using Fluent U in your classroom.

Fluent U takes real-world videos—like music videos, cartoons, documentaries and more—and turns them into personalized language learning lessons for you and your students.

You’ll find music videos, musical numbers from cinema and theater, kids’ singalongs, commercial jingles and much, much more.