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Great Infographics for Language Teachers Part 2

This is part two in a series of four parts covering the best infographics for language teachers. As I said in Part One, teachers can print out these infographics and pin them on the classroom wall for students to have access to throughout the whole school year. Given the size of each infographic I could not aggregate them all in one post and instead I divided them into four  parts :

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As a reminder , here is what the first part was about :

Part One : ( Click HERE to access this part )

  •  Definite and indefinite articles
  • All about Adjectives
  • Punctuation
  •  Passive Voice
  • When to use e.g and i.e

Here is what the second part is about

Part Two : ( Scroll down to read Part Two )

1- How to Use Quotation Marks and Punctuation
2- Subjective I wish I were
3- Modal Verbs
4- Ten Tips to Improve your Grammar
5- Parallel Structure

Part 3 : ( Click Here to access this part )

  •  Apostrophes The Importance of Good Grammar
  •  Adjectives Degree of Comparison
  •  Most Misspelled Words
  •  Ten Hyphenation Tips
  •  Fifteen Most Useful Phrasal Verbs

Here is what part four is about :

Part 4 : ( Click Here to access it )

  •  Fourteen Typical Mistakes with Prepositions
  • New Words of 2010
  • The Most Annoying Writing Mistakes
  • Common Rules for Capital Letter Usage
  • The Story of Modifiers

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                                                                  Part Two


1- How to Use Quotaion Marks and Punctuation

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2- Subjenctive I wish I were

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3- Modal Verbs

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4- Ten Tips to Improve your Grammar

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5- Parallel Structure

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