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The BBC also has a good site for teachers of English, with free lesson handouts and all sorts of other stuff.

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If anyone knows other sites with free lessons etc. please let us know!
Two sites I use for teaching young children:
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
You might also want to try

It has worksheets and lesson plans you can photocopy and print out. Most of it is grammar, but there are also some vocabulary ones.
Learn English - - Free with a section on ideas for teaching.
May I add in which again is totally free for students and teachers.
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
May I add my website:

There are free teaching materials and some articles that I've written on various teaching related topics.
I need exercises on tenses, especially mixed tenses exercises. I'm teaching a high-school student who needs some extra help. I've already printed out most of the exercises that I found useful (mostly at and I'm afraid that I will run out of them. If you know any good mixed tenses exercises please let me know. It's urgent! Exercises where two tenses are contrasted are also welcome.
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