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♦ EFLsuccess.com was created by Michael Krigline (wp.krigline.com) and friends as a place to post materials for English learners and English teachers. Michael is an American who has been “teaching and learning” in China since 2000. All photos, songs, materials, etc. are copyright ©2017 Michael Krigline unless otherwise noted, and were created under our understanding of “fair use” for educational purposes. Visitors are allowed to copy/use them if you abide by our “Standards and Use Policy” (in sum: for non-commercial purposes, and attributed to this website). This website is maintained primarily for the benefit of my students and colleagues, and the many others around the globe who seek to use English as a tool for success in the real world.
♦ EFLsuccess.com是一个由林麦克(www.krigline.com)及其朋友们创建的网站,用以发布供英语学习者和英语教师使用的材料。麦克是美国人,从2000年起就在中国“教书和学习”。除非另行标注,所有图片、歌曲和材料等的版权都属©2017 Michael Krigline所有。这些内容是基于我们对“正当使用”的理解,本着教育的目的而创作的。访问者被允许对其进行拷贝/使用,前提是遵守我们的“标准和使用规则”(简而言之:用于非商业目的,并注明本网站为出处)。维持本网站主要是为我的学生和同事,以及全球使用英语以谋求在现实世界中获取成功的人们提供便利。


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Updated: May 30, 2017 — 7:44 pm

Monthly English Corner & Weekly Quote

  • June English Corner

    Here’s a tip to help improve your reading comprehension. When reading an article or chapter in a book, first read the first and last paragraphs. Then go to each of the subsequent paragraphs and just read the first sentence. Then skim or read quickly through the entire article. This will help you to get ahold of the main ideas and thereby greatly improve your comprehension. Understand the main idea; when reading, it is not necessary to understand all of the new vocabulary words. When many internationals read, they translate every word they don’t understand in a passage. This is known as the Grammar/Translation method and it’s an ineffective way of learning which takes far too much time. Try out the reading method I’ve just described, and I’ll see you next time at the English Corner.  © Mark Peter, M.A. Used with permission.

    Mr. Peter was my colleague at the Agape English Language Institute of Limestone College (Columbia, SC). After teaching ESL to recent immigrants and long-term visitors in the SC Public School System for several years, he returned to China (teaching English in Ningxia). Mark is currently teaching back in the US.
  • Jun 20

    “Our greatest natural resource is the minds of our children.”
    –Walt Disney (1901 – 1966; creator of Mickey Mouse, and the Disney entertainment industry)

    Note: A quote’s original source is not always known, and authenticity has not been verified. To find out about an author, type the name into a search engine (like Google or Baidu). One of my favorite websites for quotations is: www.brainyquote.com/     44

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