More about WikiProfe
Some years ago, I realized that I had accumulated a lot of teaching material and decided to create a web page to share this information with a wider audience. The site was originally divided into three levels, each of which contained grammar explanations and a variety of exercises. There was a section on false friends, another on common mistakes and even a section where you could listen and do dictations. More sections were added over the years, the last one dedicated to job interviews. All in all, I was quite satisfied with my efforts, totally unaware that my page had a serious flaw. It was not searchable. Time and again I would want to use an exercise that I knew I had written and discovered that it was difficult to find. For that reason I now have a wiki, originally described as "the simplest online database that could possibly work".
Who is MyProfe?
MyProfe's real name is Gordon Dionne, email@example.com. He was born in Boston many years ago but lives in Madrid, where he has been teaching English to Spaniards since 1980.
What can I do here?
You can browse the articles and follow the links that interest you or you can use the search box to look for some specific information.
Which links should I click on?
Search over 14250 files in WikiProfe
Why should I use the search box?
The search box is the best way to find an answer to a specific question or doubt. If you don't find what you're looking for or you're not satisfied with the explanation let me know and I will try to find an answer and add it to the site. email: firstname.lastname@example.org