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8 Tongue Twisters to improve English pronunciation When learning a language like English, it is important to learn the correct pronunciation right away, not to correct your pronunciation at some point in the future. Being able to work out a particular sound pattern with a tongue twister helps not only with perfecting the sounds of consonants, but also with being able to speak the language quickly and clearly. Learn a few tongue twisters and repeat them several times each day and you will see a noticeable improvement. [GB] The Wire - revue On the cover: Diamanda Galás: The vocalist, composer and interpreter returns to the subjects of disease and diaspora via new work De:formation and her reissued debut album. By Louise Gray. Plus, Global Ear: Artists, writers and organisers from around the world including Mariam Rezaei, Yan Jun, Mai Mai Mai, Cafe Oto and Bruce Russell respond to the new realities ushered in by Covid-19. Dale Cornish: Retaining the mordant wit and performative verve of his electroclash days, the Croydon based producer and performer bristles at the cutting edge of UK electronics. By Chal Ravens.

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'That' or 'which'? Do you sometimes wonder whether to use that or which in a sentence? The key to understanding proper usage of these words is learning the difference between restrictive and nonrestrictive relative clauses. Consider: 50 Popular English Idioms to Sound Like a Native Speaker To understand English as it is spoken in real life, you have to be familiar with idioms. They are used so much in everyday English that it is important to be aware of them. You need to learn what they mean, and how to use them to become an ‘insider’. This blog post will show you some of the most popular English idioms currently in use.

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[GB] The Gentlewoman - revue avec des articles lisibles en ligne The writer of great intelligence and optimism, Margaret Atwood is the face of the 20th issue, for autumn and winter 2019. Inside, the 79-year-old nature-lover, equal rights campaigner and author of 64 books sets out a reassuring roadmap for the future, interviewed on the eve of the publication of her long-awaited novel The Testaments. Alongside Margaret is the epic American artist Kara Walker, mesmerising actor Julia Garner, everyone’s favourite TV presenter Claudia Winkleman, the founder of Extinction Rebellion Gail Bradbrook and the sensational pop star Charlotte Adigéry.

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Predicative Adjectives - Definition and Examples in Grammar Definition Predicative adjective (also called predicate adjective) is a traditional term for an adjective that usually comes after a linking verb rather than before a noun. (Contrast with an attributive adjective.)

The website of the BBC TV channel offers the opportunity to practice English online with grammar, listening and reading exercises. The section “Words in the News” is really useful to keep up to date with the news. One important feature of the website is the pronunciation section. These lessons will help you practice pronunciation on a daily basis. by wlldth Nov 6

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