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Linguistadores | Learn English, French, German, Dutch, Spanish Free BBC Learning English | Pronunciation Tips Online Speaking and Listening Exercises | Speech Peek Learning Tools - Language Pronunciation Tool The authored component is a digitally recorded question-and-answer set. The aim of this advanced tool is to ask students particular context questions such as "What time did James arrive home from the airport" for which students will have to answer orally into a microphone i.e. "James arrived home from the airport at 6:30." The student receives the correct answer through his/her headphones (authored by the instructor), which is juxtaposed against the student's answer. This tool offers direct learning enhancement by allowing instructors to create their own oral component in any given language. Choose any language and create a question-answer database Voice recording and playback for pronunciation and comprehension Excellent for tonal language practice such as Mandarin or Cantonese Excellent for integrating an oral component into a language syllabus Language pronunciation tool: demo

English Talk Station Svenska För Invandrare kurs C och D: Substantiv Substantiv är den största ordklassen.Se en film där jag förklarar mer om substantiv och de olika formerna. Substantiv är saker, människor, djur, namn och känslor.Läs fler exempel på vad substantiv är här! En och ettSubstantiv kan man säga en eller ett framför. Det finns ingen regel för om ett ord är en eller ett. Du måste lära dig det till varje nytt substantiv. De flesta ord är en-ord. Exempel: En kvinna, en flicka, en pojke, en bil, en skola Ungefär 20% av substantiven är ett-ord. Exempel:Ett hus, ett bord, ett barn, ett arbete, ett rum Singular och pluralSubstantiv heter olika om de är en eller flera. Jag känner en flicka. Jag känner två flickor. Singular: en eller ett. Plural: 2 eller fler. Bestämd och obestämd form När du inte pratar om något speciellt: Obestämd form:Kan du ge mig en bok? Jag vill hyra en lägenhet. När du menar något speciellt:Bestämd form: Kan du ge mig boken? Jag vill hyra lägenheten. Första gången du pratar om något: Obestämd form.Jag har läst en bok. Boken handlade om kärlek.

Phonics Genki Phonics is the fastest and easiest way to learn to read. Check out the video below for how to teach phonics at home... (or for teachers who want results in just 5 minutes per lesson...) This is the method that was researched by Harvard University Graduate School of Education. Here are the printable 90 page pdf A4 phonics posters from the video: These posters are fully guaranteed. * Teachers: If you're not a VIP Member of Genki English yet you can get the Teacher's Set and then download the posters today. + NEW: For a limited time only, there are original, super fun Phonics stories included with the pdf posters above! Here's a quick run down of all the phonics gestures: You may also like this more detailed video from my phonics workshops: Using Phonics to teach Writing? And if you want to introduce writing as well, this is the video to teach phonics in longer lessons with writing. You can also purchase the 90 page pdf phonics workbooks from the video which feature the writing practice: 1.

Helping students with connected speech There is a huge difference between what our students see printed on a page and what we actually say in everyday speech. In a recording of a TESOL Spain Presentation on Youtube (well worth watching), Mark Hancock makes the following joke: Patient: Doctor, Doctor, I’ve got two theik, a near rake, sore rise, bruise darms a stummer cake and I far tall the time. Doctor: I see, perhaps you’d like to way tin the corridor? (Try reading it aloud) The joke [apologies for the vulgarity ;) ] showcases a good number of examples of features of connected speech. Features of connected speech As a brief overview, there is a strong tendency in English to simplify and link words together in the stream of speech, in order to help the language flow rhythmically. Assimilation This is when the sound at the end of one word changes to make it easier to say the next word. ‘ten boys’ sounds like ‘ tem boys’ (the /n/ sound changes to the bilabial /m/ to make it easier to transition to the also bilabial /b/) Catenation

Language In Use It is great to show and offer students many examples of English language in use. Meaning, students appreciate that there are many ways to say the same thing and like to see the "nuance" of the English language. Here are some images showing different ways / expressions to communicate a similar thing. Might be handy. Also, view as a slideshow or you can purchase and edit in ppt. If interested in this kind of approach, you might be interested in my ebook "Get TALKing" which has 28 lessons all based around language chunks.