Create Dictations Now Dictation also available for your favorite device with HTML5 This activity is a dictation, therefore it consists in writing exactly the text that we are given. It is important, while you are dictating, to give details of the punctuation marks (like comas, full stops, question marks, etc.) so that the correction can be exact and also to avoid any kind of misunderstandings. When we define the dictation, we introduce the title and configure some correction options: 3000 Most Commonly Used Words in the English Language Discussion of the 3000 Words List This is a list of the 3000 most commonly used words in American newspapers and popular magazines. We compiled this list by taking forty newspapers and magazines and simply sorting the words and then counting the frequency of the words. We broke them down in groups of 200. The frequency of use is true for the groups but not within the groups.
Connectors Connector Diagnostic: identify specific points that need review Quiz 1: beginning – intermediate Quiz 2: intermediate – advanced Overview of Coordinators, Subordinators & Prepositional Heads The Business of English - Ep 2 In this episode you can learn how to make, accept and refuse invitations in a business setting. VICTOR: Well, it's been good to meet you Sam, and very interesting to hear about your business. SAM: Look, we are having a small dinner for some of our clients and friends after this. Why don't you join us?
Beginner Lesson #1 - How’s It Going? Audio Lesson Archives Video Lesson Archives Download Audio and Video Lessons Add Lesson to Dashboard Basic Lesson Checklist ‘Learnt’ or ‘learned’? These are alternative forms of the past tense and past participle of the verb learn. Both are acceptable, but learned is often used in both British English and American English, while learnt is much more common in British English than in American English. We learned the news at about three o'clock.They learnt the train times by heart. There are a number of other verbs which follow the same pattern in forming the past tense and past participle: I burned/burnt the toast by mistake.He dreamed/dreamt about his holiday.Luke kneeled/knelt down to find his contact lens.Tanya spoiled/spoilt her dinner.She spelled/spelt her surname an unusual way. Leap, lean, spill, and others are also verbs of this type.
through - definition of through by the Free Online Dictionary through[θruː] When through is an element in a phrasal verb, eg break through, fall through, look up the verb. 3. (Telec) you're through! → ¡ya puede hablar!, ¡hable! Pre Arrival / Pre Departure Declarations - European commission In its Communication to the Council and the European Parliament amending the Community Customs Code (COM(2003) 452 of 24/07/2003) the European Commission proposed a number of measures designed to meet the need for safety and security in relation to goods crossing international borders, including requirements linked to the US Container Security Initiative (CSI), while, at the same time, remaining in step with the e-customs plans for the future. (see also Press Release IP/05/209 These proposals were adopted by the European Parliament and Council as Regulation 648/2005 (OJ L 117, 4.5.2005, p.13). Among other measures, the new Regulation requires traders to supply customs authorities with advance information on goods brought into, or out of, the customs territory of the European Community.