Download link: 52. The Schwa Sound in English (MP3 12 MB)
Do you know the English alphabet? It’s time to learn – or revise – the English alphabet!
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Learn how to tell the time in English!
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Please join me for a (slightly!) windy walk as I talk about the English alphabet and why you should know how to pronounce it and write it (with capital and small letters) – whatever your level! You can find the material mentioned in the podcast here:
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An unusual meditation on English words that I simply don’t like and which make me cringe big-time!
In this free podcast I examine some of the English words that I really dislike, and try to work out why I don’t like them. Then I create a relaxation tape using these words in an attempt to get over my negative feelings!
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Let’s have a fun listening activity on the topic of singing! I’m going to read out loud forty vocabulary words – four words at a time – and you have to either say them out loud or write them down. Check if you’ve got everything right by downloading the free vocabulary handout here:
This activity is probably more suitable for learners at Intermediate level and above!
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Learn to use connected speech like a native speaker with this great video lesson from RealLife English: