Tagged with English

Tips on Having an Intercambio

Tips on Having an Intercambio

You want to improve your language level and are looking for an Intercambio partner? Excellent! Here are a few tips that will help you to make the most out of this experience. Find someone with the same level. For example, if you are an intermediate student at B1 level of English, you want to find … Continue reading

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Consonant Sounds Part 2

Consonant Sounds Part 2

This video teaches you the remaining 8 consonant sounds of the English language. You will learn the following sounds: /m/, /n/, /ŋ/, /l/, /r/, /w/, /j/ and /h/. Remember to watch Part 1 as well. This is the first video which will teach you all other consonant sounds. You can find it on this blog … Continue reading

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Consonant Sounds Part 1

Consonant Sounds Part 1

In this video you will learn the sounds and phonetic symbols of the English consonants. This is part 1 of two videos. You will learn the following sounds: /p/, /b/, /t/, /d/, /ʧ/, /ʤ/, /k/, /g/, /f/, /v/, /θ/, /ð/, /s/, /z/, /ʃ/ and /ʒ/ Please leave me a post if you have enjoyed this … Continue reading

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The Second Conditional

The Second Conditional

Hi. Here’s the promised video about the second conditional! I hope this video will help you to understand how to form the second conditional, when to use it and what the difference between the first and the second conditionals are. If you’ve enjoyed the video why not leave me a post on this blog? I … Continue reading

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The Sounds of American English

This is a great interactive website to learn the sounds of English. The speakers are all American so some sounds might sound a little different to the ones you hear in Britain! Also: you won’t find all eight ‘British’ diphthongs, so make sure you watch my video on diphthongs on this blog! Link to Interactive … Continue reading

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