More chunking and intonation but also stress rhythm practice
Great little quiz for Low-Level Interpretive Reasoning
(and building neural connections while learning new words or reinforcing old ones);
it also helps you to think in another way ie in English
Rearrange all the words, then drag and drop them into their proper position to recreate the famous q
Let’s test your knowledge of basic grammar. Is the sentence correct or not? Yes or no?
Don’t underestimate the power of prepostions to propel your English forward
From the first paragraph of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
A fun variant on one of the classics: study the picture for between 20 and 30 seconds then click on the picture
You should be able to see at least 7 differences. If you can’t, then click pic to go back.
Another silly acronym. This is just Listening Comprehension. Here we are looking at the ‘ed’ endings in the past form of regular verbs. (Not always easy to hear. Or say!) Pronunciation exercise coming soon.
GTQ Look at answer and think of Question
Listen to the dialogue again from Q17. Highlight the words you hear.
Just a kinda fancy way of saying dictation; click speaker below left to hear.
Check your visual and verbal answers