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Affluenza

I have designed this lesson to look at the vocabulary of wealth. Whether you are poor, wealthy, or stinking rich, you will learn much about the words we use to describe people who do have money. You will also learn about some common portmanteau words. If you don’t know what a portmanteau word is, you really do need to do this lesson. The vocabulary of wealth we’ll look at includes: acquisition, affluence, billionaire, capitalist, consumer, flush, impoverished, loaded, made of money, man of means, millionaire, minted, prosperous, rolling in it, stinking rich, trillionaire, wealthy, well-healed, well-off, and well-to-do.

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Aisle - Hard to Say

The word aisle is a difficult word to spell and to pronounce. In this lesson I’ll tell you what aisle means, show you how to pronounce it with a standard British English accent, and give you some examples of its use. I’ll also look at other vocabulary which rhyme with aisle such as bile, dial, file, isle, mile, pile, smile, style, tile, trial, vile, and while. You can also practice your knowledge of the IPA symbols and pronunciation with some IPA transcriptions of these words which rhyme with aisle.

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Alaska

This Alaska joke gets its humour from the pronunciation features of British English. If you understand the rhythm of English and how weak and strong syllables behave when we speak, you will be able to understand the humour of this joke. The Britlish Library lesson explains how and why the joke is funny and gives you plenty of exercises to help you learn, remember, and use these pronunciation features.

Jokes Course

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Algorithms

Algorithms are step-by-step procedures or sets of rules used to solve problems or perform specific tasks. With a history that spans thousands of years, algorithms have played a crucial role in the development of mathematical and computational systems. From the earliest instances in Ancient Babylon to the contributions of Greek mathematicians like Euclid and Persian scholars such as Al-Khwarizmi, algorithms have evolved significantly over time. Today, they have become an integral part of our daily lives, shaping the digital landscape in areas such as search engines, social media platforms, e-commerce, finance, and navigation. As our understanding of algorithms continues to grow, they will undoubtedly offer new opportunities and challenges for future generations.

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Algorithms - Dictation

Get ready to enhance your listening and writing skills with this, Algorithms, dictation exercise based on the reading and listening comprehension text, Algorithms. You will listen to a series of sentences based on the content of the text, Algorithms. As you carefully listen to each sentence, write it down as accurately as you can. This exercise will help you improve your listening comprehension, spelling, and grammar skills while reinforcing your understanding of the text, Algorithms. Moreover, you can print out customisable worksheets and answer keys for use offline or in the classroom. Enjoy the challenge and happy dictating!

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