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Richness in Contentment - Dictation

Get ready to enhance your listening and writing skills with this, Richness in Contentment, dictation exercise based on the reading and listening comprehension text, Richness in Contentment. You will listen to a series of sentences based on the content of the text, Richness in Contentment. 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, Richness in Contentment. Moreover, you can print out customisable worksheets and answer keys for use offline or in the classroom. Enjoy the challenge and happy dictating!

Philosophy Course Audio Reading IPA Script Lesson Parts (20)

Categorías: Dictation Spelling Vocabulary Listenings IPA Symbols Teachers


Rise and Fall of the Wristwatch

Welcome to this British English reading and listening comprehension exercise, designed to help you improve your English language reading and listening skills as well as your vocabulary and grammar. In this lesson, we will explore the topic of Rise and Fall of the Wristwatch. As you read the text, Rise and Fall of the Wristwatch, pay close attention to vocabulary and content as after reading or listening, you will test your understanding of Rise and Fall of the Wristwatch with multiple-choice questions. This exercise will not only enhance your reading and listening comprehension but also provide you with valuable knowledge about Rise and Fall of the Wristwatch. Good luck and enjoy the exercises!

Technology Course Download Audio Reading IPA Script Lesson Parts (20)

Categorías: Comprehension Listenings Reading IPA Symbols Teachers


Rise and Fall of the Wristwatch - Dictation

Get ready to enhance your listening and writing skills with this, Rise and Fall of the Wristwatch, dictation exercise based on the reading and listening comprehension text, Rise and Fall of the Wristwatch. You will listen to a series of sentences based on the content of the text, Rise and Fall of the Wristwatch. 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, Rise and Fall of the Wristwatch. Moreover, you can print out customisable worksheets and answer keys for use offline or in the classroom. Enjoy the challenge and happy dictating!

Audio Reading IPA Script Lesson Parts (20)

Categorías: Dictation Spelling Vocabulary Listenings IPA Symbols Teachers


Romeo and Juliet - Short Version

This short version of the classic Shakespeare play will teach you the basics of the plot. It will also teach you some useful vocabulary such as, banish, break up, bring forward, bump into, cheesed off, chemist, cousin, dagger. duel, fall in love, feuding, friar, gatecrash, get along, get own back, get together, grieve, hatch a plan, hot-headed, in secret, look forward to, love at first sight, mourn for, newlywed, nobleman, nurse, pad, poison, potion, shenanigans, spend the night, squabble, tomb, top, untimely, and wet lettuce.

Categorías: Literature Listenings Phrasal Verbs Idioms


S or Z

When do we use the /s/ sound and when do we use the /z/ sound, and what’s the difference? Let’s find out… The two sounds /s/ and /z/ are very close and cause endless confusion for students. There are some rules and the rules are normally to do with the voiced and unvoiced sounds. A voiced sound is that made when we use our vocal cords. /z/ is the voiced form of the sound /s/, which is unvoiced. Put your fingers on your throat when you say the word buzz. You should feel a vibration in your throat at the end of the word. This is caused by the vocal cords vibrating and adding to the sound. Now say hiss. This time you should not feel any vibration in your throat. Your vocal cords are not involved in making the sound /s/.  

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