In today's digital age, technology is all around us, and it plays a vital role in our daily lives. For English language learners, understanding the basics of technology and its applications is crucial in order to stay up-to-date with the latest advancements and to communicate effectively in a world that is becoming increasingly dependent on technology. Our Technology course is designed to provide students of English with an introduction to various aspects of technology, including computer hardware, software, the internet, and programming languages like Python. By taking this course, students can learn about the different components of a computer and how they work together, how to navigate the internet, and the basics of programming. These skills can be particularly useful for those who are interested in pursuing a career in technology or who simply want to stay informed about the latest developments in the field. Overall, our Technology course is a valuable resource for English language learners who want to gain a deeper understanding of the technology that surrounds them and to develop the skills they need to succeed in an increasingly digital world.
Are you interested in linguistics and phonetics? This exercise challenges you to read the IPA transcription of the words extracted from an article about fusion reactors and harnessing energy from the sun and write the corresponding word in standard orthography. The IPA is a system of phonetic notation used to represent sounds in languages, and this exercise is perfect for those who want to practice their recognition of IPA symbols and improve their phonemic awareness in English. Give it a try and see how many words you can identify correctly!
The following exercise features words from the article about La Jamais Contente, the car built by Camille Jenatzy to break speed records in 1899. In this exercise, each word is presented in IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) script, and you will need to transcribe it into its standard spelling. This exercise will test your ability to recognize and read IPA symbols and your understanding of the pronunciation of English words. Each word in the exercise is taken from the list of 50 British English words associated with the article, so make sure to study them carefully before attempting t...
Embark on this invigorating Word to IPA exercise, where you'll be presented with a curated list of words and phrases from the text, "Algorithms", featured in the reading and listening comprehension exercise. Your challenge is to transcribe each word or phrase using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). This exercise will put your knowledge of phonetic symbols and conventions to the test while reinforcing your comprehension of the vocabulary in the text, "Algorithms." As you progress through the exercise, you'll not only sharpen your phonetic transcription abilities but also gain a p...
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