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IPA Chart

A complete course to help you learn, remember, and use the 44 sounds and symbols of the British English IPA chart. Whether you are a student or a teacher, you will find this course invaluable. The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) provides us with a means of identifying the 44 sounds of British English and thus overcoming the problems of English pronunciation in which the same letters or combinations of letters can have different pronunciations in different words. 

There are 38 Activities in this course.


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Aspect and Tenses

A comprehensive English course covering the tenses and aspects of English in an easy-to-understand format with lots of self-test exercises to check your understanding. You will learn all you need to know about the 3 Key Verbs of English: Be, Do, Have. This course will let you see just how simple English grammar is. We will explore the present simple, the past simple, the present continuous, the post continuous, the present perfect and the present perfect past and present, along with present perfect time markers, the present perfect continuous, the past perfect and the past perfect continuous.

There are 14 Activities in this course.


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The Pig

Roald Dahl is most famous for his children's stories such as Charlie and the Chocolate FactoryMatildaThe BFG, and James and the Giant Peach. Dahl also wrote adult fiction which examined through black humour the ironies of adult life. His poem, The Pig, is written not for children but for adults and needs to be read with a maturity of mind to appreciate its dark, cynical humour. This lyrical poem is written in rhyming couplets and is a narrative describing the realisation by a pig that his life is nothing more than a one-way trip to the slaughterhouse, as pigs have no value to man besides their capacity to provide meat.

There are 3 Activities in this course.


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