Hi! Here are a selection of things that I liked in April for learners of English. I hope you enjoy them.
- Pronunciation: apologies, apologize
- A great Mark Twain Quote
- Great English Grammar themed jokes
- My twitter recommendation: Mel Robbins
- A newspaper clipping
- Is the Internet good or bad? A BBC learning English activity.
Also included are:
- the answer key to last week’s song gapfill activity.
- a new mini quiz to test your vocabulary
Let’s look at the pronunciation of apology, apologize and apologized.
Watch my video to hear the correct pronunciation and to practice.
Click here to go to the video on YouTube.
A great quote from Mark Twain
Grammar jokes every word nerd will enjoy
From Readers Digest.
click Here to see the article
My twitter recommendation of the month
Mel Robbins is great. So inspiring and helpful. She is full of good advice and and an unbelievable amount of energy!
On twitter search for @melrobbins or click here.
A newspaper clipping
I found this on Facebook from @thesciencescoop, and thought I would really like to share it with you all. It is a joke.
Is the internet good or bad?
Click here to go to the article and activity.
Answers to last week’s song Gapfill
Sorry seems to be the hardest work, by Elton John. Click on the Elton John image to go to the song on You tube.
Click here to visit the article and song.
This week’s quick Vocabulary Quiz
What are these things called in English?
Write down the answers and I’ll include them in next week’s article. Subscribe so you don’t miss it.
Have a great week!
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