‘English Phonetics and Phonology consists mainly of interactive exercises (with sound) for the teaching of English pronunciation for ESL students. Vowel sounds, perception and production, weak forms, problematic minimal pairs, the various types of assimilation and yod coalescence are all covered, as are intonation and other prosodic factors.’ (davidbrett.uniss.it) Bermon.es/esl finds this highly recommendable work […]
from Learning English Online
Will vs Going to vs Present Continuous from learnglish Future: be going to, will or present continuous? from deltapublishing
Lots of irregular verbs lists can be found on the Internet, textbooks, and dictionaries. For example, the following list includes the 50 most common irregual verbs: Pronunciation of irregular verbs: http://www.mansioningles.com/gram53.htm
Remember auxiliary verbs are very NICE. Auxiliary verbs
To be and to have got Present Simple vs Present Continuous
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