This unit deals with the students’ listening awareness of both short
and long vowel sounds. You might note that there is no universally
agreed concept of what each vowel sound should be. Although this
book uses the phonetic symbols from the International Phonetic
Alphabet, which is based on Southern British English pronunciation,
there are many other acceptable pronunciations which you could
check in a good dictionary.
This book has been written to help teachers develop an understanding
of those aspects of English that are especially relevant when teaching
learners who speak other languages. It provides an overview of the forms,
structures and functions that frequently occur in English and need to be
known by learners. The word ‘grammar’ is used here to describe not only
how words and sentences fit together, but also how English is structured
at other levels of the language, including sounds, vocabulary and texts....
English usage is a subject as wide as the English language itself. By far
the greater part of usage, however, raises no controversies and poses no
problems for native speakers of English, just because it is their natural
idiom. But there are certain limited areas --particular sounds, spellings,
words, and constructions--about which there arises uncertainty,
difficulty, or disagreement. The proper aim of a usage guide is to resolve
these problems, rather than describe the whole of current usage....
This book is in copyright, which normally means that no reproduction of any part may take place without the written permission of Cambridge University Press. The coppying of certain parts of it by individual teachers for use within their classroom, however, is permitted without such formality.
Separate chapters deal with reading, writing, speaking and listening, and these different
threads are drawn together in sections on knowledge about language – including
spelling, grammar and punctuation – and study of texts – including media, poetry,
drama, response to literature and the use of non-fiction texts. The final chapter deals
with policy and schemes of work.
Check Your English Vocabulary for TOEIC is a must-have workbook for all non-native English speakers wishing to expand their language skills in preparation for the Test of English for International Communication. This workbook provides exercises to help teach and build vocabulary related to the TOEIC examination and also covers grammar, use of English, comprehension and spelling.
Grammar cop helps kids learn essential rules of grammar. Stories teach parts of speech. Anagrams, Riddle, and Hink Pinks fortify students vocabularies, rebuses tickle the funny bone as they build spelling skills, reading Comprehension reproducibles provide a leg up when it comes to test-taking, graphic Organizers offer kids ready-to-go tools to organize their thoughts and respond in meaningful ways to the books they read.
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