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Past, Present, Future: Teaching the Verb Tense System

Past, Present, Future: Teaching the Verb Tense System | kris | Scoop.it
Verb tenses receive a lot of attention in English instruction—in fact, they receive perhaps more attention than any other aspect of grammar.

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Phonemic Chart Keyboard

The phonemic chart contains all 44 sounds that make up words in spoken English. It's very useful for studying English pronunciation, as it's the one used by most dictionaries, but there's no easy way of writing in phonemic "font" in most software. You can use this chart to type in phonemic symbols for use in documents, teaching materials and websites.

Click on the symbols to insert them into the text field in your desired order, then copy and paste them into Microsoft Word or any other software that supports Unicode fonts. Be sure to select the right font in your software: usually Gentium, Arial Unicode MS or Lucida Sans Unicode.


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TOEIC Bridge Reading part 4 - free practice test

Incomplete Sentences. Choose the best word or phrase to complete the sentences.

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Maria Persson's curator insight, April 15, 2013 6:39 PM

Could do with some examples for students to have as models but at least the template provides info to show that they are not plagiarising...