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01 Sep

Fine Tune Your English: Section D The World of Words

Fine Tune Your English SECTION D THE WORLD OF WORDS HAVE A HEARTY MEAL Meal  :   It refers to food eaten at regular intervals either at home or in restaurant.   MEALS Breakfast    :    Morning Lunch   :   Noon Dinner   :    Middle of the day Supper   :&nb

01 Sep

Fine Tune Your English: Section C To Err is Human

Fine Tune Your English SECTION C TO ERR IS HUMAN   CONCORD Agreement between the subject and verb. between the subject and the compliment .subject-object, subject pronoun. 1. Every member of that crowd of 2000 people were dissatisfied with the performance on the stage.          Must be followed by singular verb. 2. The audience was restive

01 Sep

Fine Tune Your English: Section A The Sentence and its Structure

Fine Tune Your English Section: A THE SENTENCE AND ITS STRUCTURE   How to write effective sentences?   EFFECTIVE SENTENCE If the sentence serves the purpose for which it is meant.   WEAK SENTENCE If the sentence did not serve the purpose for which it is meant. Basic structure of sentences Subject + predicate (Noun)  &

07 Jun

Phonetics

Phonetics Phonetics is the study of speech sounds. A phoneme is the smallest distinctive sound unit. A pulmonic egressive air-stream mechanism is used in the production of English sounds. To describe a consonant, we need to know: 1. The Air-Stream Mechanism – Pulmonic egressive 2. The State of glottis- Voiceless - /p, t, k, f, , s, ʃ, h, tʃ/ Voiced - /b, d, g,

07 Jun

Difference between EFL and ESL

Difference between EFL and ESL   English as a Foreign Language (EFL) “When English is taught as a school subject or on an adult level solely for the purpose of giving the student a foreign language competence which he may use in one of several ways, then it is taught as a foreign language”.   English as a Second Language (ESL) English becomes a sec