Brain Teaser: This Maths Teaser Also Tests Your Grasp of English!

Not only does it want you to find the next number, it will also test your knowledge of the difference between British and American English.

 

Grammar Clinic: Differences between British English and American English

American English is the form of English used in the United States. It includes all English dialects used within the United States of America. British English is the form of English used in the United Kingdom. It includes all English dialects used within the United Kingdom. Differences between American and British English include […]

Classwork Series and Exercise {English – SS2}: Determiners and Oracy Skills

A. Diphthongs

A Diphthong is a type of vowel that begins as one sound, then changes into another. (Note that di – is a prefix meaning ‘two’.) E.g. in the word ‘waist’, the sound /e/ is followed by the sound /i/ to produce /ei/sound.

Sound
Example

/ei/
Brain, lame

/ai/
Eye, thigh

/ͻi/
Voice, coin

/əʊ/
Bone, nose

/aʊ/
Aloud, mouth

/ie/
Ear, fear

/eə/
Hair, pair

/ʊə/
Actual, factual

B. Grammar: Determiners

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