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Classwork Series {English Language – SS1}: Oral English – Voiced and Unvoiced Sounds

English Language SS1 Week 1 Contents: Oral English: Voiced and Unvoiced Sounds Reading Skills Vocabulary A. Introduction Many sounds in English go in pairs. This means that they are the same but one is "voiced" while the other is "unvoiced" (voiceless).  When a sound is voiced, the vocal cords vibrate. When a sound is unvoiced, [...]

Grammar Clinic: Check Out These Grammar Mistakes; Do You Still Make Any?

Below are some common grammar mistakes I see routinely, not only in editorial queries and submissions, but in print: in HR manuals, blogs, magazines, newspapers, trade journals, and even best selling novels. If it makes you feel any better, I’ve made each of these mistakes a hundred times, and I know some of the best authors [...]

5 Words You Need To Stop Using As A Teenager

If you want to instantly sound smarter, all you have to do is kick these words from your vocabulary! Words can mean so much at times, but there are several words that stand for nothing and are used by most teenagers. 1. Irregardless This word tends to get used by teens trying their best to [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises { English Language- JSS2}: Language Structure and Fiction versus Non-Fiction

Contents: Language Structure Literature: Fiction and Non-fiction Vocabulary: Word Families Language Structure A. The Parts of Speech Do you remember the parts of speech - the different classes we group words into? Here are some of them. Match them with their correct definitions: A pronoun is  a naming word A preposition a describing word A [...]

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