On the 23rd episode of the Pronunciation Point, we practice these two similar sounding words:
“Want” vs. “Won’t”
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On the 4th episode of the Teacher Interview, we talk to English Teacher Melanie from EnglishTeacherMelanie.com!
In this interview, Melanie shares her best tips and answers the following questions:
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Melanie’s Website – EnglishTeacherMelanie.com
Melanie’s YouTube Channel – Teacher Melanie
Melanie’s Facebook Page – English Teacher Melanie
Melanie’s Twitter Page – @TeacherMelanie
Melanie’s Podcast – Listen to Natural Spoken English!
On the 24th episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, we handle the following points:
Pronunciation Point: 3 Challenging Words with “L” and “R”–“really”, “rarely”, and “library”
Main Topic: How to Increase Your Study Effectiveness
English 2.0 Quick Tip: Are you a fan of TED Talks? If so, this app for your mobile device can help you improve your listening and writing through dictation! TEDict
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Key phrases for practice:
How do you spell your name?
How do you spell Minnesota?
Was that “B” or “V”?
Was that “M” or “N”?
How do you pronounce that?
How do you pronounce “allergy”?
That’s “V” for Vietnam.
That’s “N” as in Nigeria.
It’s pronounced “allergy.”
On the 22nd episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, we handle the following points:
Pronunciation Point: “odor” vs. “older” vs. “order”
Main Topic: What Makes a Good English Teacher?
English 2.0 Quick Tip: This website offers excellent tools for learning English starting at $1! – Edulang
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On the 21st episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, we handle the following points:
Pronunciation Point: “college” vs. “courage”
Main Topic: 5 Tips for Making Small Talk
English 2.0 Quick Tip: Use this website to help you check the meaning and spell words – Dictionary.com
On the 14th episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, we handle the following points:
Q: If “My hobby is…” is very unnatural, how about “My name is…” and “My favorite____is”?
Main Topic: Are Language Dictionaries Helpful or Harmful?
Pronunciation Point: A Commonly Mispronounced Sound
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