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Easy English from BounceEnglish
Using Articles in English with Tina Seeley
What are articles and why are they difficult to use in English? Let's try and make it clear. Hi, I’m Tina. I’ve been teaching English for more than 20 years and have taught in Lisbon Portugal, Brussels Belgium, London England and now in Cambridge England. I love teaching English, especially grammar, and am happy to have often been called a grammar nerd.
Syllables, sounds and haiku writing with Anne Crutchfield
This mini-lesson will review the basic pronunciation rules for syllables and word stress followed by a haiku writing task. Haikus are traditional Japanese poems structured around syllables. If you enjoy creative writing and also want to improve your English pronunciation knowledge, this lesson is a good fit for you! Dr. Anne Crutchfield is a Los Angeles-based ESL professor and private tutor, visit LA English Tutor https://www.laenglishtutor.com/ for more information. She completed a PhD in Education and MA in Second Language Studies from the University of Hawaii at Mānoa and has 15 years of experience teaching multilingual learners in Germany, Hawaii, and California.
A Lesson on the Passive Voice with Paul Breen
Paul will talk and teach about using the passive voice when speaking of things that are made in Britain and Ireland. Students will learn about life in Britain and Ireland at the same time as getting a lesson on using a particular grammatical form in an everyday situation. Paul Breen is a senior lecturer in the University of Westminster in London and the author of several books about teaching. He has taught English and other subjects in Australia, Britain, China, South Korea and Ireland where he is originally from.
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