PODCASTS AND APPS (FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS AND MORE ADVANCED LEARNERS)

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BRITISH COUNCIL ELEMENTARY PODCASTS AND APPS

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MORE PODCAST SITES…

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…APPS

IF YOU CLICK ON THE IMAGES YOU WILL FIND LOTS OF APPS FOR YOUR SMARTPHONE!!!

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TRY “TEST YOUR ENGLISH” FOR ELEMENTARY (includes reading, listening and others)

(YOU WILL SEE OTHER LEVELS AVAILABLE)

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OTHER PODCASTS AND APPS

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ORMIE – videoquiz (ELEMENTARY)

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IRREGULAR VERB LIST FOR ELEMENTARY LEVEL

CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO GO TO A

LIST OF 70 BASIC IRREGULAR VERBS

TIP: IT IS A GOOD IDEA TO LEARN THE PAST PARTICIPLE AT THE SAME TIME AS THE PAST SIMPLE.

Don’t forget to learn the meaning of the verbs! You can find the translations here.

CLICK HERE

NI2 – PRONUNCIATION (ALSO SUITABLE FOR OTHER LEVELS)

This week’s pronunciation: /ʌ/ and /æ/

NI2 – PRONUNCIATION (ALSO SUITABLE FOR OTHER LEVELS)

pronunciation-the-right-wayHERE’S THE NEXT PRONUNCIATION VIDEO: THE /d/ SOUND

HOMOPHONES – ALL LEVELS

bare bear bearHomophones are words that have the same sound (pronunciation) but different meanings and (usually) different spelling. Some simple examples are:

  • to/two

  • see/sea

  • made/maid

ADVANCED INFORMATION ON TYPES OF HOMONYM HERE

MORE EXERCISES HERE . EASY – MEDIUM – DIFFICULT

SOME WONDERFUL GAMES HERE

homophones1In these homophones matching games you have to find the homophones that match each other, and drag them side-by-side. This is a really fun way to improve your English pronunciation and your spelling at the same time.

Elementary Game 1 2 3
Pre-Intermediate Game 1 2 3 4
Intermediate Game 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Upper-Intermediate Game 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Advanced Game 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

NI2 – PRONUNCIATION (ALSO SUITABLE FOR OTHER LEVELS)

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TRY THIS PAGE FOR PRONUNCIATION PRACTICE (click on the image below)

BBC LEARNING ENGLISH

REMEMBER TO PRACTICE THE /v/ SOUND. THIS VIDEO MIGHT HELP:

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