Monday 1st June: English vocabulary and pronunciation

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Monday 25th May, 2020

1.1 - Vocabulary and pronunciation - Flashcards

Here is all the key vocabulary that you need for this week. Go through the flashcards and click the term to hear my pronunciation.


1.2 - Vocabulary and pronunciation - Game

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1.3 - Vocabulary and pronunciation - Spelling test

Now check how well you focussed on the task. See how your spelling is. You can go back and check the flashcards, if you need!


1.4 - Pronunciation practice

If you are receiving feedback on your pronunciation, now is the time to record your audio/video of the following terms. Send them to Dan and Alex now.

Transcript of each word

regulatory == ˈrɛgjʊleɪt(ə)ri,

Look after == lʊk ˈɑːftə

Affairs == əˈfeəz

Issue == ˈɪʃuː

An institution == ən ˌɪnstɪˈtjuːʃən

Proficiency == prəˈfɪʃənsi

Exploit == ˈɛksplɔɪt

Replicate == ˈrɛplɪkeɪt

Tailor == ˈteɪlə

a college == ə ˈkɒlɪʤ

autumn == ˈɔːtəm

An experience == ən ɪksˈpɪərɪəns

Clarity == ˈklærɪti

Accept an offer == əkˈsɛpt ən ˈɒfə

Robust == rəʊˈbʌst

 

1) The regulatory body in the UK looks after student affairs.

2) Autumn is my least favourite month.

3) Honest feedback is important.

4) The council issued a fine.

5) Institutions worldwide don’t know how to exploit technology.

6) The proficiency of teachers isn’t the best.

7) Trying to replicate a college classroom is not easy.

8) A tailored approach is needed.

9) Clarity is needed before accepting an offer.

10) The quality of teaching must be robust.

 

 

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