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CONTENT TO TEACH:


Listening Practice

More than 1000 audios to Teach.


English Exams

More than 30 Exams to Teach


English Resources

Download free Resources to Teach at home with our English Content. Get audios, exercises and files to use offline anytime.


English Alphabet

- Interactive Alphabet with Audios and Transcriptions


English Phonemic Chart

- Symbols from the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) used in British English


English Pronunciation

- Short/Long Vowels

- Front/Centre/Back Vowels

- Voiced/Unvoiced Consonants

- Plosive-Fricative-Affricate-Nasal-Approximant Consonants.


English Pronunciation Training

- Audios to learn the Phonemes Pronunciation

- Vowels

- Diphthongs

- Consonants


English Beginners Training

- Vocabulary with Audios and Pictures to learn Words and Pronunciation


English Transcriptions

- Phonemes with examples in common spelling and their Transcription


English Intonation

- Rising Intonation

- Falling Intonation

- Fall-Rise Intonation


English Stress Patterns

- Word Stress

- Sentence Stress


English Spelling Rules

- Sounds and Rules

- Schwa Sound

- Soft and Hard


English Tenses

- Simple Present

- Present Continuous Progressive

- Present Perfect

- Present Perfect Continuous

- Simple Past

- Past Continuous Progressive

- Past Perfect

- Past Perfect Continuous

- Simple Future

- Future Progressive

- Future Going to

- Future Perfect Simple

- Future Perfect Progressive


English Verb To Be

- Present Affirmative

- Present Negative

- Present Interrogative

- Past Simple Affirmative

- Past Simple Negative

- Past Simple Interrogative


English Irregular Verbs

- Full list

- Infinitive

- Past Simple

- Past Participle


English Modal Verbs

- Can

- Could

- May/Might

- Will/Shall

- Should/Ought to

- Must/Have to

- Would


English Conditionals

- Zero Conditional

- First Conditional

- Second Conditional

- Third Conditional


English Pronouns

- Personal

- Objective

- Possessive Adjectives

- Possessive Pronouns

- Reflexive

- Demonstrative

- Indefinite

- Relative

- Reciprocal


English Adverbs

- Manner

- Time

- Place

- Degree

- Frequency

- Grammar Rules

- Use of the Adverbs


English Nouns

- Types

- Gender and Number

- Simple and Compound

- Functions


English Connectors

- Copulative

- Disjunctive

- Conditional

- Concessive

- Conclusive

- Continuative

- Adversative

- Causative


English Articles

- Definite

- Indefinite


English Adjectives

- Qualifying

- Demonstratives

- Quantitative

- Interrogative

- Possessive

- Numerical

- Grammar Rules


English Comparative | Superlative Adjectives

- Comparative Adjectives

- Superlative Adjectives


British | American English

You can see the alternatives that there exist between these two classes to refer to one same thing, using different terms.




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