Tuesday, 29 April 2014

5 things about spoken English

Bumping into a great EFL-related blog is something that can make an English teacher's day, well, at least it can make my day.

British English Coach is an awesome resource for both teachers and students as it provides valuable tips on how to make a non-native speaker sound better (and more English).

One of the most recent posts is about spoken English and what makes native speakers tick. 

I'm already contemplating how to present this to my students. What is peculiar about this information is that it's no revelation or something I didn't know but the way how these tips are brought together, illustrated and presented. Harmony of form and content, that is.

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