By Peter Read
Those of us who teach English as a foreign language are only too well aware of the need to stretch our imaginations, as we attempt to explain to our students the complexities, together with the grammatical linguistic twists and turns- of the English Language. We recognise a requirement to help our students improve their pronunciation, learn vocabulary and understand grammar.
All are vital in providing our students with what is necessary for their continued development. We find proven, well-tested examples to assist and try, and whenever we can . . .
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