WH - Questions are called "information questions".  They
allow a speaker to find out more information about topics
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WH QUESTION QUIZ.   
Past Tense verbs ending in "ED"  
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Non Count Nouns
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Take the following Quizes:
1.  Count Noun Quiz # 1
2.  Count Noun Quiz # 2
Listening Lesson (Anglo-Link)
WRITING (Transcribing)

Listen to the lesson
Stop the video and write the sentence as best you can
Idioms (Phrasal Verbs)
 

This video addresses what they call "Phrasal Verbs"  which are very
similar to
"Idioms".

Phrasal verb: a phrase which consists of a verb in combination with a
preposition or adverb or both, the meaning of which is different from
the meaning of its separate parts as highlighted in following sentences:

The child is looked after by his parents.(
Looked after=taken care of)
He has come down with fever. (come down with=becomes ill)
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Idiom: group of words in a fixed order forming an expression whose
meaning is not predictable from the usual meanings of its constituent
elements/words:

To "have bitten off more than you can chew" is an idiom that means
you have tried to do something which is too difficult for you.
Listening Comprehension
 

Because In English there are many, many vowel sounds that are similar
and when the vowel sounds change --- the meaning changes.
This is what often makes listening to native English speakers
sometimes difficult or hard for you to understand.

The processes in these lessons will improve your pronunciation and
help to improve your listening ability
without seeing the speaker. (Using
your ears only).  This is especially useful for when you speaking on the
telephone.

LINKS
Vowel Sound Chart #1:
Vowel Sound Chart #2

Link to the Phonetic Sounds Chart (with Audio)