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Word Ladder is a simple game invented by Lewis Carroll (author of the Alice books). It's perfect as a quick 5-minute activity at the end of the lesson and is ideal for practicing and playing with vocabulary. A slight variation has it great for dictionary [ ... ]Spelling & Vocabulary ActivitiesRead more...
There are 3 approximate (and overlapping) groups when it comes to TEFL: adults, teenagers, and young learners. This article is all about teaching English to Teenagers, possibly the most likely scenario for new teachers and arguably the most difficult... [ ... ]TEFL Teaching TechniquesRead more...
If you want to teach English abroad then the two basic qualifications you need are a degree* and a TEFL certificate. Twenty years ago if you wanted a TEFL certificate this meant spending several weeks at bricks-and-mortar school, attending class in the [ ... ]Qualifications for TEFL TeachersRead more...
A Bilabial Plosive in English is either /b/ or /p/ sound used at the beginning of a word as in boy or toy. Or, indeed bilabial and plosive.
Some more minimal pairs with b and p include:
bat - pat
bail - pale
bar - par
big - pig
billow - pillow
belt - pelt These [ ... ]