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  • Transactional language is language which is used to make a transaction and which has a result. It can be compared with interactional language, which is used to maintain relationships.ExampleLearners in exams are often required to write a...
  • Unvoiced consonants are consonant sounds that are made without vibrating the vocal chords. They can be compared with voiced consonants.ExampleUnvoiced consonants include:/p/ as in 'pet' /t/ as in 'top' /k/ as in 'cat'In the classroomOne way to show...
  • Voiced consonants are consonant sounds that are made by vibrating the vocal chords. They can be compared with unvoiced consonants.ExampleVoiced consonants include:/b/ as in 'bed' /d/ as in 'dip' /g/ as in 'good' /ð/ as in 'the'In the...
  • Weak forms are syllable sounds that become unstressed in connected speech and are often then pronounced as a schwa.ExampleIn the sentence below the first 'do' is a weak form and the second is stressed.What do you want to do this evening?In the...
  • A warmer is an activity at the start of the class to warm up the learners. They tend to be short, dynamic activities. Warmers can be compared to coolers, which are short activities to finish the class.ExampleThe learners are going to read a text...

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