I am currently updating the examination page of this blog. I will be posting general information about how the examinations are organised with links to useful tips and practice material. I will keep you posted.
Test your knowledge of time prepositions in this free, online quiz for intermediate to advanced learners.
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This is probably an Intermediate/Higher Intermediate level of resource. Basically, consonants are doubled in some spellings of English words. When this happens on of the consonants in the double is said to be ‘silent’ as we don’t say the sound twice.
The rules of when consonants are doubled are covered in this video.
The consonant is doubled with comparatives (er endings), superlatives (est endings), with the past tense of verbs (ed endings)and the continuous forms (ing endings).
The rule of doubling the consonant when words end in a consonant, vowel and a consonant is also covered (the CVC rule). For example – STOP – STOPPED.
Stress is in two syllable words is also noted, the consonant being doubled when the stress lies on the second syllable of a word.
Altogether, an extremely comprehensive resource.
What instrument is Ronnie Wood playing? And Rod Stewart?
The clue is in the title of the song.
Of course from the British Council Elementary Podcast this week comes the Vuvuzela!