ISFCE – English These are the information and notes for my English courses at the IFSCE. English 1 Documents used: Beginning Students – We use English File Elementary. This is the second lesson. Help and resources for English File Elementary are available on the Oxford Press site. Advanced Students – Market Leader 3rd Edition Intermediate […]
You’ve done it (or you had no choice). You’ve decided to learn another language! But then, quickly, the frustration builds up. Reading and writing is going along ok, but the speaking … the pronunciation. The bane of many language learners: how to actually speak that language without making a complete fool of yourself. Two quite […]
One of the skills one needs to work on when learning a language is listening. It is important to listen to the language you are learning in real settings, not just in excerpts from media files found in language textbooks and manuals. There are many easy ways today to listen to English, even if you […]
“ze mozer of ziz boyz iz tirti-tree” A standard problem of English pronunciation: the English “th”. It involves sounds that many languages do not have. With a little help and practice, this is actually not very hard. (Since this is written mostly for my students or ESL students, this is written in a somewhat simpler […]
This semester I am substitute teaching again at the Institut Libre Marie Haps in Brussels. I am teaching two courses of English oral practice in Bachelor 1 and 2, applying the course of English phonetics the students have had before.