The American Accent Pronunciation Of The Vowels

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The English Vowel SOUNDS Many learners of English have a distinct accent because they pronounce English with the vowels of their language. They commit this error because the English vowels are “something like” the vowel sounds of their native language, but they are not the same! It is not enough to listen to radio and […]


Learning The Alphabet And Language Of Spain

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The Spanish alphabet only has three more letters than the English alphabet, ch (che), ll (elle) and n (ene). All three letters simply follow the letter from the English alphabet which starts with the same or similar letter. The Spanish alphabet is as follows: a,b,c,ch,d,e,f,g,h,I,j,k,l,ll,m,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,w,x,y,z. However, there is some controversy over the letters “w” and […]


The French Language Distinction

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The French language is a member of the romance language and is widely spoken by 70 million people worldwide as the first language but mainly in France. The French language is currently the first language in other countries like Belgium, Switzerland, Canada and some French and Belgian colonies in parts of Africa. For French language […]


Win Every Scrabble Game

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While playing Scrabble or Literati, ever find yourself staring at a set of tiles, which you think should make a bingo word (i.e. you should be able to use all seven of the words), but you just can’t get it. E.g. lets say you get TNERKIH – this seems like a good distribution of consonants […]