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Direct/Indirect Object Order - The following verbs can only be followed by DIRECT OBJECT then TO + INDIRECT OBJECT, for example, I admit MY MISTAKE TO THE TEACHER. ADMIT, ANNOUNCE, DESCRIBE, EXPLAIN, INTRODUCE, RECOMMEND, REPEAT, REPORT, SAY, SUGGEST. The other verbs in the exercise can be in this form OR followed by IO DO. KK
BEACH vs BITCH (EE vs IH SOUND) - 30 practice exercises to help distinguish between the EE and IH sounds in English. Music can be turned off if you desire. Before practicing, you may want to watch "Rachel's English" video on youtube entitled "How to Pronounce EE vs IH, leave vs live--American English."
MISSPELLED WORDS Part 1 - NEWLY DESIGNED. NOW WITH TAP 'N TYPE. Part 1 (of 5) practices the first 48 spelling words. This list--there are many variations--can be found at http://www.engvid.com/english-resource/common-spelling-mistakes-in-english/. Just click on the ONE misspelled word on each page. There are also four review pages included. Music can be silenced. Enjoy.
ED ENDING PRONUNCIATION PRACTICE - 22 practice exercises for the 3 -ED ending sounds in English. Each time you play, the exercises will be shuffled. Music can be turned off if you wish. We recommend your watching "How to pronounce regular -ED endings in English" as taught by Jon on www.engvid.com before trying these exercises. Enjoy.