BBC Learning English / Pronunciation: "-ed" endings

Take a look at BBC Learning English. I can't praise this site enough; it's great! I suggest you make good use of it. The site is divided into various sections. There are many articles to read, and clips to listen to and watch. There are loads of grammar and vocabulary exercises to do. There is a series called "The Flatmates" to keep up to date with. There are quizzes and even a blog (needless to say, not as good as ours is going to be!). Every section is updated regularly but also has a large store of archives.



Have a look at the latest addition to the Grammar Challenge section. It is another chance to practice the pronunciation of the tricky "-ed" endings. It is divided into 4 parts. First listen to the Grammar Challenge programme and refresh your memory of the rules. Then do Practice Quizzes 1 and 2. Finally, go to the Use the Grammar section and read the work of other students.




Once you have done all that; I'd like you to start exploring all the sections contained in the site. When you have found something that you think might be interesting or useful, let us know by posting the link here.

Comments

Montse said…
Hi, Graham. I like a lot this section of the BBC Learning English. It’s very interesting and quite funny as well.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/language/theteacher/
The teacher is fantastic!
Graham said…
Maybe so Montse but he isn't nearly as good as me LOL

I LIKE THIS SECTION of the BBC Learning English A LOT / I REALLY LIKE THIS SECTION.