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CVC “et” Family Words | Re:Visited

#Word #Families for our #Early #Learners – #Early #Readers
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Today we’re going to do some “et” family words :
bet , get , jet , let , net , pet , set , vet , wet , yet
Learning the ending sounds does two things, 1 helps #Esl learners properly pronounce the vowel a,e, I, o, u sounds along with the consonant sounds. And that is important in the beginning stages of reading or speaking–specifically for ESL students,and 2, helps ESl students become successful readers.
Learning the words plus the sentences is important.
Here are today’s beginning reader #sentences :
1.Let’s make a bet?
2.Can you get me a drink?
3.Let’s ride on a jet plane.
4.Let me play, too, please?
5.Catch a fish with the net.
6.I have a pet snake.
7.Set the table ,would you!.
8.My father is an animal vet.
9.Cats don’t like to get wet.
10.Are you finished , yet?

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16 Tenses in English Grammar | English Tenses, 16 Tenses in English and Example Sentences

Verb Tenses are different forms of verbs describing something happened in the past, happening at present or will happen in the future. By expanding these three forms, you will learn 16 tenses in all. Tense is a modal aspect of the verb. There are 16 tenses in English Grammar in all. The tenses refer to the time of an action or state. The time of the state is not indicated by the tense. For example, if I say: I run (state); I run (present tense); I ran (past tense); I will run (future tense) – it does not say when I run – right now, yesterday, or tomorrow. In this blog post, we will look at 16 tenses in English grammar. For each of these 16 tenses, we will see the formula, the structure, and the definition.

Sunday Shopping Japan | Driving Japan | Yoshino-cho – Sakurai City – Kashhara

A quick Sunday drive through #sakuraicity to #gyomusupermarket and #lamusupermarket Enjoy the music as well as the roads of the #Kashihara @lamusupermarket @gyomusuper_ch Equipment: iPhone 13 DJI Gimbal

River Ambience Pt 2

#watersounds #riversounds #naturesounds #taniyamariver #izuo #yoshino Shot in Cinematic Mode...

English In Action – Walking Tour – ESL Learning

English In Action – Walking Tour – ESL Learning

#japanwalk #nara #asmr #english #esl In today’s 4K Japan Walking Tour, we will take a brisk walk around Yoshino County in Nara, Japan while learning how to articulate and describe what we see in English Playlists of more Japan Walk videos Yoshino County Walk Route 169 Japan Day Walks – Subscribe for more ASMR 4K Walk Japan Virtual Tour Videos. Camera used in this video – Gimbal used in this video – Microphone used in this video –

50 Most Common Used Words In English-Revisited

50 Most Common Used Words In English-Revisited

What are high-frequency words? #highfrequencywords #trickywords High-frequency words are one of the main types of sight words and are those words which occur most frequently in written material, for example, “and”, “the”, “as” and “it”. They are often words that have little meaning on their own, but they do contribute significantly to the meaning of a sentence as a whole. Some of the high-frequency words can be sounded out using basic phonic rules, for example, “it” is an easy word to read using phonics. However, many of the high-frequency words are not phonically regular and are therefore hard to read in the early stages. Some high frequency words are called tricky words, or sight words. In addition to being difficult to sound out, most of these high frequency words have a rather abstract meaning which is hard to explain to children. It’s easy to learn words like “cat” and “house” because they can easily be related to a real object or a picture, but representing the words “the” or “of” is tricky because there’s no point of reference.