Tag Archives: voice

barefoot with beginners

A few weeks ago I started a new class. An A1.1 class.  It’s been a long time since I’ve taught beginners. Or I should say it’s been a long time since I taught English to beginners. It’s a small class. … Continue reading

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Lessons in Welsh revisited

My blog was one year old yesterday and in the spirit of anniversaries I went back and re-read my first post  only to find that I’ve come round in a full circle.  No surprise really, it’s that time of year. … Continue reading

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V is for Voice

This post is inspired by Scott Thornbury’s recent P = pronunciation  post.  As always it’s great, thought-provoking stuff, and the comments make fascinating reading.  What I wanted to pick up on and think through a bit more was Scott’s “t” … Continue reading

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