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March 27th, 2024

B1.2 UNIT 6 PART 2.2

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Extension class...

remember!

  • After the holidays, we will start with Unit 6 part 3 and the assessable tasks of unit 6 will be available for you to complete.
  • CEED will remain closed from March 28th until April 8th (EASTER HOLIDAYS)

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"if only" & "i wish"

  • S is sometimes silent after a vowel: "island", "aisle", "isle"...
  • Other cases of silent W are: "law", "saw", "answer", "knowledge"...
  • W is silent in initial wr: "write", "wrist", "wrinkled"...
  • T is sometimes silent after s: "listen", "castle", "fasten"...
  • K or G are silent in initial kn, gn: "knock", "knee", "knife", "gnat", "gnome"...
  • C is silent sielnt in initial "sc": "science", "scene", "scissors"...
  • GH is silent in the group "ght": "eight", "tight", "thought"...
  • GH is silent in: "although", "sigh", "neighbour"...
  • B and N in final "mb" or "mn": "climb", "bomb", "hymn"...
  • B is sometimes silent after t: "debt", "doubt", "subtle"...

In English there are some letters that are "silent". In other words, they are not pronounced even though they are written. Take a look at the following instances:

pronunctiation - silent leters

CHAIR

KNIFE

GNOME

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS DO NOT CONTAIN A SILENT LETTER?

pronunctiation - silent leters

ISLAND

PNEUMONIA

MOUNTAIN

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS DO NOT CONTAIN A SILENT LETTER?

pronunctiation - silent leters

WRAP

SANDWICH

SKIRT

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS DO NOT CONTAIN A SILENT LETTER?

pronunctiation - silent leters

PUZZLE

CASTLE

MUSCLE

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS DO NOT CONTAIN A SILENT LETTER?

pronunctiation - silent leters

LEARNING

FOREIGN

SIGN

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS DO NOT CONTAIN A SILENT LETTER?

pronunctiation - silent leters

A)She needed to get fit again. B) She thought it would be fun. C) She wanted to do some travelling.

A) to deal with failure. B) to improve their technique. C) to get swimming qualifications.

A) She was not expected to win. B) She trained harder than usual. C) She wanted to take a cup home

A)She couldn’t go on school trips. B) She lost some of her friends. C) She missed lots of parties

A) exercising on land as well as in the water. B) going without meals during the day. C) travelling to a pool once a day.

A) she had joined a swimming club. B) her parents were keen on swimming. C) her swimming teacher encouraged her.

6) Why has Vicky started doing long-distance swimming...

5) As a swimming coach, Vicky thinks she’s best at teaching people...

4) What helped Vicky to do well in the national finals?

3) What did Vicky find hard about her training programme?

2) As a teenager, Vicky’s training involved...

1) Vicky first went in for competitions because...

You will hear an interview with a woman called Vicky Prince, a champiin swimmer who now works as a swimming coach. For each question, choose a correct answer:

Listening practice

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ANY DOUBTS?

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English teacher B1.2

Esther Chirivella Pina

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