New silent letters lists, article, PDFs and links

Although you can argue about the usefulness of teaching intonation, using minimal pairs, etc, I don’t think anyone can fail to appreciate the usefulness and instant impact of learning which letters in words are written but not pronounced. For example, this is also the only pronunciation point I’d teach to IELTS students who are taking the exam quite soon.

Unlike my last two new pages, this one is almost all new content, with a new list of 400 words with silent letter by level (for Elementary learners, Pre-Int learners, etc), a new article on how to present and practise silent letters, a few brand new PDFs, and links to the least bad of the related songs and picture books which I could find:

Silent letters games, worksheets, stories and songs – NEW

More PDFs and a silent letters poem also coming soon.

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1 Response to New silent letters lists, article, PDFs and links

  1. Graça Pires says:

    Thanks for sharing!!

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