domingo, 13 de noviembre de 2011

Pronunciation of the -(e)s endings

The pronunciation of the -(e)s endings in English, which comprises several grammar items including the pronunciation of the third person singular, plurals and the possessive case (saxon genitive), is a difficult pronunciation point for both students who are just starting to learn English and for a minority of English learners who have managed to reach the intermediate and even the advanced level without fully grasping how to pronounce them.

English teachers very often have to revise on a regular basis how -(e)s endings are pronounced. Today's activity has been designed by Cristina Cabal , an EOI English teacher, for her elementary students.

Her presentation includes some theoretical background, an audio file and an online activity. Click on the picture below to be directed to Cristina's activity.


If you wish to do further practise on the -(e)s endings, you can visit the following blog entries:

- Plurals (from the Machine goes on).