English Grammar & Phonetics

7.5.1

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TeacherApp English – Written by Professors.
Learn English Grammar and Phonetics.
Topics with simple explanation, Audios, Exams and Exercises.
Download Resources to Learn for free.

LISTENING PRACTICE
More than 1300 Audios to Listen to Offline. Also available on Grammar and Phonetics Topics!

TRANSLATE THE CONTENT
If you need help you can Listen to or Translate Content for a Better Comprehension.

ENGLISH EXAMS
Prepare for Universal Exams as TOEFL | IELTS | TOEIC | BEC | CAE | OET | and others.

ENGLISH RESOURCES
Download free Resources to Learn. Grammar Exercises, Audio Packs, English Boxes and more.

ENGLISH QUIZZES
Practise and Learn English with Interactive Quizzes.

BEGINNER VOCABULARY
– Vocabulary with Audios and Pictures to Learn Words and Pronunciation

ENGLISH PHONETICS | PHONEMIC CHART
– Symbols from the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) used in British English

ENGLISH PHONETICS | ALPHABET
– Interactive Alphabet with Audios and Transcriptions

ENGLISH PHONETICS | PRONUNCIATION TRAINING
– Audios to learn the Phonemes Pronunciation
– Vowels
– Diphthongs
– Consonants

ENGLISH PHONETICS | VOWELS – CONSONANTS SOUNDS
– Short/Long Vowels
– Front/Centre/Back Vowels
– Voiced/Unvoiced Consonants
– Plosive/Fricative/Affricate/Nasal/Approximant Consonants.

ENGLISH PHONETICS | TRANSCRIPTIONS
– Phonemes with examples in common spelling and their Transcription

ENGLISH PHONETICS | SPELLING RULES
– Sounds and Rules
– Schwa Sound
– Soft and Hard

ENGLISH PHONETICS | INTONATION
– Rising Intonation
– Falling Intonation
– Fall-Rise Intonation

ENGLISH PHONETICS | STRESS PATTERNS
– Word Stress
– Sentence Stress

ENGLISH GRAMMAR | TENSES
– Simple Present Tense
– Present Continuous Progressive Tense
– Present Perfect Tense
– Present Perfect Continuous Tense
– Simple Past Tense
– Past Continuous Progressive Tense
– Past Perfect Tense
– Past Perfect Continuous Tense
– Simple Future Tense
– Future Progressive Tense
– Future Going to Tense
– Future Perfect Simple Tense
– Future Perfect Progressive Tense

ENGLISH GRAMMAR | VERB TO BE
– Present Affirmative
– Present Negative
– Present Interrogative
– Past Simple Affirmative
– Past Simple Negative
– Past Simple Interrogative

ENGLISH GRAMMAR | IRREGULAR VERBS
– Full list
– Infinitive
– Past Simple
– Past Participle

ENGLISH GRAMMAR | MODAL VERBS
– Can
– Could
– May/Might
– Will/Shall
– Should/Ought to
– Must/Have to
– Would

ENGLISH GRAMMAR | PRONOUNS
– Personal Pronouns
– Objective Pronouns
– Possessive Pronouns
– Reflexive Pronouns
– Demonstrative Pronouns
– Interrogative Pronouns
– Indefinite Pronouns
– Relative Pronouns
– Reciprocal Pronouns

ENGLISH GRAMMAR | CONDITIONALS
– Zero Conditional
– First Conditional
– Second Conditional
– Third Conditional

ENGLISH GRAMMAR | NOUNS
– Types of Nouns
– Gender and Number of Nouns
– Simple and Compound Nouns
– Functions of Nouns

ENGLISH GRAMMAR | CONNECTORS
– Copulative Connectors
– Disjunctive Connectors
– Conditional Connectors
– Concessive Connectors
– Conclusive Connectors
– Continuative Connectors
– Adversative Connectors
– Causative Connectors

ENGLISH GRAMMAR | ADVERBS
– Adverbs of Manner
– Adverbs of Time
– Adverbs of Place
– Adverbs of Degree
– Adverbs of Frequency
– Grammar Rules
– Use of the Adverbs

ENGLISH GRAMMAR | ARTICLES
– Definite Article
– Indefinite Articles

ENGLISH GRAMMAR | ADJECTIVES
– Qualifying Adjectives
– Demonstratives Adjectives
– Quantitative Adjectives
– Interrogative Adjectives
– Possessive Adjectives
– Numerical Adjectives
– Grammar Rules

ENGLISH GRAMMAR | COMPARATIVE – SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
– Comparative Adjectives
– Superlative Adjectives

ENGLISH GRAMMAR | PASSIVE VOICE
– Simple Present | Simple Past
– Infinitive | Perfect Infinitive
– Present Perfect | Past Perfect
– Present Continuous | Past Continuous
– Two Objects | More Interesting Facts

BRITISH | AMERICAN ENGLISH
You can see the alternatives that there exist between these two classes to refer to one same thing, using different terms.

What's new

- More than 1300 Audios to Listen to Offline.
- English Quizzes.
- New content to Learn and Download.
- Bug fixes and improvements.

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