If You Can Pronounce This Entire Poem Your English Is Better Than 98% Of People.

Damn english is SOME SHIT! IM so glad this was my first language. How confusing if it wasnt. i f You Can Pronounce Every Word Correctly In This Poem You're Better Than Of The Native English Speakers In The World.

Let this poem reveal to you that written English and Spoken English are two very different things.

Proof that the English language is crazy and makes no sense

Funny pictures about English pronunciation poem. Oh, and cool pics about English pronunciation poem. Also, English pronunciation poem.

Don't assume your students know the parts of speech or basic sentence structure.

The Writing Box: The Parts of Speech Poem. "Every name is called a noun,/as field and fountain, street and town.The interjection cries out, "Hark!/I need an exclamation mark!

I'm Emily, a 19 year old from Surrey studying for a BA in English Literature at the University of...

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100 Beautiful Words  || Ideas and inspiration for teaching GCSE English || www.gcse-english.com ||

The 100 Most Beautiful Words in English, I would say 100 of the most beautiful words, only a one hundred? How about just 100 beautiful words in English?

Engerish langridge

Engerish langridge

Writing challenge: read forward as someone being murdered read backward read as murderer perspective

A variety of resources for Ourselves, including My Body and Senses

Tune: Mary had a little lamb. A variety of resources for Ourselves, including My Body and Senses

Autumn sensory poem printable prompt. What a fun sensory literacy idea for fall

Free Printable Autumn Fall Writing Prompts for Kids

I could use this same layout for all 4 seasons. I love that it combines seasons, writing, and sensory skills. This will help my students practice writing in detail, using their 5 senses!

"Autumn is Here" inspirational poem for use in the primary classroom

Another rhyming idea "Autumn is Here" inspirational poem for use in the primary classroom

Maya Angelou was a very exceptional and successful African American female. This…  || Ideas and inspiration for teaching GCSE English ||

Maya Angelou was a very exceptional and successful African American female. This is one of many of her famous poems "And Still I Rise". The website gives a good view on how others viewed Ms.

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