More Useful Words in English Lessons

    Here are some more words that you'll come across in English
    lessons.
    Using the chart as a guide, try to memorize all
    of them.
    Have you looked back at mem1 and mem2 recently?
     
    Have you looked back at mem1 and mem2 recently?
     
    WORD SYLLABLES DIFFICULT BITS
    metaphor met-a-phor -ph-
    myth myth -y- (not -i-)
    narrator nar-rat-or
    onomatopoeia on-o-mat-o-poei-a that last but one syllable is a real pain isn't it?
    pamphlet pam-phlet -phlet
    personification per-son-if-ic-a-tion easy when you break it up into syllables
    preposition pre-pos-i-tion
    playwright play-wright don't forget the -w- 
    resolution re-sol-u-tion
    rhyme rhyme I often get this one
    wrong: (I forget the -h-)
    scene scene sc- (like science)
    simile sim-i-le -le
    soliloquy sol-il-o-quy -quy
    synonym sy-no-nym sy- and -nym
    tabloid tab-loid -loid (noise, voice etc)
    vocabulary vo-cab-u-lary pronounce it clearly
    vowel vow-el don't forget -e-



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