CH Sounds - The Three Sounds of CH: Did you know that the pronunciation of many blends in the English language are not as straightforward as they seem?
The 'Ch' blend actually has three different sounds. The most common is the ch heard in chip, then there is the ch heard in anchor and the ch hear
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This comparison of Kyd's The Spanish Tagedy and Shakespeare's Hamlet is part of my Hamlet commentary (246 pages, 103,380 words). The document presents an analysis of Kyd's drama and examines the similarities and differences between these two revenge tragedies, showing how Shakespeare was indebted t
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1. Stay abreast with English word usage – many teachers tend to forget the uses of many words because most of the