The students can work alone or in teams. They work through each category and try and answer the questions. I'd recommend allowing them to speak out loud to try and sound out the words. (It's hilarious)
I'd recommend stopping at the end of each section to check the answers and correct pronunciation.
English is spoken differently all over the world. None of the dialects are wrong so I haven't included an answer sheet. It's up to you as the teacher to decide how you want to educate your students.
This was made with the help of Americans, Canadians, British and a New Zealander. So the choice of words have been thought about carefully.
The purpose of this exercise is to make the students really think about how they are saying the words they already know. It's not really about right or wrong but to stop sloppy mistakes and mumbling.