Saturday, October 14, 2023

Container Words

A container word is usually connected to an uncountable noun, to form a countable amount.

For example, butter is uncountable, but we can count STICKS of butter or PACKETS of butter. So, stick  and packet are container words.

We also use container words with some countable nouns. For example, we can say a BUNCH of grapes or a BUNCH of bananas. 

Quiz number 52 features 28 container words and has been redone to include images and pronunciation.

You can try the quiz here:

www.roadtogrammar.com?52



A BUNCH of grapes:



Saturday, October 07, 2023

Word Stress Activity with Better Notes

I've reformatted the site's word stress activity to look nicer and more specifically to have more comprehensive notes that explain word stress in greater detail.

You can try the activity here:

www.roadtogrammar.com/wordstress

Or you can read the notes separately here:

www.roadtogrammar.com/wordstress/notes.html


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Business English Listening Activities

I have just uploaded a new listening section on Road to Grammar's business English page. It features 20 short conversations suitable for...