It’s a new term at IEI, and we have five new links for you. Remember to come back every Friday for the newest and most useful articles, infographics, videos and more for English students!
Oxford Dictionaries offers video demonstrations of how some common words (such as zebra) are pronounced differently in the U.S. and the U.K. This follows last week’s post on different names for food in American and British English.
Grammar.net shares a great infographic on preposition use plus a set of exercises to practice commonly confused prepositions.
Have you ever heard “they” used as a singular noun? It can be used for situations when you don’t know if the person you’re talking about is male or female. It’s also preferred by some people who don’t identify as male or female. Celeste at Grammarly explains.
Lots of English words come from Latin, and many of these have irregular plural forms. Here’s a handy list of Latin-based English nouns, sorted by ending, with the correct plural spellings.
Bloodsuckers – And I Don’t Mean Politicians
Learn some new vocabulary as you read about everybody’s least favorite summertime insect, the mosquito.