Zapp! English Vocabulary & Pronunciation 2.10 – Describing Things

by Mark on April 10, 2013

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Zapp! English Vocabulary & Pronunciation 2.10 – Describing Things


eBooks - Zapp! Vocabulary Describing ThingsVery often we need to describe things. What are they made of? What are the parts of an object called? How are they different from other things? You’ll learn adjectives for appearance and parts of things in this unit, and this language can be very useful for when you’ve forgotten the name of an object or want someone to tell you what it’s called. In pronunciation you’ll learn some words with unpronounced syllables and you’ll develop your listening skills as native speakers describe some of their things.

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sari July 5, 2013 at 9:54 am

thanks very much zapp English for this help.but why u didn’t have a video conversations ?

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Tom July 5, 2013 at 3:47 pm

Thanks for your comment Sari. We don’t yet include video conversations for a few reasons:

1. Audio is more accessible & portable (more devices support it)
2. Audio is cheaper to produce (we are a small group of teachers with limited resources so this is important)
3. It is easier for us to record real conversations with real people using audio than with video as people are scared of cameras more than microphones!

Despite this, in the future we will be looking at ways of providing video for people too. Good luck!

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