This webinar is hosted in English
We're going to spend a whole lesson looking at final consonant linking in cv connections in English speech. For example, in the sentence "I like English" there is one example of final consonant linking: "like English" becomes Lai King glish
If you are interested in this kind of thing, you will be sure to enjoy this lesson! Make sure you have your microphone plugged in, so that you can speak during the class.
This class will be relaxed and fun, so please come and join us if you would like to improve your speaking and listening skills in a friendly class.
See you there! ;)
Certificate in Education
I'm a qualified English teacher and lecturer in English language with more than fourteen years of experience teaching EFL / ESL - both in the classroom and online. I have a BA Honours degree in Drama from the University of Wales and a Postgraduate Certificate in Further Education from the University of Derby.
In 2002 I launched EnglishBanana.com, which has become a hugely popular English language learning resource website.
In 2016 I launched Purland Training, with the aim of teaching a range of subjects - both online and in the classroom. Click here to go there now: http://purlandtraining.com