One of the most popular recent blog posts here has been the Internet vocabulary mind map.
People from all over the world have read the blog post and downloaded the mind map.
In response, we decided to create an interactive learning module using some of the vocabulary from the mind map.
Louise and Simon helped Barney to test the module. In the process, they learned a lot more about the names of elements of a webpage and what those elements are used for.
So, if you need to learn the different between check boxes and radio buttons and to drag & drop and to hover, click on the red button below and try the interactive learning module.
We are creating more and more interactive materials for our blog and to support our language courses. If there is a particular area of language you think we should focus on, please use the comment box below or contact us with your ideas.
Homophones are words that are pronounced the same but have different spellings and meanings.
The words but are easy to say but it’s important to know the spellings and meanings og the most common English homophones. Even native-speakers of English sometimes make mistakes in
there their writing.
Test yourself with our interactive homophone quiz.
TRY THE QUIZ
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