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The TMCC Library offers our students streaming videos to assist in their studies. Here are a few suggestions.
Films on Demand
Films on Demand
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Films on Demand: A Sample of Some of the Videos that are Available
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Alexander Street Press: A Sample of Some of the Videos that are Available
Basic Grammar: Yes or No Questions
English grammar lesson on how to form yes/no questions. Educational game for practice.
Basic Grammar: Nouns, Verbs, and Adjectives
English grammar lesson for beginners on three basic parts of speech. Two interactive practice activities: sorting and odd-one-out.
Subject Verb Agreement
English grammar lesson for intermediate and advanced learners. Explanation of the rules related to subject-verb agreement. Lots of examples given. Includes interactive practice activity.
English grammar lesson about how to form possessives (pronouns, adjectives and apostrophe S). Includes a guessing game for practice.
There are 3 possible pronunciations for the -ED at the end of a word: /t/, /d/, and /id/. Play along with Misha and Larissa as they practice how to pronounce -ED endings.
English pronunciation lesson on how to pronounce plurals. Brainstorming and memory game for practice.
/f/ and /p/
English pronunciation lesson contrasting the sounds /f/ and /p/. Explanation. Listening discrimination activity. Production activity. Tongue twister. Timed brainstorming activity.