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TESOL Videos - Capital vs Capitol - English Grammar - Teaching Tips
In this video, we explain the difference between the usage of "capital" and "capitol". These two terms are often confused due to their similar spelling and pronunciation. The word ?capital? is used to refer to a capital letter, a city that serves as a center of government and also wealth in the form of money or property. A good example sentence would be: In American schools, the capital letter "A" means your work was at least 90% correct. This sentence uses 'capital' to refer to a capitalized letter, 'A' in this case. Tokyo is the capital of Japan. In this example, capital refers to the capital city of Japan. The business did not have enough capital to buy the new building. Here, capital means money or wealth. "Capitol" spelled with an ?o? on the other hand refers to the actual capitol buildings in Washington, D.C. and in each US state. We can therefore say: The United States Capitol building is located in Washington, D.C.
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This was a really good topic. I always wanted to know why it is import to use a lesson plan. I know it can be use to keep your class running smoothly and keeps you as the teacher organized. its also a good working report to keep and share if your out sick so your lesson can be covered.In this unit, it shows me a clear guideline of each tense; Before learning it, some tenses were blurring to me. Now I am not intimidated to answer the relevant questions about the tenses; Instead I am confident and happy more than ever. I can't wait to finish all the study of tenses;Possibly the toughest chapter of the course so far. This is one of the units that is not only challenging for the students, but for the teacheras well. However, sticking to the guideline, will help the teacher assidst the student speak an improved English over the period of the course.