How to Pronounce 'WHODUNIT'- English Grammar

 

In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word whodunit. This word describes a mystery or detective story that can either be a movie, a book, a play or anything to that extend. It is basically a short form of the words Who has done it?, meaning who is the criminal / murder in the story.


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This unit outlines some of the personality traits and roles teachers and students need in order to become successful. It also outlines some of the reasons why people choose to learn ESL and the different challenges teachers face when teaching students of different backgrounds and age.This unit was easier to digest as I had already done the unit on present tenses and so found this one an easy continuation of that. I thinking having to explain the usage of these past tenses to students is a tricky one and will need further research/guidance with examples. Thank you!In this unit we have learned about parts of speech. Parts of speech explain us how a word is used in a sentence. There are main parts of speech: noun, pronoun, adjective, verb, adverb, preposition, conjunction, gerund and articles. Most part of speech can be divided into sub-classes.


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