Friday, 22 April 2022

A Comprehensive Lesson on Word Stress


What Is Word Stress?

In English, the individual sounds of a word (i.e. syllables—which we’ll discuss in just a moment) aren’t pronounced with the same weight. One syllable receives more emphasis than the others.

For example, there are three syllables in the word “beautiful” /BEAU-ti-ful/ and the word stress falls on the first one /BEAU/. (Please note that in this lesson, I’ll demonstrate the stress in a word by capitalizing all the letters that make up the syllable.)

Wednesday, 20 April 2022

Unilorin Cut Off Mark

Unilorin cut off mark for previous session

You can work with it, hopefully, it'll remain the same.

UTME CUT-OFF COURSE

1..   B. Aquaculture and                                    Fisheries 180

2..   B.Agric 200

3..   B.Sc. Food Science 200

4..   B.Sc. Home Economics 180

5..   B. Forestry and Wildlife 180

6..   B.A. Arabic 180

7..   B.A. English 210

Tuesday, 19 April 2022

A Complete Lesson on Diction/Oral English: Vowel and Consonant Sounds


Hello everyone, you're amply welcome to our blog page. Today we shall be examining some momentous lessons under Diction/Speech Work/Oral English.

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