Word Family Tales are humorous read-aloud stories created to build early phonics skills by teaching children to recognize “families” of words that share the same spelling pattern. This key reading strategy helps kids decode new words with ease—and become stronger readers, writers, and spellers. Set learners on the path to literacy success with these rib-tickling tales—one for each of the top 25 word families!
Extreme English! contains over 45,000 English words and phrases, including basic vocabulary (Basic English collections in various language versions), technical and scientific vocabulary (Advanced English), and highly advanced vocabulary required on college exams in the United States (Power Words!). In addition, the package includes English Grammar (exercises for the most important problems of English grammar), Irregular Verbs (a collection of essential irregular verb forms), and Pronunciation and Spelling (which enables you to practice pronouncing and spelling those English words which foreigners find the most challenging).
5 Weak Words to Avoid & What to Use Instead (Infographic)
Nobody can stand weak words. And neither can you. This infographic will help you identify and replace weak, meaningless words with stronger ones. You'll be surprised how a few simple word replacements can change the impact of your text completely.
33 Commonly Misunderstood Words & Phrases (Infographic)
Even native English writers have been caught screwing up these words and phrases, which spell check often can't find. Idioms, homonyms, or words that sound alike, often present as an obstacle in comprehending words. Have a look at these 33 commonly misunderstood expressions!
16 Persuasive Writing Secrets & Influential Words (Infographic)
No matter if essay or sales copy, persuading your readers to agree with you can help convert them into paying customers or get you a higher grade for your next essay. Have a look at this infographic to find out how to maximize your persuasiveness and how to use it for your own benefits.
16 Boring Words & What to Use Instead (Infographic)
Are boring words hurting your writing? Some words, when repetitively used, become boring for the reader. Consider using a synonym instead, which might help convey the meaning more vividly and accurately.