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  • Hello and welcome to One-Minute Wednesdays where I teach you English in just one minute!

  • You solidify your knowledge by writing a practice sentence down below, and I will give it a thumb up if it's correct, and I will try to correct you if it's not.

  • So, let's start that clock.

  • 'Aisle' versus 'I'll'.

  • These are homophones.

  • That means they are spelt differently but they sound the same.

  • 'Aisle', 'I'll'.

  • Now 'aisle' means passageway between seats or shelves.

  • For example, you'll find aisles in a supermarket, and you'll find an aisle in a church.

  • You'll find aisles on trains and planes, and you'll also find aisles in a theater.

  • Next, we have 'I'll', the contraction of 'I will'.

  • 'I'll.'

  • You might say, 'I'll be walking down the aisle on my wedding day.'

  • Or, 'I'll be going to aisle 13 in the supermarket to pick my favorite fruit.'

  • So now it's your turn.

  • Write a practice sentence or two down below using both of these words.

  • Good luck. See you next Wednesday!

Hello and welcome to One-Minute Wednesdays where I teach you English in just one minute!

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    Julianne Sung 發佈於 2021 年 08 月 16 日
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