How to Pronounce 'CAPTIOUS'- English Grammar

 

In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word captious. This word describes a person who likes to point out flaws and errors and enjoys raising objections to other people's statements or opinions. Common synonyms for captious can be critical, faultfinding, and judgmental.


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The first unit can be divided into two parts. The first part explains what a good teacher should be like and what roles he or she plays in class. The second part is about learners, it lists a successful student's qualities and gives an idea of how students can differ from each other in age, knowledge, behavior etc. Also, two frameworks for English level evaluating were given.Unit 17 \"Equipment and teaching aids\" provided us with ideas on what equipment a TEFL teacher can use in the classroom and how to handle this tools correctly. A teacher can use the classic blackboard in his or her classroom or a modern whiteboard. However mostly depends on what the school can provide. It is important that a teacher knows how to use either of them correctly.