How to Pronounce 'ECHO' - English Pronunciation


In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word echo. This word is used as a noun and as a verb. As a noun it refers to the sound caused by the reflection of sound waves from a surface back to the speaker. As a verb, it describes the action of a sound being repeated after the original sound has already stopped. The word comes from the Greek word ?kh? meaning ‘a sound’.

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The future tenses is a complex area indeed. There are 7 most common tenses related to the future tense. Used as a reference for future time frame, understanding the usage will help to identify which future tense form to be used according to the context. One should note that the 'present simple' and the 'present continuous' can also be used for future applications. The teaching ideas give a good illustration as to the kind of activities/exercises that we can come up with to reiterate the proper usage and drilling of the future tense.