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English central user guide example
 

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A nice guide from a faculty/staff in Oregon, showing their students how to use EnglishCentral

A nice guide from a faculty/staff in Oregon, showing their students how to use EnglishCentral

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    • Using English Central to practice Speaking-Listening-Vocabulary & Pronunciation You can register for English Central for free. By registering, the site remembers your progress. Choose a user name and password and enter your email address. If you don’t want to receive email updates from EnglishCentral make sure to uncheck the “Send me e-mail updates” box. Answer questions about your purpose for learning English, and your approximate level of proficiency. You also need to enter your native language and country of residence. Once you finish the registration process, you can start a free course (there are several Free courses as well as some that you have to pay for). You can also click “Browse” to choose free videos, vocabulary, or pronunciation practice.
    • Getting Started Using English CentralVocabulary Practice: English Central presents vocabulary in 10-word sets. Click “Start Quiz” to practice a set of new vocabulary. In this session the word “STAND” is presented. Listen to the example sentence then choose the correct definition. If you are not sure, click “Study this word”. You can stop any time and the program will remember your progress.Speaking/Listening Practice: There are many free videos organized by difficulty. First you “watch” then you practice speaking. The video player has controls for play, pause, forward, backward, slow down. If you click on a word in the transcript you can see a definition and pronunciation help for each word.
    • Speaking: After you watch a video, you can practice speaking lines from the video’s transcript. Before you can begin, you need to set up your microphone. Click “Mic Setup” to begin There are clear instructions for setting up your microphone. Click the record button to record your voice. You can click the compare button to compare your voice to the speaker in the video.