3.en.84 Phonetics, suffixes and preffixes

Yesterday did some pronunciation practice with some preffixes that are written the same in Spanish Catalan and English but pronounced differently. “micro” was one example.

mi·cro

 /ˈmaɪkroʊ/

Microwave; microscope; Microsoft; microorganisms

we also learnt some suffixes such as “less” and “ful” that pose some spelling problems

harmful; harmless; painful, painless.

Remember that painful is spelled with one single “l”

Here you can see a video on a type of microoorganisms: BACTERIA

I hope you enjoy it and you learn to pronounce BACTERIA with a perfect English accent.

bac·te·ri·a

 /bækˈtɪəriə/

Where do bacteria live?

  • Find examples from the video  and post results to the blog by Friday 6th May
  • Can bacteria be treated with antibiotics?
  • Did you like it?
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24 Respostes to “3.en.84 Phonetics, suffixes and preffixes”

  1. tatidt Says:

    Yes, then can be treated with antibiotics.
    It was a little bit strange, with the two rats singing, and when he says “to the mouth”, and we go into the mouth, and his inside his own mouth!

  2. Zandalie Says:

    Yes, bacteria can be treated with antibiotics.
    Yes, I liked it, but it was a bit strange the man who looked like a castaway (náufrago), and it seemed crazy singing with two rats.

  3. idaira Says:

    Yes,it can be treated with antibiotics.
    I liked it but is a little strange when the pirate explain
    when bacteria enter our body

  4. miguelinramonllull Says:

    Where do bacteria live? They live around us and inside us.
    1) Yes. The bacteria can be treated with antibiotics.
    2) Yes, is a combination beetween Science and music. I kiked it.

  5. Love Says:

    The bacteria lve around our body, and also around us, they are inside of our body.
    1)Yes, then can be treated with antibiotics.
    2) Ya, it was very funny, I like it, specially with the mouth.

  6. Daryl Jade Says:

    ·Bacteria live under-cooked food.
    ·Yes, but it is a lit a bit fast.

  7. claudiapg Says:

    Where do bacteria live?

    •Find examples from the video and post results to the blog by Friday 6th May
    Bacteria lives on food, on plates, on dirty sponges and anything we touch.
    •Can bacteria be treated with antibiotics?
    When bacteria makes us sick we need antibiotics to get better.
    •Did you like it?
    Yes, but the video was for small children.

  8. philline Says:

    -Where do bacteria live?
    * They live on food, in dirty things and around us.
    -Can bacteria be treated with antibiotics?
    * We need antibiotics.
    -Did you like it?
    * Yes, but that ‘pirate’ is creepy.

  9. emil7234 Says:

    1. Where do bacteria live?
    The bacteria live in the food, around our body, in our body and when we touch something.
    2. Can bacteria be treated with antibiotics?
    The most part of batteries can be treated , but some can’t.
    3. Did you like it?
    Yes, but I think it was for small children.

  10. Peptoni Font Says:

    •Where do bacteria live?
    Bacteria lives on food or in plates.
    •Can bacteria be treated with antibiotics?
    Yes, bacteria can be treated with antibiotics.
    •Did you like it?
    Yes, I liked and the subtitles are a great help.

  11. angelblanchvallespir Says:

    •Where do bacteria live?
    Bacteria lives all around, in food, on the floor and on objects.
    •Can bacteria be treated with antibiotics?
    Yes, bacteria can be treated with antibiotics.
    •Did you like it?
    Yes, I liked but a little fast and some words a little difficult.

  12. pepe1997 Says:

    -Where do bacteria live?
    Bacteria lives in your hand in your bed in the foot that you eat, in general in the all objectes of the world.
    -Can bacteria be treated with antibiotics?
    Yes, bacteria can be treated with antibiotics.
    -Did you like it?
    Yes, I liked the video is very good but the words are very difficult.

  13. aina tous Says:

    -The bacteria lives around us; in the food, in animals, in all the materials.
    -Yes, the bacteria can be treated with antibiotics.
    -Yes, the vocabulary was easy, exepted some words.

  14. Pilar Says:

    •Where do bacteria live?
    Bacteria lives all around, on food, on plates, on dirty sponges and anything we touch.
    •Can bacteria be treated with antibiotics?
    Yes.
    •Did you like it?
    Well, is a little bit strange, but is good.

  15. andrea199762 Says:

    1. Yes, then can be treated with antibiotics.
    2. It’s good, I can learn very much.

  16. sarah789 Says:

    Where do bacteria live?
    -They live in a lot of places, for example in the food.
    Can bacteria be treated with antibiotics?
    -Yes.
    Did you like it?
    -Yes, I like it.

  17. juditell Says:

    1)Where do bacteria live?
    Bacteria live in food and all around.

    2) Can bacteria be treated with antibiotics?
    Yes, bacteria can be treated with antibiotics.

    3)Did you like it?
    Yes, I like it.

  18. guillemfurio Says:

    1. Where do bacteria live?
    They live around us and inside us.
    2. Can bacteria be treated with antibiotics?
    Yes. The bacteria can be treated with antibiotics.
    3. Did you like it?
    Yes.

  19. jlny7288 Says:

    1. Where do bacteria live?
    Bacteria lives in dirt, on food or all around.
    2. Can bacteria be treated with antibiotics?
    Yes, the bacteria can be treated with antibiotics.
    3. Did you like it?
    Yes, it’s a funny way for learning things about bacteria.

  20. sarabouza12 Says:

    1) Yes. The bacteria can be treated with antibiotics.
    2) Yes, is funny, and all the people know that I love the songs 🙂

  21. xiskete Says:

    1) They live in many places, in food, inside us, outside us.
    2) Yes can be created with the antibiotics.
    3) Yes is a very interesting.

  22. Rodrigo Deus Says:

    1. Bacteria lives in dirt, on food and all around.
    2. Yes.
    3. Yes, it’s funny and interesting.

  23. neusr Says:

    1)Bacteria lives in many places!
    2) yes.
    3) yes,I like it, is funny.

  24. alemanymarta Says:

    -The bacteria lives around us: in the food, in all the materials and in animals.
    Yes,it can be treated with antibiotics.
    Yes, it’s funny and very interesting.


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