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It is usually just referred to as 'infinitive without to,' e.g. 'go' and 'be', rather than 'to go' and 'to be'.
See word family.
A language teaching method developed by Berlitz language schools. (See Unit 8.)
See Content and Language Integrated Learning.
A sound formed by putting the two lips together (/p/, /b/ and /m/).
Trying to build up an understanding of a text (written or spoken) by starting with the smallest units – letters or sounds – and building these up to understand the words and grammatical structures in the sentences. The reader then tries to understand how the sentences relate to one another and so on. This process includes decoding and word attack skills.