Word Wangling is a collection of fun word games to help you look for patterns, shapes and relationships between letters and words.

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quite interesting...

I teach in a school where the English class pupils strongly believe that there is nothing to learn in english unless I spoke to them. How can I resolve the conflict, b/c I answered to them that 'I never learn anything that you pupils speak in your local dialect unless you (not, spoke to me) called my attention'?. Yours faithfully.

Hello Otuechere,

I'm afraid I don't understand your students' argument - are they saying that they only want to learn oral English? If so, you might want to point out that there are loads of resources on the internet written in English. If they mean something else, please explain it a bit more.

By the way, as a teacher, you might be interested in TeachingEnglish.

Good luck!

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Could you tell me how can I get another question of a game?

Hello spsDelta,

I'm not sure that I understand what you mean, but if you'd like there to be more questions in the different games, I'm afraid to say that there aren't any. Have you tried the Wordshake? It's quite different from this game, but the letters do change each time you play it. LearnEnglish Teens has a game called Sushi Spell which you might enjoy as well.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Under word wangling game, in stem words, how will I find the correct answer? I clicked on clue button but the answer is in jumbled words.

Hello Ajita12,

It doesn't seem there is a way to see the answers. If there's a specific word or two you'd like the answer to, please feel free to ask about it here – either we or other users can help you. 

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

How can I see my comments?

Hello Lakshmimaha,

All comments on LearnEnglish are read and moderated before they are published, so we can filter out any advertising or inappropriate comments. That is why there is sometime a short delay before you see your comments.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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