SOUNDS ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION PRACTICE BOOK AUDIO

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In this pronunciation course for intermediate students of English, each unit provides intensive practice in stress and intonation of particular sound contrasts. The book aims to integrate the practice of intonation patterns with sounds and to use. #Sounds English: Pronunciation Practice Book & Audio Tape (ELT Skills). Longman PDF +CD In this pronunciation course for intermediate students of. Longman - Sounds English A Pronunciation Practice ().pdf - Free download as PDF File .pdf) or read online for free.


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Sounds English: Pronunciation Practice Book & Audio Tape (ELT Skills) by Clare Fletcher () [Clare Fletcher;Peter O'Connor;Joanne Kenworthy] on. The Sound of English - A Practical Course in British English Pronunciation by of standard British English with Pronunciation Studio's course book and audio. has a dedicated page with its IPA symbol, spellings, examples and practice. Pronunciation Studio's new course book with pages of pronunciation drills, exercises and diagrams, all with audio.

He decided to try out his own strategies. Mr Audu, who was not confident about his own speaking skills, decided to practise his oral skills at home and tried to ensure that: his reading speed was at a normal conversational pace, his pronunciation was accurate, and his voice level and tone were modulated to make his speech intelligible. He also selected some recorded material from the Teachers Resources Centre.

However, first he had to: Adjust the seating arrangement so that each student could hear the recording clearly.

Adjust the volume of the audio system to a comfortable listening volume. Minimise the effect of background noise that might interfere with the sounds while the tape played.

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After ensuring that these problems were taken care of, he made exercises for his students to complete while and after listening to the recordings. The students found this new learning resource interesting, and after a month or so of practice, their teacher found them spending more time listening to radio and TV broadcasts and entertainment programmes in English.

Points to ponder Do you think it is important to teach your students to practise listening, since they already hear you speaking English in every class?

Have you used the audio player in your class to give your students pronunciation practice?

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How did you deal with background noise? Adjust the volume of the audio system to a comfortable listening volume. Minimise the effect of background noise that might interfere with the sounds while the tape played.

After ensuring that these problems were taken care of, he made exercises for his students to complete while and after listening to the recordings. The students found this new learning resource interesting, and after a month or so of practice, their teacher found them spending more time listening to radio and TV broadcasts and entertainment programmes in English. Points to ponder Do you think it is important to teach your students to practise listening, since they already hear you speaking English in every class?

Have you used the audio player in your class to give your students pronunciation practice? How did you deal with background noise?

Longman - Sounds English A Pronunciation Practice (1989).pdf

Activities Activity 1: Distinguishing sound differences Activity 1 Second-language speakers of English often confuse the pronunciations of the long and short vowel sounds of English. Some of these differences are found in ship and sheep, full and fool, gull and girl and so on. Students can usually recognise or pronounce these words correctly when spoken in isolation.

However, when they hear the same words in a specific context, they are often unable to distinguish the difference in pronunciation. You could not be signed in.

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However, first he had to: Adjust the seating arrangement so that each student could hear the recording clearly. Sign Up. For this reason we teach this sound in a class all of its own separately from the other sounds, as understanding the schwa can unlock the way English pronunciation works for many learners.

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What happens in pronunciation when one word ends in a consonant sound and the next word begins with a vowel sound?

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