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English Sounds

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for students learning to speak English, by Merle Braithwaite
ISBN 0-473-08162-8

This practical guide to the pronunciation of English sounds will be particularly useful to teachers in their work with school PUPILS AND students and adults to whom English is a foreign language.

The aim of teaching pronunciation is to achieve what Abercrombie describes as “ comfortable intelligibility – pronunciation which can be understood with little or no conscious effort on the part of the listener”.

English Sounds focuses on:

  • The strong relationship between auditory discrimination skills and pronunciation
  • the use of a multi-sensory approach to teach phonemes, which cause confusion
  • the use of target sounds in spontaneous speech

Recommended in the Ministry of Education publication:
English Language Intensive Programme Unit


22/05/2010

SOUNDS OF ENGLISH: IMPROVE YOUR PRONUNCIATION

 
HI!  Do you want to improve your English pronunciation? You have to learn the sounds. And practise a lot!





ONE: Visit this website to practise the English sounds. You can play online or download the chart to your PC.





 

TWO: Play a phonics game. Listen to the sound and click on the correct letter. Click here to play.

 

 
 

THREE: Play with minimal pairs. Minimal pairs are very similar sounds, like /b/ and /v/.   Listen to the word and click on the word you hear. Blue arrows to change the word. Click here to play.

 


 
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