Pronunciation teaching books

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  • Pronunciation has to solve the problems of English learners, the problem most people think to read standard English, it is difficult, but actually reading standard English is not difficult at all, the problem you need to know how to pronounce on the application of speaking and listening or presentation techniques to the story is worth mentioning.

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  • Effective pronunciation involes accurate production of individual sounds in a total lânguge situation including tress and intônatin.Sounds english is a course which trains in this complex area of language learning in this complex area of language learing.Each unit stars with intensive practive in hearing and saying particular sounds, then moves on to reat- life

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  • Lesson plan This unit deals with the students’ listening awareness of both short and long vowel sounds. You might note that there is no universally agreed concept of what each vowel sound should be. Although this book uses the phonetic symbols from the International Phonetic Alphabet, which is based on Southern British English pronunciation, there are many other acceptable pronunciations which you could check in a good dictionary.

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  • Unlike other vocabulary books, Verbal Advantage provides a complete learning experience, with clear explanations of meanings, word histories, usages, pronunciation, and more. Far more than a cram session for a standardized test, the book is designed as a lifetime vocabulary builder, teaching a vocabulary shared by only the top percentage of Americans, with a proven method that helps the knowledge last.

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  • Read the following paragraphs and carefully determine what the main idea is for each. The best way to approach these questions is to first read the paragraph and then, in your own words, restate what you think the author is trying to say. From the five choices, select the one statement that best supports the author’s point.

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  • Young children acquire language naturally. Unlike the adults, the children receive language without realizing that they are learning the language. They have the ability to imitate the pronunciation and himself discovered the rules. Reference book "In the tropics" for additional documents for the process of teaching English to the children.

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  • Young children acquire language naturally. Unlike the adults, the children receive language without realizing that they are learning the language. They have the ability to imitate the pronunciation and himself discovered the rules. Reference book "Ways matter changes" for additional documents for the process of teaching English to the children.

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  • Young children acquire language naturally. Unlike the adults, the children receive language without realizing that they are learning the language. They have the ability to imitate the pronunciation and himself discovered the rules. Reference book "The three wishes " for additional documents for the process of teaching English to the children.

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  • Young children acquire language naturally. Unlike the adults, the children receive language without realizing that they are learning the language. They have the ability to imitate the pronunciation and himself discovered the rules. Reference book "The telephone how it works" for additional documents for the process of teaching English to the children.

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  • A Book of English Idioms English in Tables An Introduction to the Pronunciation of English Build Up Your English The Complete Plain Words Fowler's Modern English Usage The Linguistic Sciences and Language Teaching The Structure of Technical English A Guide to Correct English Guide to Patterns and Usage in English Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English And English Reader's Dictionary Everyman's English Pronouncing Dictionary English Sentence Structure Better English Pronunciation A Grammar of English Words The Use of English English Grammar ...

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  • Colloquial English is an easy-to-use course, specially written by an experienced teacher for self-study or class use. It teaches current spoken and written English, as used in the UK, through the medium of English itself. This course assumes a basic knowledge of English and is suitable for post-beginners, whether studying on their own or as part of a class. Features include: full explanations and illustrations of grammatical terms pronunciation guide to help with areas of particular difficulty a variety of exercises to help learners to grow in confidence ...

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  • A course in spoken English may be either in the form of 'what to say', or in the form of 'how to say*. The former is usually focussed on English conversation, and the latter on English pronunciation. The former aims to teach how to express communicative functions, such as asking questions, making requests, getting things done, or expressing greetings, farewells, apologies, regrets, thanks, etc.

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  • Before the lesson read through the tapescript. Pre-teach any new words and phrases in class. Some of the opening activities combine vocabulary work and pronunciation. Let students work on their own when classifying vocabulary/ comparing their answers in pairs.

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  • It may have already occurred to you that this "toughest job you'll ever love seems almost impossible. Look at some of the obstacles you may be facing. Your students are numerous; many may be older than you. Textbooks are scarce, and again, many may be older than you. The physical conditions are austere, with a tin roof that creaks as the temperature rises and obliterates all other sound when the rains come. Pictures and posters disappear from the classroom walls. Desks are too few. The blackboard has been worn to a light grey and chalk stubs are...

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  • There is an index with pronunciation for all the key vocabulary, a table of phonetic symbols, and an answer key at the end of this book. The book focuses not just on single words, hut on useful phrases and collocations. For example, difficult teaching points such as the difference between do and make.

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