PART I: English vowels, diphthongs and consonant sounds
- You can add words you know next to each sound and then make relevant sentences to repeat out loud. Please note it includes a worksheet to practise.
- Check what you’ve learned with these online exercises:
- You can use a Text-to-speech Reader to hear full sentences; or try an Online Converter to see the transcription of full sentences. There’s this interactive Phonemic Chart for further practice of isolated sounds.
- Remember there are a number of apps to help you improve your pronunciation:
- You can also check the following exercise on Homophones like AUNT and AREN’T /a:nt/.
- Test your Transcription skills and then complete this Phonetics Exercise. There is also a worksheet on Silent Letters. Finally, read the following paragraph out loud and then write it down:
gʊd mɔrnɪŋ ɛvriwən. tədei wi wɪl lərn əbaʊt ɪŋglɪʃ ɪntəneʃən. ɪt ɪz vɛri ɪmpɔrtənt ðæt ju lərn fənɛtɪks ænd ɪntəneʃən ɪf ju wɑnt tu spik wɛl ænd lərn nju w3ːrdz. ju kæn ɒlso præktɪs ɒnlɑjn juzɪŋ ə dɪkʃənɛri.
- Preliminary Unit
- Lesson 0: English Sounds, Intonation & Stress
- Lesson 1: Present Simple or Continuous?
- Lesson 2: Reviewing some peculiar verbs
- Lesson 3: Types of questions
- Lesson 4: Types of pronouns
- Lesson 5: Time sequencers & Linking words
- Lesson 6: Summarising a story
- Lesson 7: Why do we celebrate Christmas / Hanukkah?
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