Abc Pronunciary: American English Pronunciation Dictionary

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Vocalis Ltd., Jun 6, 1998 - Foreign Language Study - 116 pages
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Aimed at beginning-to-intermediate students, this set teaches the sounds of the American English alphabet, including vowels, consonants, digraphs, blends and silent letters, by providing a full description of the mouth formation with word examples. Practice sentences are included for reinforcement.
 

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ABC Pronunciary is a comprehensive review of LETTER-based phonics. Assuming that its YouTube posting mirrors the book's contents, a minor issue needs to be mentioned.
Analyzed ABC Pronunciary from
a SOUND-based orientation, we find three speech sounds are missing:
a) V12/oo/ hook; V12/u/ put; V12/ou/ should
b) C31/s/ television; C31/z/ azure
c) C35/ng/ ding, king, sing
Sound names V12, C31, C35 and all from V01 through C39 are used in *CloudSpelling*.
 

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Very helpful. Congratulation.

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Contents

Introduction pages
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Letters of the alphabet pages 683
83
Consonant blends pages 104105
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