Elements of Pronunciation: Intensive Practice for Intermediate and More Advanced Students, Volume 1
Practice in features of English pronunciation that intermediate and more advanced students usually find difficult. Elements of Pronunciation provides intensive and enjoyable practice in features of English pronunciation that intermediate and more advanced students usually find difficult. The clever and convincing dialogues concentrate on stress timing, weak forms, contractions, linking and consonant clusters, as well as providing valuable intonation practice. The material is suitable for classroom use or self-study. A set of six audio CDs that contain the recorded dialogues is also available.
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