English Pronunciation in Use Advanced Book with Answers, with Audio

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Cambridge University Press, Jan 25, 2007 - Foreign Language Study - 192 pages
The best-selling English Pronunciation in Use is a comprehensive reference and practice book suitable for self-study or classroom work. Sixty easy-to-use units cover all aspects of pronunciation, including individual sounds, word stress, connected speech and intonation. Each unit is supported by audio material in range of accents, available on audio CD. An additional reference section offers a glossary of specialized terms, help with the pronunciation of numbers and geographical names and fun exercises on phonemic symbols and minimal pairs. The CD-ROM provides a wide variety of additional interactive activities to reinforce the pronunciation covered in the book, as well as tests, progress checks, games and animated diagrams of the mouth showing learners how to produce individual sounds. Students can also record themselves and compare their pronunciation with one of the many models provided.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
5
Section B Pronunciation of words and phrases
20
Stress in words and phrases
26
Stressed and unstressed syllables
48
listen bottle politician etc Syllabic consonants
54
It
64
Organising information in conversation
70
shes got an ESSay to write Nonprominence on finalemptycontent words
78
Although I was tired I couldnt get to sleep Comparisons and contrasts
98
On the whole it went very well Attitude words and phrases 1
104
Intonation in managing conversation
110
One of the paintings he left to his sister Dividing prepared speech
116
The headteacher Mr Lee will be talking to parents Stepdowns adding
122
Section E Reference
128
Further practice
136
E5 Further reading
143

Intonation in telling asking and answering
84
What I dont understand IB is how it got there 9 Cleft sentences
90
Key to phonemic and other symbols
192
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