Well said: advanced English pronunciation
Well Said is designed to enhance speech intelligibility by focusing on common problems of advanced learners, such as stress, intonation, and rhythm.
-- Progression from a focus on form to a focus on meaning
-- Communicative activities: academic, home, or work settings
-- Peer evaluation
-- Transition from structured readings to spontaneous communication
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Using a Dictionary for Pronunciation
Getting Started with Sounds and Syllables
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American English Answer Key Chapter Check the Answer Check your answers Close your books Communicative Practice COMPLETE THE RULE computer keyboards content words count nouns dialogue discussion Example EXERCISE Extend Your Skills Final consonant sounds Foreign Languages function words graduate graph hear IBM computer intonation italicized words key words learning LISTENING ACTIVITY Mathematics Photography n Listen native speakers noun Oral Review pitch fall Preceding Statement pronounce pronunciation pronunciation skills Repeat the words rhythm patterns Rules and Practices say each sentence say the sentences say the words schwa situation sound/spelling patterns speaker on tape speaking special sentence focus speech spelling patterns Stress in Words stress patterns stressed syllable stressed words Student 2 says suffixes take turns saying tape say teacher tences thought groups tion TOEFL unstressed verb phrases voiced voiced consonants voiceless vowel sound word endings word pairs words and syllables write