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Pronunciation for English Learners | EnglishClub

Pronunciation for English Learners | EnglishClub | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
Learn to pronounce English with audio, video, tests and basic rules. EnglishClub helps ESL learners study pronunciation to improve speaking and listening.
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Useful English: Rising Intonation

Use of rising intonation in different types of sentences. Cases of change of standard patterns. Употребление интонации повышения в различных типах предложений. Случаи изменения стандартных моделей.
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Nine research facts about L2 phonology teaching and learning that every teacher should know

Nine research facts about L2 phonology teaching and learning that every teacher should know | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
1. Introduction In the last three weeks I have been researching L2 phonology acquisition as the teaching of pronunciation and decoding skills is one of my performance management targets for this year. This post, written in collaboration with Steve Smith of www.frenchteacher.net and Dylan Viñales of Garden International School, is a ‘prequel’ to a longer…
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The Schwa Is the Laziest Sound in All of Human Speech

The Schwa Is the Laziest Sound in All of Human Speech | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
We all know that English spelling is rarely a good guide to pronunciation. One big reason for this is the prevalence of schwa in the spoken language. That's why dictionaries and other written guides to pronunciation make use of a special symbol to represent the schwa sound. It looks like...
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