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American English Pronunciation Practice (For ESL/EFL) Ship or Sheep : minimal pair ESL pronunciation practice - free online. Englishcentral. ESL/EFL - Pronunciation. Pronunciation -Minimal Pairs. Graded English language dictations free online. 1 Students 2 Introductions 3 Numbers 4 Whose?

Graded English language dictations free online

5 Names and Numbers 6 A Timetable 7 A Form 8 A Friend 1 9 A Friend 2 10 A Friend 3 1 My Cat Trotsky 2 Strange Food (Anonymous) 3 Tears and Laughs (Samuel Beckett) 4 More Beckett 5 Numbers 6 That man 7 Charlie & the Chocolate Factory (Roald Dahl) 8 East of Eden (John Steinbeck) 9 The Unicorn (James Thurber) 10 A Tale of Two Cities (Charles Dickens) 11 Describing Self 1 12 Describing Self 2 13 Describing Self 3 14 The Cemetery 15 My Two Friends 16 Routine. Home. Tongue Twisters. Tongue Twisters TONGUE TWISTERS WITH “P,” “B,” and “V” · Elizabeth has eleven elves in her very big backyard boulevard. · Peter batted better than Pat poured butter, so Peter told Pat he batted poorly and better pour the butter better before he batted. · Vivian believes violent, violet bugs have very big value. · Vern VanBevy vowed to buy his beauty Vivicka a Victorian home on Value Avenue.

Tongue Twisters

TONGUE TWISTERS WITH “W,” “V,” “R,” and “L” · Why do you cry, Willy? · The very wary warrior veered violently where the violets wound very wickedly. · Wilma virtually wishes every weekend for very wild weather. · Which very evil witch vowed to woo the very wonderful Prince VanWaverly? Rhys watched Ross switch his Irish wristwatch for a Swiss wristwatch. The thirty-three thieves thought that they thrilled the throne throughout Thursday. · There those thousand thinkers were thinking how did the other three thieves go through? · Through three cheese trees three free fleas flew. Nursery Rhymes lyrics, origins and history.

100misproounced words. Linking. Pronunciation. English For Kids: What Rhymes? Minimal Pairs. American English Pronunciation Lesson: Linking Vowels into Vowels. Pronunciation Poem - Dearest Creature in Creation - Study English Pronunciation. That English Pronunciation Poem!

Pronunciation Poem - Dearest Creature in Creation - Study English Pronunciation

Listen to this tricky little poem and you can practise your pronunciation and listening skills, and don't worry if you don't know all the words and their different pronunciation. Even Lynne got Arkansas wrong the first time round! In fact, this was the first poem Lynne ever recorded for the site, and she's re-recorded it three times now, just to improve the quality. This will probably be the last time, unless someone buys her a recording studio. You will still need a compatible player and an up to date browser. Dearest creature in creation, Study English pronunciation.

Just compare heart, beard, and heard, Dies and diet, lord and word, Sword and sward, retain and Britain. Billet does not rhyme with ballet, Bouquet, wallet, mallet, chalet. Ivy, privy, famous; clamour And enamour rhymes with hammer. Query does not rhyme with very, Nor does fury sound like bury. Liberty, library, heave and heaven, Rachel, ache, moustache, eleven. English Expressions - English Word Linking: Vowel + Vowel - English Expressions YES! Tongue Twisters - English Tongue Twisters for Pronunciation. Learn English Free Learn English Pronunciation English Tongue Twisters Tongue twisters are phrases or sentences that are designed to be difficult to say correctly.

Tongue Twisters - English Tongue Twisters for Pronunciation

They are a great way of learning how to shape your mouth and position your tongue correctly. And best of all, they're fun! Each tongue twister has its own page on Voice Thread, you can listen to my effort, and you can record your own efforts (if you're brave enough) - you'll need a Voice Thread account (as usual it's free) and a headset with a microphone. Now try some:- A Box of Biscuits Around The Rugged Rock. Comparing two sounds. 10 Words with Alternative Pronunciation. [separator style_type="" top_margin="-40" bottom_margin="" sep_color="" icon="" width="" class="" id=""] [ssba] Some words don’t like being boxed in by a single pronunciation.

10 Words with Alternative Pronunciation

In class at Pronunciation Studio, we are often asked whether there is a more or less ‘correct’ version of words like OFTEN, GARAGE and SCHEDULE. The fact is that the idea of ‘correctness’ is often defined by popularity, so here are 10 words with alternative pronunciations, either will do nicely: 1. our This can be pronounced /aʊə/, to rhyme with ‘hour’, or /ɑː/ like the strong form of ‘are’. This is our /aʊə/ house.This is our /ɑː/ house. 2. often According to the Longman Pronunciation Dictionary, the commonest pronunciation of ‘often’ is with a silent ’t’, /ˈɒfən/, but you can also say it with the ’t’, /ˈɒftən/. I often /ˈɒfən/ go for a walk by the sea.I often /ˈɒftən/ go for a walk by the sea. 3. either, neither. I love Lucy english Pronunciation. Free English Pronunciation Lessons.