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Pronunciation Diagnostic Aug 30, 2012 @ 2:03am The following diagnostic will help me determine any weaknesses and problems in your pronunciation. You can then use this information to work on specific trouble areas you have. This diagnostic focuses mostly on phonetics (i.e. sounds), but stress, intonation, and rhythm will also be looked at. Using a recording app on your smartphone or computer, please record each part as a separate file.
Lessons/Activities Pronunciation Cards (for Pronunciation Partners game)-- This set is for vowels and final consonants. Download all three parts and print them out. (These are formatted to fit Avery 5388 perforated index cards. 36 cards total.) This game can be played in small groups using the same rules as "Go Fish." The point of the game is to collect as many sets of 4 as possible. Phonetics: The sounds of American English