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Watch and Listen - Pronunciation Tips

Watch and Listen - Pronunciation Tips
Good pronunciation is very important for good spoken communication. However you do not have to speak like a native English speaker to have good pronunciation. There are many different natural varieties of English pronunciation in Britain and around the world. The activities and resources in this part of the site are designed to give an introduction to certain features of standard British English pronunciation, which is sometimes called Received Pronunciation (RP). There are interactive and downloadable activities and materials which can be used for self-study or for teachers with lower-intermediate students.

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How to pronounce the - English Pronunciation There are two ways to pronounce "the":- The first and most common one is short, and sounds like "thuh" Weak Weak pronunciation

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