English Pronunciation We use Cisco wireless in all our buildings for convenient and immediate online access. You will need the following for the files below: English Pronunciation/Listening We use the popular Can8 VirtuaLab for all our digital language lab programs. Unit One: TH, as in THINK, BATHROOM, and TEETH. Watch this QuickTime movie on the word 'Thought' to see how to correctly make the 'TH' sound (894k). Unit Two: TH, as in THOSE, MOTHER and SOOTHE. Watch this QuickTime movie on the word 'Thy' to see how to correctly make the 'TH' sound (725k). Unit Three: L and R, as in COLLECT, CORRECT, LAMB, and RAM. Minimal Pairs (228k) In this exercise, you will hear pairs of words that are the same except for one sound. Unit FOUR :i and I, as in SEEN and SIN. Minimal Pairs (228k) In this exercise, you will hear pairs of words that are the same except for one sound. Unit FIVE: s, sh, and ch. Minimal Pairs In this exercise, you will hear pairs of words that are the same except for one sound. Unit SEVEN Our Address at OUC:
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The sounds of English and the International Phonetic Alphabet | Antimoon.com © Tomasz P. Szynalski, Antimoon.com This chart contains all the sounds (phonemes) used in the English language. The symbol from the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), as used in phonetic transcriptions in modern dictionaries for English learners — that is, in A. To print the chart, use the printable PDF version. Does this chart list all the sounds that you can hear in British and American English? No. For example, this page does not list the regular t (heard in this pronunciation of letter) and the flap t (heard in this one) with separate symbols. So this page actually lists phonemes (groups of sounds), not individual sounds. Take the phoneme p in the above chart. Typing the phonetic symbols You won’t find phonetic symbols on your computer’s keyboard. You can use my free IPA phonetic keyboard at ipa.typeit.org. You can also use the ASCII Phonetic Alphabet, which represents IPA symbols with “normal” characters that you can type on your keyboard.
Phonetics: The sounds of American English Arpabet Arpabet is a phonetic transcription code developed by Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) as a part of their Speech Understanding Project (1971–1976). It represents each phoneme of General American English with a distinct sequence of ASCII characters. Arpabet has been used in several speech synthesizers, including Computalker for the S-100 (Altair) system, SAM for the Commodore 64, SAY for the Amiga and TextAssist for the PC and Speakeasy from Intelligent Artefacts (see ST_Robotics) which used the Votrax SC01 speech synthesiser IC. It is also used in the CMU Pronouncing Dictionary. Symbols Stress Vowels Monophthongs Diphthongs R-colored vowels Consonants Stops Affricates Fricatives Nasals Liquids Semivowels References The CMU Pronouncing Dictionary See also Other ASCII phonetic codes:
Travailler la prononciation et la discrimination auditive en anglais Cette sitographie pourra constituer une aide précieuse pour travailler la prononciation et affiner l’écoute en cours ou bien en dehors de l’école. On y trouvera des idées d’activités, des exercices, des supports pour évaluer ces compétences, des dictionnaires auditifs… BBC- Learning englishLe site de la BBC propose de nombreuses activités (quizz, vidéos, tests...) pour découvrir les subtilités de la prononciation anglaise. Les vidéos peuvent être téléchargées. On y découvrira aussi des émissions dédiées à ce sujet. American English Pronunciation PracticeDe très nombreux exercices de discrimination phonétique en ligne.www.manythings.org/pp/ Banque outilsExercices pour l'évaluation diagnostique des élèves à discriminer les phonèmes.www.banqoutils.education.gouv.fr/index.php ESLESL propose de nombreux liens pour travailler la prononciation et la discrimination auditive de l’anglais. Sounds Familiar ?
Syntactic Theory: 2nd edition Emily M. Bender University of Washington (ebender at u dot washington dot edu) Ivan A. Sag Stanford University (sag at csli dot stanford dot edu) Thomas Wasow Stanford University (wasow at csli dot stanford dot edu) (Back to top of page) To order or to find out more information about the second edition of the Syntactic Theory textbook, by Sag, Wasow and Bender, please go to its CSLI Publications webpage, which is HERE. Errata for Sag, Wasow, and Bender (2003) (Back to top of page) (Back to top of page) Eventually, we will post lecture notes to help instructors prepare classes covering the material in the second edition of the textbook. (Back to top of page) Visual displays (slides) are available to accompany lectures on the material in all chapters of the textbook. (Back to top of page) If you are interested in obtaining password access to on-line solutions to all the homework problems in the textbook, please email Emily Bender: ebender at u dot washington dot edu. (Back to top of page)
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