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Practice hearing the changes in fast spoken speech. When we speak quickly, sounds that we expect to hear may be missing. It’s not only sounds that go missing in fast spoken English. Whole words may disappear, too. Sounds also change in fast spoken English and some words will not sound the same as they do when spoken slowly, or the way they are shown in dictionaries. In these exercises, I want you to try to hear what changes are taking place in the fast spoken sentences. We will look in greater detail at the changes in later lessons in this Sounds British Pronunciation Course. Changes in Fast Speech.
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With over 200 pages, more than 7000 words and 10 interactive quizzes, this English Activation Pack will answer all the questions you have ever had about asking open questions in English. Using the question words what, why, when, where, who and how, is the easiest way to get all the information you need about any subject. This English Activation Pack explains in detail how to use these interrogatives. It also explains the differences between subject and object sentences. Adverb questions and answering Why questions are also covered, as are indirect questions, polite requests and rhetorical questions. A section covering useful English grammar as it relates to questions is also included covering sentence structure, subjects, objects and passives, amongst other things. The work also looks at the pronunciation of questions, in particular when to use rising or falling intonation, and also explains how to punctuate sentences when writing. Included are hundreds of example sentences for situations such as shopping, eating out, travel, entertainment, time and weather. Each section also has an interactive quiz to help you test your understanding of any of the areas covered.
The fruit idioms in this lesson include a real lemon, sour grapes, another bite of the cherry, a peach, tree is known by its fruit, bear fruit, drive someone bananas, the apple of my eye, the fruits of my labours, forbidden fruit, rotten apple, Adam’s apple, life’s a bowl of cherries, and as brown as a berry. It also contains some English humour.
Activate the Vowel in Bear / eə / with this English Pronunciation Activation Pack. In this Pronunciation Activation Pack we will be looking at the third of the gliding vowels / eə /. We will look at the letter combinations that give the / eə / sound. We will look at lots of words which have the / eə / sound in them. Finally, we will activate your ability to hear and produce the / eə / sound correctly. Letter Combinations for / eə / - This gliding vowel sound has these letter combinations: AIR, ARE, A, AR, AE and EAR and rarely EIR, ERE, AYOR, AYER, and ER. This can be a huge problem for students as words like ear and bear, and are and rare, have the same letter combinations but completely different sounds. The only other vowel sound that can cause confusion with the / eə / sound is the / ɪə / sound, and I covered this in Pronunciation Activation Pack 13 – The Vowel in Ear. In this Pronunciation Activation Pack I’ll look at words which have the same letter combinations as give us the / eə / sound but which have different pronunciations. Pronunciation Activation Pack - 15 The Vowel in Bear / eə /
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