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Pronunciation

Practise the different sounds of English, improve your stress and intonation, and even listen to some examples of accents from around the UK.

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    Can you say these English sounds? Practise saying words like ‘light’ and 'right' which contain the consonant sounds /l/ and /r/

  • 5

    Can you say these English sounds? Practise saying words like ‘shape’ and 'sheep' which contain the vowel sounds /eɪ/ and /i:/

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    Can you say these English sounds? Practise saying words like ‘came’ and 'game' which contain the consonant sounds /k/ and /g/.

  • 4

    Can you say these English sounds? Practise saying words like ‘sip’ and 'zip' which contain the consonant sounds /s/ and /z/.

  • 4

    Can you say these English sounds? Practise saying words like ‘west’ and 'vest' which contain the consonant sounds /w/ and /v/.

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  • 5

    Can you say these English sounds? Practise saying words like ‘came’ and 'game' which contain the consonant sounds /k/ and /g/.

  • 5

    Can you say these English sounds? Practise saying words like ‘shape’ and 'sheep' which contain the vowel sounds /eɪ/ and /i:/

  • 5

    Can you say these English sounds? Practise saying words like ‘light’ and 'right' which contain the consonant sounds /l/ and /r/

  • 4.5

    Can you say these English sounds? Practise saying words like bed and bid which have the short vowel sounds of /e/ and /ɪ/.

  • 4.5

    Can you say these English sounds? Practise saying words like peach and beach which contain the consonant sounds /p/ and /b/.

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  • 3

    When people speak quickly in English, it can be difficult to understand where one word ends and the next one begins.  This activity will help you to begin to distinguish individual words.  It will also help your pronunciation.

  • 3.2

    In phrases, words do not always have the same stress pattern.

    This exercise will help you practise recognising stress patterns in spoken language

  • 3.5

    In spoken English, we often add extra sounds between words to link our words together.

    As a result, when you listen to a continuous stream of sound in English, it can be very difficult to identify the individual words.

    This exercise will let you practice indentifying and saying these sounds.

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    When people speak English naturally, they tend to link words together.  This activity helps you to identify the sounds that link certain words, and to practise pronouncing phrases like this more naturally.

     

  • 3

    In this activity, you will look at some phrases and sentences from a story and match the ones which rhyme.