By Ann Cook
The second one variation of the hugely acclaimed American accessory education, now on five audio CDs, is for foreign-born scholars and enterprise humans operating, touring or learning within the usa and Canada. via huge intonation and pronunciation routines, scholars how one can communicate with a customary American accessory. while, listening comprehension improves dramatically. Supplementary fabrics incorporated specified nationality courses for 8 languages (Chinese, jap, Indian, Spanish, French, German, Russian and Korean), entry to a finished web site, and referral to a professional cellphone analyst for anyone diagnostic speech research. additionally incorporated are coloured markers for written workouts, and a replicate to perform actual pronunciation.
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3. I'd like to present you with this present. 4. Would you care to elaborate on his elaborate explanation? 5. The manufacturer couldn't recall if there'd been a recall. 6. The religious convert wanted to convert the world. 7. The political rebels wanted to rebel against the world. 8. The mogul wanted to record a new record for his latest artist. 9. If you perfect your intonation, your accent will be perfect. 10. Due to the drought, the fields didn't produce much produce this year. 11. Unfortunately, City Hall wouldn't permit them to get a permit.
Inside a longer word, éunuch vs unίque, the pronunciation and meaning change in terms of vocabulary. ), the meaning changes in terms of intent. In a sentence, intonation can also make a clear vowel sound disappear. When a vowel is stressed, it has a certain sound; when it is not stressed, it usually sounds like uh, pronounced [ə]. Small words like to, at, or as are usually not stressed, so the vowel disappears. Exercise 1-53: Reduced Sounds CD 2 Track 26 Read aloud from the right-hand column. The intonation is marked for you.
Leave them at the door. The meeting's at one. He's at the post office. They're at the bank. I'm at school. [d'nnerzə(t) five] [leevəmə(t)thə door] [th' meeding z't w'n] [heezə(t)the poussdäffəs] [thεrə(t)th' bænk] [äimə(t)school] If at is followed by a I'll see you at eleven. vowel sound, it will become 'd or əd. He's at a meeting. She laughed at his idea. One at a time We got it at an auction. The show started at eight. The dog jumped out at us. I was at a friend's house. [äiyəl see you(w)ədə lεv'n] [heez' də meeding] [she læf dədi zy deeyə] [wənədə time] [we gädidədə näksh'n] [th' show stardədə date] [th' däg jump dæo dədəs] [äi w'z'd' frenz hæos] It Can you do it?
American Accent Training - A Guide to Speaking and Pronouncing American English by Ann Cook