Accurate English: A Complete Course in Pronunciation by Rebecca M. Dauer

By Rebecca M. Dauer

This pronunciation textual content is helping scholars in achieving a near-native accessory.

  • Teaches vowels, consonants, rhythm, tension, and intonation utilizing rules of articulatory phonetics.
  • Provides specified illustrations of lip positions of vowels and consonants, and a diagnostic speech sample.
  • Reinforces concept with a number of perform routines that come with words, dialogues, examining passages, and oral presentations.
  • Includes spelling styles for usual phrases and educational words.

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Fill in the boxes when you are finished reading. com SKILL: COMPREHENSION MERMAID IN A TEACUP What she claims: LEVEL Q • 1 Hattie Name INSTRUCTIONS: Refer to the book to find examples of each vowel digraph. Write the words that match the digraph in the correct column. Write a sentence using two of the words you have found. com for thousands of books and materials. com This story is a retelling of a folktale of the Yao people. The Yao live in the mountainous regions of southern China, and also in Vietnam and Laos.

Now you’ve read it, too! But now what do I do? I’ve got a mermaid in a teacup, but every time I show her to someone, she gets stiff like a doll. I think I’ll get my dad’s video camera and make a movie. Everybody believes the movies almost as much as they believe what they read in diaries. Love, Hattie MacGruder 21 22 Name INSTRUCTIONS: While you are reading, refer to the character outline. Fill in the boxes when you are finished reading. com SKILL: COMPREHENSION MERMAID IN A TEACUP What she claims: LEVEL Q • 1 Hattie Name INSTRUCTIONS: Refer to the book to find examples of each vowel digraph.

They plowed many fields, sowed lots of grain, and enjoyed a plentiful life. 22 Name INSTRUCTIONS: Complete the story map. com • LEVEL Q • THE GOLDEN FLUTE Homonym __________________ blue __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ SKILL: HOMONYMS Word blew there flew heard hair red bare son through road two hole see none made would hoarse 2 INSTRUCTIONS: Homonyms are words that sound alike, but are spelled differently and they mean different things.

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