Did you Know? Tonal Languages Require Humidity

24/01/2015

climateaffec

tonallanguag

interesting reading connecting sound and a speaker’s environment.  Read more here:  http://phys.org/news/2015-01-tonal-languages-require-humidity.html?utm_content=buffere8d3e&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer


Linguistics: An essential classroom tool an interactive Teaching English Phonemic plus some handy pronunciation activities

31/05/2014

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Teaching English – British Council

An essential classroom tool – our interactive TeachingEnglish Phonemic chart http://goo.gl/vTDChY
– plus some handy pronunciation activities http://goo.gl/q1QRlT
#TeachingEnglish #Pronunciation


ESL/EFL Lesson Planning: Phonics & Pronunciation Activities

14/02/2014

From:
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ELT: English Pronounciation Video

24/01/2014

KATE SNOW — Interview a Broadcaster! — American English Pronunciation


Want to Learn About the Sounds of English?

22/01/2014

Published on Nov 14, 2013

This application was originally designed at the University of Iowa to help students learning how the sounds of different languages are produced. Since its production, it has become a milestone for phonetics teaching tools around the globe.

Sounds of Speech™ provides a comprehensive understanding of how, physiologically, each of the speech sounds of American English is formed. It includes animations, videos, and audio samples that describe the essential features of each of the consonants and vowels of American English. Sounds of Speech™ is especially useful for students studying English as a second language. Features include: A real-time animated articulatory diagram for each consonant and vowel. An annotated step-by-step description of how each speech sound is produced. Facial view video and audio samples for each speech sound. Navigation that reflects the classification of consonants by manner, place or voicing and of vowels by tongue position. An interactive diagram of the articulatory anatomy. Ability to see and hear native speakers pronounce sound for each consonant and vowel.

For more information, visit: http://www.uiowa.edu/~acadtech/phonetics.

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Now Available!!!
English Sounds of Speech Mobile App
-Android (If you bought the Android version prior to Jan 2nd 2014 and would like an update to the newest version please contact us at uirf@uiowa.edu)
-iOS


ELT: Silent English Consonants

20/01/2014

From: Sharing Materials
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How to Pronounce Ending T Clusters + Homophones — Baking! — American English

31/10/2013


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