Fun reading for fun activities in classes: https://www.economist.com/news/books-and-arts/21726054-gamers-now-even-take-part-world-champunships-why-english-such-great-language
Do you know what they are? If not, read on: http://www.clarkandmiller.com/2-things-that-make-you-sound-unnatural-in-english/
Read Most Common Pronunciation Mistakes Heard in Oral Exams at http://www.cristinacabal.com/?p=5903
,,,neuroscientists have now identified a predictive textlike brain mechanism that helps us to anticipate what is coming next when we hear someone speaking. The findings, publishedthis week in PLoS Biology, advance our understanding of how the brain processes speech. They also provide clues about how language evolved, and could even lead to new ways of diagnosing a variety of neurological conditions more accurately.
Read more in The Brain Has Its Own “Autofill” Function for Speech at https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-brain-has-its-own-ldquo-autofill-rdquo-function-for-speech/?WT.mc_id=SA_FB_MB_NEWS
to learn about this interesting mechanism. I would like to know how it works for non-native speakers.