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Skills practice: speaking and pronunciation
Exercises to help you with pronunciation and general speaking skills.
Improve your pronunciation with audiobooks
Basic concepts of phonetics and pronunciation
Front and Central vowels exercises
Front vowels listening
Front vowels pronunciation
Exercises Consonants 1
Exercises Connected Speech 1: Liaison
Exercises Connected Speech 2: Rhythm
Exercises back vowels
Exercises Consonants 2
Exercises pronouncing ‘r’
Exercises Aspiration and word endings
Along with voice, aspiration is one of the most obvious features of English consonants. You can learn more about consonant aspiration and how it affects the sounds around it in the presentation post. Here are a few exercises to see…
Everyone loves watching television series and films. As a learner of a second language, you may even prefer to consume media in its original language, thereby alleviating some of the negative stigma that comes with binge watching whichever new show…
Rhoticity in English is one of the most prominent distinctions by which varieties of English can be classified. Standard varieties such as American English (AmE) and British English (BrE) are highly defined by the particular pronunciation of the ‘r’. A corresponding…
Idiomatic phrases enrich our use of language and register. Often, they do not make any sense if taken literally- therefore, you need to learn their meaning. Do you understand common English idioms and sayings? Test your knowledge with this exercise!…