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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
Do you know what a neologism is? Put together from the Greek neo-, ‘new’ and logos, ‘word’, the term describes just what is sounds like: a newly minted word or expression. Most of the time, it is difficult or impossible…
After having read and listened to The Weary Blues, have a look at this exercise. You may be intrigued by its use of rhyme and rhythm.If you are having trouble with some of the tasks, feel free…
Using the right prepositions can be very tricky since some verbs can be used with several different prepositions and, depending on the combination, mean or stress completely different things. So, if you feel like training this skill, give the following…
Have a look at the Jabberwocky again.You can read and listen to the poem here.