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Lesson 11 Teacher:Angelo Freire. Part I – American English Vowels Watch and listen. As you watch, write down the IPA symbols for the vowel sounds and.

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1 Lesson 11 Teacher:Angelo Freire

2 Part I – American English Vowels Watch and listen. As you watch, write down the IPA symbols for the vowel sounds and the examples given: Getting familiar with the IPA

3 Part I – American English Vowels Now, check your answers: IPA SymbolExamples ɑ father – hot – body ɔ law – daughter – caught ɛ said – head – says i heat – be – receive ɪ him – been – women æ have – bad – act ʌ love – blood – trouble ə (The Schwa) sofa – about ʊ book – could – pull ɜ burn – journey – worth u through – blue – do Getting familiar with the IPA

4 Part I – American English Consonants Watch and listen. As you watch, write down the IPA symbols for the consonant sounds and the examples given: Getting familiar with the IPA

5 Part I – American English Consonants Now, check you answers: IPA SymbolExamples By Angelo Augusto Freire, d dime – redo – smiled t washed – untie – tip v value – of – love f staff – enough –phone b big – sob – abandon p pan – snip – reapply g gap – exhibit – fog k choir – quiet – back thanks – filthy – with ð bother – this – bathe s ice – some – ax Getting familiar with the IPA

6 Part I – American English Consonants – Continued IPA SymbolExamples By Angelo Augusto Freire, z lazy – flowers– possess ʃ polish – ocean – issue ʒ beige – vision – azure t ʃ ancient – march – chapter dʒ joy – grudge – change h happy – rehash – hi j yummy – yes – [ju:]music m my – mumble – some n nine – no – undo ŋ ring – thanks – anger l follow – lie – feel w quiet – will – one Getting familiar with the IPA

7 Exercise 1: Practice using the symbols. Write the numbers from zero to ten under the appropriate symbol according to the vowel sound. Some numbers will go under two different symbols. follow the example: Zoom in /i://I//I//e I / /ɛ//ɛ/ /æ/ /ɑ//ɑ//ʌ//ʌ/ /ə/ zero / ɜ r//ɔ//ɔ//o ʊ //ʊ//ʊ/ /u://ai/ /a ʊ //ɔI//ɔI/ zero zero – one – two – three – four – five – six – seven – eight – nine – ten six eight seven one seven three ten four two five nine

8 Exercise 2: Lets work with colors. Write the correct symbols between the bars. Refer to the vowel chart on the previous page. Use key words to help you. gr / /nwh / / ter / / d bl / / ck y / / ll / / p / / p / / l bl / / br / / n g / / ld p / / nkb / / ge gr / / s / / lv / / r i: a I ɛ æ ɛ o ʊ ɜ r ə u: a ʊ o ʊ I e I e I I ə

9 What animal are these? By Angelo Auusto Freire, / fə'net ɪ k fər fə'net ɪ ks / 1. /'ta ɪɡ ər/ 7. /'t ʃɪ kən/ 13. / ʃ ip/ 2. /ka ʊ / 8./'eləfənt/14. /'ræb ɪ t/ 3./kæt/9./'zibrə/15. /'la ɪ ən/ 4. /b ɜ rd/ 10./'kæməl/16. /'kr ɑ kə ̩ da ɪ l/ 5. /'t ɜ rki/ 11. /'m ʌ ŋki/ 17. /'æl ɪ̩ɡ e ɪ tər/ 6. /f ɪʃ / 12. / ̩ t ʃɪ mpæn'zi/ 18. /d ʒɪ 'ræf/ tiger cow cat bird turkey fish chicken elephant zebra camel monkey chimpanzee sheep rabbit lion crocodile alligator giraffe

10 references English Pronunciation for Brazilians Sonia M. Baccari de Godoy Cris Gontow Marcello Marcelino Unit 3 – The Phonetic Alphabet, pages 33-40

11 Thats all, folks!!!


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