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Phonetics Bean and Bin
Read aloud -- Mr. Bean is sitting on the bin.
Now, listen and find out the difference in pronunciation between the 2 underlined words -- Mr. Bean is sitting on the bin..
Activity 1 Look up the phonetic symbols ofLook up the phonetic symbols of bean and bin. What are they?
Answer bean = [bi:n] bin = [b I n] bin = [b I n].
Lets learn more about [i:] and [ I ]!!
[i:] is a long vowel. It is pronounced like this -- [i:] is a long vowel. It is pronounced like this -- i: i: I. Try it!
[ I ] is a short vowel. It is pronounced like this -- [ I ] is a short vowel. It is pronounced like this -- I I i:. Try it!
Speaking Practice Practise the sound [i:]Practise the sound [i:] sheep cheap.
Now, practise the sound [I]Now, practise the sound [I] ship chip.
O.K., lets put them together -- shi:p shIp chi:p chIp.
Speaking Practice Practise the following pairs:Practise the following pairs: [i:] [I] sheepship cheapchip eelill peelpill beaterbitter deeddid
Activity 2 Look up the following words in the dictionaryLook up the following words in the dictionary it chip team eat cheap fit feet Tim Classify them into 2 groups Classify them into 2 groups
Answer [I] [i:] fit feet it eat chip cheap Tim team Do you have them all correct?Do you have them all correct?
Listening Practice Listen and choose the correct answer:Listen and choose the correct answer: seat [i:] sit [I].
reach [i:] rich [I].
cheek [i:] chick [I].
shit [I] sheet [i:].
heel [i:] hill [I].
hit [I] heat [i:].
live [I] leave [i:].
lid [I] lead [i:].
feeling [i:] filling [I].
lip [I] leap [i:].
slip [I] sleep [i:].
Challenge!!! Read the following sentence CORRECTLY: Mr. [bi:n] is sitting on the [bIn]..
Make sure you did not say this -- Mr.BIn is sitting on the bi:n..
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