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- Representing vocal sounds - Having a direct correspondence between symbols and sounds
OBJECTIVE to be able to pronounce words correctly
WHY DO WE LEARN PHONETICS TO PRONOUNCE THE WORDS CORRECTLY ENGLISH WORDS ARE NOT PRONOUNCED ACCORDING TO THEIR SPELLING
nunu habar nu kia ora kumusta ka mahal kita
Australia, Africa, U.K., U.S, New Zealand, Singlish,Manglish VARIETIES OF ENGLISH The car is in the garden
VARIETIES OF ENGLISH rhythm either neither divorce vitamin dance
VARIETIES OF ENGLISH semi today Monday ten seven
SILENT CONSONANT hour island aisle know mechanic
IRREGULARITIES IN THE LANGUAGE
PRONOUNCE THESE WORDS but cut hut nut put
Mismatch of spelling and sound Sean Jose Jolo Island Jeanne
PRONOUNCE THESE WORDS cheese, cheque, chair chemical, choir, chlorine chalet, champagne, chandelier, chef CARREFOUR
PRONOUNCE THESE WORDS live resume read minute refuse does
Long vowel / short vowel sit seat fit feet ship sheep to too
LEARNING TO PRONOUNCE phonetics ( dictionary ) CD ( dictionary ) electronic dictionary movies subtitles listening to news internet
PHONETIC SYMBOLS Consonants - b, d, f, h, k, l, m, n, p, r, s, t, v, w, z
Consonants g ( get ) t ʃ ( cheap ) ʤ ( jar, jump ) ŋ ( sing, ring )
Consonants θ ( thin ) ð ( this, the ) ʃ ( she, sharp ) ʒ ( decision, measure ) j ( yes, young )
PHONETIC SYMBOLS Vowel ɪ e æ ɒ ʌ ʊ i: eɪ aɪ ɔɪ u: əʊ aʊ ɪə eə ɑː ɔ: ʊə ɜ: ə i u
æ / kæt / / sæt ə dei / / bæt / / fæt / / dæm / / hæmp ə /
i: / mi:t / / s i:t / tree, cheese, canteen
i / sit / / fit / / rid / city, rich, symbol
e / ten / / den / / men / yes, rest,
ɑː / ɑː m / / f ɑːðə / /m ɑː tʃ / - start, laugh, after, tomato
ɒ / d ɒ g / / w ɒ s / / k ɒ f / wash, want
ɔː / h ɔː s / / θɔːt / / s ɔː d / - law, war
ʊ / p ʊ t / / f ʊ l / / ʃ ʊ gə / - foot. good, put
uːuː / fu:d/ / spu:n / / mu:n / - do, who. rude
ʌ / k ʌ m / / k ʌ t / / bl ʌ d / - country, done, one
ɜː / b ɜ :d / / f ɜ :st / / g ɜ :l / - fur, nurse, word
ə / k ʌ l ə / / ə m ʌ ŋ / / ək ɜ :/ / s ə sai ə ti /
eɪeɪ / de ɪ / / le ɪ di / / me ɪ k / - safe, game, may
əʊəʊ / s ə ʊ / / h ə ʊ m / / ʃ ə ʊ ld ə / - toe, soul, know
aɪaɪ / ta ɪ m / / ba ɪ t / / kla ɪ m / - five, price, try
aʊaʊ / ha ʊ / / la ʊ d / / ta ʊ n / / ka ʊ s / - about, mouse, shout
ɔɪ / b ɔ i / / t ɔ i / / p ɔ i nt / / b ɔ i l / noise, coin, join
ɪəɪə / d iə / / t iə / / b iə / - idiom, fierce,
ʊəʊə / p ʊ ə / / t ʊ ə / / ʃ ʊ ə / = cure, rescuer
tʃtʃ / t ʃ i:p / / t ʃ amp ɪ ə n / - chalk, cheer, chat
dʒ / dʒ æm / / dʒ ɔ i / / dʒ iə / - jeep, joy, jungle
θ /θi:f / / θik / / θ ʌ m / - thing, theme
ð / ð ə m / / ð is / / ʌ ð ə / - There, that
ʃ / ʃ ip / / ʃ u: t / / ʃ æmpu: / - sheep, shy, shut
ʒ / viʒ ə n / / meʒ ə / / pleʒ ə /
j / j ʌ ŋ / / j et / / j iə / - yes
ŋ / j ʌ ŋ / / si ŋ / / t ʌ ŋ / - ring, cling
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