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Overview of Voice & Accent

There are 3 level of English pronunciation:Level 1: People often don't understand what you want to say. You use the wrong sounds in English...

How to learn English pronunciation

1. Learn the sounds of EnglishEnglish uses different sounds than other languages. For example, the first sound in the word thin and the first sound...

IPA Online Practice

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UNIT 14: /l/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 14: /l/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. /l/WordIPASoundlaptop/læptɑːp/ melon/melən/ ball/bɒl/ Lips are separated and mouth is slightly open during the production of the sound.Tip...

UNIT 13: / r/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 13: / r/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. / r/WordIPASoundrabbit/ræbɪt/ board/bɔːrd/ car/kɑːr/ Lips are pursed during the production of sound.Tongue pulls back in the...

UNIT 12: / dʒ/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 12: / dʒ/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. / dʒ/WordIPASoundjacket/dʒækət/ orange/ɔːrəndʒ/ bridge/brɪdʒ/ Lips are slightly protruded during the production of the sound. You should...

UNIT 11: / tʃ/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 11: / tʃ/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. / tʃ/WordIPASoundchair/tʃer/ chain/tʃeɪn/ cheese/tʃiːz/ Lips are slightly protruded during the production of sound.The tip and blade...

UNIT 10: /ʒ/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 10: /ʒ/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. /ʒ/WordIPASoundtreasure/treʒər/ collage/kəlɑːʒ/ garage/gəraʒ/ Air is forced between the center front of the tongue and back of the...

UNIT 9: /ʃ/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 9: /ʃ/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. /ʃ/WordIPASoundshorts/ ʃɔːrts/ seashore/siːʃɔːr/ shelf/ʃelf/ Lips open and separate while releasing air to produce the sound.The sides of...

UNIT 8: /s/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 8: /s/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. /s/WordIPASoundsad/sæd/ sea/siː/ sky/skaɪ/ Your lips are stretched widely to produce a hissing sound.Place your tongue behind your...