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Kerry | Clover English 🍀 Nov 15
Want a fun way to improve your English ?? Try these five tongue twisters! 5 Tongue Twisters to Improve your English Pronunciation (with audio)
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Gabriel Sowrian Nov 16
Can you type out the written word of this ? Note: A word in English may have ONE or more than one SILENT LETTERS in it! Unfortunately, we cannot capture this from an AUDIO pronunciation. But, the Phonetic Transcription of a word can show/tell us clearly!
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Derek Todd 7h
These may well be exercises. But I don't think (except seashells) they're .THIS is a tongue twister (German): In , um Ulm und um Ulm herum. There must be plenty of authentic English examples
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Purland Training ELT Nov 16
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Gabriel Sowrian Nov 3
What is the written word related to this ? PLEASE DON'T FORGET to SHARE this post (also all my future posts) with your followers. Let's raise the awareness among people the EFFECTIVENESS of the PHONETIC TRANSCRIPTIONS in SOLVING their pronunciation PROBLEM. TQ!
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Gabriel Sowrian Nov 15
Do you know the written word related to this pronunciation? *If you think you can solve your problem just by listening to audio pronunciations, you are WRONG. One cannot understand the pronunciation of a word if he doesn't know anything about the 44 speech sounds!
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BestinWest Oct 20
Common Pokemon Mispronunciations that I notice: Bibarel: Bee-Bar-El (think beaver) Zweilous: Sveye-lus Piloswine: Pie-Lo-Swine Linoone: Lie-Noon
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Markland Hill School 3h
Super confidence learning Spanish in UKS2
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Marianne Jordan Oct 28
The best welcome message in any hotel I've ever been in! Go Glasgow, Scotland! @pronciationcl
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Ruth Oct 25
Just say inerrnay , Not intanet Say wollarr Not wotta Say guwd Not gudu ,, Say hyumen Not shuman Say tweni Not twenty
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Gabriel Sowrian 8h
What is the written word related to this pronunciation? * A letter having many sounds, e.g. Letter "o" = 9 Sounds, is yet another problem when it comes to in English. Could you tell this from the Google audio if you know nothing about LETTERS and SOUNDS?
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Your London Tutor Nov 11
This is a complicated word to pronounce, but when you have to use it every day, you need to know how to pronounce it. ❓Which things use algorithms?
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Gabriel Sowrian Oct 31
Do you know the written word related to this ? Note: I conduct one-to-one phonetic class to help one to master the speech sounds/symbols and reading phonetic transcriptions. You can talk to me over Skype for details. Link:
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Gabriel Sowrian Nov 7
Can you type out the written word of this pronunciation? Note: If you are looking for a way to SOLVE your PROBLEM once and for all, don't hesitate to talk to me. This is my Skype link:
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Gabriel Sowrian Nov 7
Do you know the written word related to this ? Note: If you are interested to learn the speech SOUNDS, speech SYMBOLS and how to read the PHONETIC TRANSCRIPTIONS to arrest your pronunciation problem, please contact me on Skype and get help.
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Sashikumar 20h
thing is brilliant! Chk it out if you haven't.
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Pronunciation Club Oct 21
Looking forward to having a stand at the PronSig event "Road to Pron-tegration" this coming Saturday and happy to provide prizes for the raffle to help teachers to teach pronunciation.
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Teacher Prix Nov 15
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Caro from France Nov 3
of 25 proverbs that have (almost) literal English equivalents 10/25
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Mr. MS Nov 2
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