domingo, 29 de agosto de 2010


These are original English pronunciation exercises for English students based on a discovery learning approach.

These pronunciation exercises encourage student autonomy because they lead students to build their own criteria for how to produce English sounding sentences.

Sounding English is not just a question of pronouncing individual sounds correctly, much more important is to be able to control the rhythm and stress of what is said.

Having a feeling for English pronunciation not only helps students to be understood by other people, it also helps students to understand native speakers.

The Rhythm of English

Stress and the Schwa

•Pronunciation tips: Schwa

BBC Learning English
•Stressed Syllables and the Schwa Sound Schwa_stress
•The General Rule 1 01_tonic_accent
•The General Rule 2 02_tonic_accent

•Words with Latin or Greek suffixes 1 01_tonic_accent_2
•Words with Latin or Greek suffixes 2 02_tonic_accent_2
•Words in -ion words_in_ion

Voiced and voiceless
•Vibration and no vibration  voiced_unvoiced

Distinguishing between voiced and unvoiced consonants
•Pronunciation of the -ed ending - 1 pronunciation/01_-ed_endings
•Pronunciation of the -ed ending - 2 pronunciation/02_-ed_endings

Spelling and Pronunciation
•Magic "e"  magic-e-spelling-pronunciation-rule

Minimal Pairs
•hot vs hut  pronunciation/min_pairs

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