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English Pronunciation in Use By Adapted by Mark Hancock

English Pronunciation in Use
by Adapted by Mark Hancock

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The best-selling English Pronunciation in Use is a comprehensive reference and practice title suitable for self-study or classroom work.
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English Pronunciation in Use by Adapted by Mark Hancock

The best-selling English Pronunciation in Use is a comprehensive reference and practice title suitable for self-study or classroom work. Sixty easy-to-use units cover all aspects of pronunciation, including individual sounds, word stress, connected speech and intonation. An additional reference section offers a glossary of specialized terms, help with the pronunciation of numbers and geographical names and fun exercises on phonemic symbols and minimal pairs. Versions of this title with audio CDs, and a CD-ROM for additional interactive practice, are available to purchase separately.

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Table of Contents

Notes to the student; Notes to the teacher; Map of contents described in phonological terms; Section A Letters and sounds:Unit 1 Bye, buy: introducing letters and sounds; Unit 2 Plane, plan; Unit 3 Back pack; Unit 4Rice, rise; Unit 5 Down town; Unit 6 Meet, met; Unit 7 Carrot, cabbage; Unit 8 Few, view; Unit 9 Gate, Kate; Unit 10 Hear, we're, year; Unit 11 Wine, win; Unit 12 sheep, jeep, cheap; Unit 13 Flies, fries; Unit 14 Car, care; Unit 15 Some, sun, sung; Unit 16 Note, not; Unit 17 Arthur's mother; Unit 18 Sun, full, June; Unit 19 Shirt, short; Unit 20 Toy, town; Section B Syllables, words and sentences; Unit 21 Eye, my, mine: Introducing syllables; Unit 22 Saturday September 13th: Introducing word stress; Unit 23 Remember he told her: Introducing sentence stress; Syllables:Unit 24 Oh, no snow!: Consonants at the start of syllables; Unit 25 Go - goal - gold: Consonants at the end of syllables; Unit 26 Paul's calls, Max's faxes: Syllables:plural and other -s endings; Unit 27 Pete played, Rita rested: Syllables:past tense endings; Word stress: Unit 28 REcord, reCORD: Stress in two-syllable words; Unit 29 Second hand bookshop: Stress in compound words;Unit 30 Unforgettable: Stress in longer words 1; Unit 31 Public, publicity: Stress in longer words 2; Sentence stress: Unit 32 Don't look now!; Sentences with all the words stressed; Unit 33 That could be the man: Unstressed words; Unit 34 I'll ask her (Alaska) : Pronouns and contractions; Unit 35 She was first: Pronouncing the verb be; Unit 36 What do you think?: Auxiliary verbs; Unit 37 A piece of cheese: Pronouncing short words (a, of, or); Unit 38 Pets enter, pet centre: Joining words 1; Unit 39 After eight, after rate: Joining words 2; Unit 40 Greet guests, Greek guests: Joining words 3; Section C Conversation: Unit 41 Could you say that again? Understanding conversation; Unit 42 "was that the question?", he asked. Reading aloud: pronouncing punctuation; Unit 43 A shirt and a tie/ a shirt and tie Grouping words; Unit 44 Ehm... Showing you want to continue; Unit 45 Well, anyway... Telling a story; Unit 46 I mean, it's sort of like... Understanding small talk; Unit 47 Right, OK... Understanding instructions; Unit 48 "Like father like son" as they say Quoting speech; Unit 49 He will win Introduction to emphatic stress; Unit 50 Schwartz... Pedro Schwartz Emphasizing added details; Unit 51 I think you're in my seat Emphasizing important words; Unit 52 Chips or salad Emphasizing contrasting alternatives; Unit 53 Fifty? No, fifteen! Emphasizing corrections; Unit 54 Look who's talking!: introducing tones; Unit 55 Here? Yes, here! Asking and checking tones; Unit 56 Where were you born? Tones in asking for information; Unit 57 We're closed tomorrow Tones in new and old information; Unit 58 Oh really? Continuing or finishing tones; Unit 59 It's fun, isn't it? Agreeing or disagreeing tones; Unit 60 It was brilliant! High tones; Section D Reference: D1: Introduction to phonemic symbols; D2: Pronunciation test; D3: Guide for speakers of specific languages; D4: Sound pairs; D5: Sentence stress phrasebook; D6: Glossary; Answer key.

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English Pronunciation in Use by Adapted by Mark Hancock
Adapted by Mark Hancock
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