English Pronunciation and Grammar Lessons with Jennifer
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Pronouncing the "th" sound in English
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English with Stacy
This website has many great videos that will help you pronounce the sounds of English and various word endings.
Student activities and tests for the text,
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The International Phonetic Alphabet
Learn the phonetic symbols for the sounds of English.
and sound-spelling patterns.
Practice linking final consonants with initial vowels in the story of
Rip Van Winkle
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A collection of videos on
reduction and linking
A collection of videos on pronouncing the vowels, diphthongs, and consonants.
video demonstration on how to pronounce
[æ] as in cat.
Learn to pronounce words with -ing ending (Video in slow motion included).
Sounds of English
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Activities and Exercises
Video on Pronouncing the Alphabet
A great video on pronouncing the letters as when you have to spell your name or other words.
Pronounce the past Tense
Use this video to focus on past tense sounds.
Final Sounds in Words
Use this video to focus on reducing your accent by focusing on final word sounds.
Learn to pronounce words here with this excellent audio pictionary.
Sentence Practice with Minimal Pairs
Don't miss this extensive practice site with interactive minimal pair practice. Click an exercise, read the directions and then do the exercises.
Learn all the phonemes (sounds) of English with their International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) symbols. Click
to hear American pronunciation for the words given for each phoneme.
More Pronunciation Practice
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Stories from this children's site provide excellent pronunciation practice.
Four songs focusing on different sounds of English. Click one of the pictures on the left or wait for the first one to begin.
Practice a tongue twister for each letter of the alphabet.
ESL 330 Series