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Скачать / Download - English Pronunciation in Use - Intermediate. Mark Hancock (pdf, mp3). In English Pronunciation in use got a new look. instead of being on a set of four audio CDs and a CD-ROM, the audio is now a free online download. English Pronunciation in Use Intermediate Second Edition is a comprehensive. - Hancock, M. - English Pronunciation in Use [Intermediate] - Cambridge. pdf - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online.
There are 60 easy-to use units with key pronunciation points presented on the left-hand page with a range of exercises on the facing right-hand page. Pham Thi Lam Anh. Nevertheless, there may beexercises whichask the learner to produce such features. Do I need to know the phonemic symbols? Sounds and spelling, B. Successfully reported this slideshow. It may also have one or mcee consonant sounds.
English Pronunciation in Use - overview.
Audio material offers a clear model for learners to listen, repeat and practise their own pronunciation. Self-diagnostic tests help learners identify and focus on their own pronunciation problems. Additional reference section includes a learner-friendly answer key, fun exercises to practise phonemic symbols, a guide for speakers of specific languages, exercises on minimal pairs and a glossary of specialized terms.
New unscripted recordings containing a range of accents provide students with exposure to natural English pronunciation in use.
There is an increased focus on English as an International Language throughout the book. Full-colour editon with new artwork and photographs. Sample pages, click to see larger images: Cambridge University Press. Page count: Available from: Teens Adults Self-study.
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Introduction to p honemic symbols Pronunciation test G uide for spea kers of specific languages Sound pairs Sentence stress phrasebook G lossary.
To the student English ProtfJl7ldation in Use is a book to help students of English to work on pronunciation. It is wrinm mainly for students of inn: What will I need? You will need a cassette o r CD playe r to listen to the reco rded material that goes with this book. It will be very useful if you ha ve equipment [ 0 record you r own voice, so that you can hear your own progress. This symbo l indicates the tra ck nwnber for reco rded material l. CD or cassette A. Also, wh en you are srudying individua l sounds, it is sometimes useful if you h ave a mirror.
With this, you can co mpare the shape of your own mouth to the m outh in d iagra ms like this one from Unit 8. How is English Pronunciation in Use organised? There are 60 units in the book.
Each unit looks at a differmr point of pronunciation. Each unit has rwo pages. The page on the left has exp lanations and exa mples, and the pa ge on th e right has exercises. The 60 units are d ivided into three sections o f 20 units eac h. Section A is a bout how to say an d spell individual sounds.
Section B is about joining sounds to ma ke words an d sentences. Sectio n C is a bo ut pr onunciation in co nversa tion. After the 60 units. Introducti on to phonemic symbols Pronuncia tio n t l: With the book, there is also a set of four cassettes or CDs, one for each seaion of the book. What order shall I do the un its in? It is better if you balance the work that you do from the th ree sections: So, for exa mple , you could begin like this: Unit I , then Unit 2 1. At th e end of each uni t, yo u will find a not e telling you w here to go ne xt.
If you hav e problems in hearing the difkrence between individual sounds in Sa.: Count your score for each section. If you d id specially well in an yone o f the sections, then yo u may want to row the units in that section of the book. Find your own langua ge the languages are in alphabetical o rde r], The noees there will tell you w hich units are less important for spea kers o f your langu age and w hich sound pairs in sectio n D4 are recommended.
Do I need to know the phonemic symbols? Also, many dictionaries uSC' phonemic symbols to show pronunciation.
Is this book only about pronunciation in speaking? No, it M 't. Pronunciation is important fe r both listening and speaking. In many o f the units.
For example. You need to be able to understand th is when you hear it, but it does ReX matter if you do not speak in th is way. People will still understa nd yo u. It is your dlOic: What accent of English is used in this book?
For a model for you to copy when speaking, we have used o nly one accent, a Southern British accent.
But when you are listening to peo ple spea king English. Fo r this reason, you will hear a variety of acceers in some parts of the Iistming material.
What is the Sentence stress phrasebook? It can help yo u to spea k more fluentl y if you say some: You an practise listening and repeating these to improve your fluency. What is in the Glossary? In this book. You a n find an explanation o f the meaning of these words in Section D6 Glou.: How should I use the record ings?
When you are working wit h the recording, yo u should rep lay a track as o ften as you need to. When you are doing an exercise you may also need to pause the recording alter each sentence to give you lime to think or 10 write your a nswers, When you are instructed 10 repeat singk weeds there is a space on the recording for you 10 do so, but if you are repeating whole senrena: To the teacher Although English Prom4ndatiOf1 in Uu has hem written SO that it can be used for self-srudy, it will work equally well in a dass situation.
Also, they ca n practise some of the dialogues and other exercises in pairs. You can direct students with particular pronunciation difficulties to do specific units on thrir own. In order ro simplify the jargon in the: Consonams at thr start of syllables. The following is an explanation of how the book is organised,. The units are o rganised by letters rather than sounds. The intentio n is that this would be a more intuitive route: Showing that you want to continue 96 45 Well, anyway Telling a story 98 46 I mean, its sort of like Understanding small talk 47 Right, OK Understanding instructions 48 'Like father like son' as they say Quoting speech 49 He will win Introduction to emphatic stress 50 Schwartz Pedro Schwartz Emphasising added details 51 I think you're in mx seat Emphasising important words 52 Chips or salad?
Emphasising contrasting alternatives 53 Fifty? No, fifteen! Emphasising corrections 54 Look who's talking!
Introducing tones 5 5 Here?