Pronunciation

  • In this learning path you will practise some useful phrases for conducting meetings, and work on reading and pronouncing words that involve the problematic spelling "ough" and the diphthong /ɑʊ/.
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  • In this learning path you will hear someone talking about the world of work, and then practise pronunciation of "or", /ɜɾ/ and /ɔ/.
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  • In this learning path you will be working on intonation and stress patterns in English, focusing upon useful expressions for negotiation.
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  • 5 activities to test your understanding of specific knowledge.
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  • Listen to the audio file and try and distinguish the words you can hear. Once you think you have recognized the words write them down in the spaces provided. Some words can have more than one meaning ( ex: reed / read) ie: they have homonyms.
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  • Listen to the audio extracts which focus on the pronunciation of common words used in oral presentations at INGP and do the associated exercises. It is advised to use the pause button between questions. Read the instructions at the top of each exercise carefully before beginning.
    Step 1: Choose the correct word(s).
    Step 2: Pronunciation and spelling.
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  • Check your understanding commonly mispronounced words by locating key sounds inside the words. British pronunciation.
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  • The following exercise is designed to test how well you can differentiate between pairs of sounds. These words and sounds have been specifically chosen as they are very commonly mispronounced by French people and lead to confusion and misunderstanding. Once you have done the exercise, listen to the file again and repeat.
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