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Pronouncing Words and Sounds | Advanced Features of Pronunciation | Using Phonics to Learn Pronunciation

Pronouncing Words and Sounds top ^
  • Authentic American Pronunciation
    On this American site by Eva Easton you can practice specific aspects of pronunciation such as linking, stress patterns, contractions, past-tense endings, consonant and vowel sounds, as well as commonly used vocabulary and phrases, etc. There are many sound files for you to listen to and imitate.
    http://evaeaston.com/pr/home.html

  • Consonant Clusters
    Do you have problems pronouncing consonant clusters? (when 2 or more consonants are pronounced together) Scroll down to the bottom of this phonics site to find lists of English words with common consonant clusters that you can practice pronouncing.
    http://www.edsanders.com/phonics/phonrule.htm

Advanced Features of Pronunciation top ^
  • ESL Pronunciation Workpage
    Here you will find explanations, examples and interactive exercises on different aspects of pronunciation, including word and phrasal stress, phrasing, emphasis, reduction, linking, intonation, consonants and vowels. The exercises would also help improve your listening skill.
    http://www.e-pron.com/

  • Authentic American Pronunciation
    On this American site by Eva Easton you can practice specific aspects of pronunciation such as linking, stress patterns, contractions, past-tense endings, consonant and vowel sounds, as well as commonly used vocabulary and phrases, etc. There are many sound files for you to listen to and imitate.
    http://evaeaston.com/pr/home.html

Using Phonics to Learn Pronunciation top ^

Phonics deals with how English spelling relates to pronunciation. It will help improve your spelling as well as your pronunciation, especially in dealing with unfamiliar words when you are reading.