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movie on the word Thought to see how to correctly make the TH sound (894k).

Here is the complete lesson from ourworkbook in MP3, as well as thePDF version.of Brian explaining how to make the sound that you can find in words like Zsa-Zsa and OCCASION.Minimal pair exercisefor words like LEGION and REGION.Try thisdictationto distinguish the two sounds.Listen, practice, and record your voice to have aconversationwith a native speaker (

Minimal Pairs(114k) In this exercise, you will listen and compare the sounds P and F.

to practice your listening and spelling.

Here is the complete lesson from ourworkbook in MP3, as well as thePDF version.

(219k) In this exercise, you will hear pairs of words that are the same except for one sound. In this case, TH is being compared to other similar sounds. Listen and compare.

Practice these 10tongue twistersto improve these sounds(

Practice these 10tongue twistersto improve your L and R (

to practice the differences between TH and other sounds.

, a CD-ROM for ESL pronunciation students

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Here is the complete lesson from ourworkbook in MP3, as well as thePDF version.

For Pronunciation teachers, try the

Listen, practice, and record your voice to have aconversationwith a native speaker (microphonerequired).

TH, as in THINK, BATHROOM, and TEETH.

L and R, as in COLLECT, CORRECT, LAMB, and RAM.

Here is the complete lesson from ourworkbook in MP3, as well as thePDF version.

to practice the differences between v and w. (42k)

Listen, practice, and record your voice to have aconversationwith a native speaker (

In this exercise, you will hear pairs of words such as BET and BAT.

Practice these 10tongue twistersto improve these sounds(

Are you having trouble saying WOOL, WOOD, and WOLVES? Watchthis video.

UNIT EIGHT: E and A, as in BET and BAT

Listen, practice, and record your voice to have aconversationwith a native speaker (microphonerequired).

In this exercise, you will hear pairs of words which either contain the schwa or not.

Here is the complete lesson from ourworkbook in MP3, as well as thePDF version.

Heres avideoof the differences between L and R (5.6mb).

to practice the differences between i and I.

to practice your listening and spelling.

Heres theanswer keyto all the lessons.

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Here is the complete lesson from ourworkbook in MP3 audio, as well as thePDF version.

to practice the differences between L and R.

Here is the complete lesson from ourworkbook in MP3, as well as thePDF version.

Listen, practice, and record your voice to have aconversationwith a native speaker (

Listen, practice, and record your voice to have aconversationwith a native speaker (

(228k) In this exercise, you will hear pairs of words that are the same except for one sound. In this case, i and I are being compared to each other. Listen and compare.

Heres apoem being readto illustrate the crazy spelling of English and how it relates to the pronunciation. Its read in a standard Canadian-English accent.

Practice these 5tongue twistersto improve your TH (

Practice these 10tongue twistersto improve your i and I (

Other ESL Pronunciation Pages on the World Wide Web:

Here is the complete lesson from ourworkbook in MP3 audio, as well as thePDF version.

movie on the word Thy to see how to correctly make the TH sound (725k).

to practice the differences between TH and other sounds.

Heres avideoof Brian explaining the differences between the voiceless and voiced TH. (7.8mb)

Here is the complete lesson from ourworkbook in MP3, as well as thePDF version.

Listen, practice, and record your voice to have aconversationwith a native speaker (

Try thisDictationto practice the differences between P and F.

Minimal Pairs(114k) In this exercise, you will listen and compare the difference in sounds like in whether and weather.

Practice thesetongue twistersto improve your TH (

to practice the differences between i and I.

Here is the complete lesson from ourworkbook in MP3, as well as thePDF version.

Listen, practice, and record your voice to have aconversationwith a native speaker (

TH, as in THOSE, MOTHER and SOOTHE.

to practice the differences between the two sounds.

Listen, practice, and record your voice to have aconversationwith a native speaker (

Listen, practice, and record your voice to have aconversationwith a native speaker (

(114k) In this exercise, you will hear pairs of words that are the same except for one sound. In this case, V and W are being compared to each other. Listen and compare.

In this exercise, you will hear pairs of words such as ROAR and ROWER.

Here is the complete lesson from ourworkbook in MP3, as well as thePDF version.

(228k) In this exercise, you will hear pairs of words that are the same except for one sound. In this case, l and r are being compared to each other. Listen and compare.

Here is the complete lesson from ourworkbook in MP3, as well as thePDF version.

In this exercise, you will hear pairs of words that are the same except for one sound. In this case, S, CH, and SH are being compared to each other. Listen and compare.

Listen, practice, and record your voice to have aconversationwith a native speaker (

Try thisDictationto practice your listening and spelling.

(178k) In this exercise, you will hear pairs of words that are the same except for one sound. In this case, TH is being compared to other similar sounds. Listen and compare.

Listen, practice, and record your voice to have aconversationwith a native speaker (

Try thisDictationto practice your listening and spelling.

For more online phonetics, try the University of

Here is the complete lesson from ourworkbook in MP3 audio, as well as thePDF version.

TESOL Speech and Pronunciation Interest Section.

Minimal Pairs(114k) In this exercise, you will listen and compare the differences in the words bought, bat, but, bet.

Listen, practice, and record your voice to have aconversationwith a native speaker (microphonerequired).

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