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Advanced Pronunciation I1
http://evaeaston.com/pronunciation/vowels.html
Unit 16
/s/
s
ign, /z/
z
ero,
/ʃ/
sh
op, and /ʒ/ televi
s
ion
http://lingorado.com/ipa/
The
voiceless

/s/
can be found in English words such as
s
aid,
s
ad,
s
ip, bo
x
, bu
s
, cat
s
, fa
c
e, and
c
ircle.
The
voiced

/z/
sound can be found in English words such a
s
,
z
ip, e
x
ist, bu
zz
, boy
s
, hi
s
, wa
s
, and i
s
.
Tue
s
day, he'
s
ple
a
s
e
, r
i
s
e
ob
s
ervatory
boy
s
, shoe
s
Careful!
Busy /
BC
as /
a**
goes /
ghost
deserve /
the surf
easy /
EC
plays /
place
president /
precedent
raisin /
racing
eyes /
ice
The
voiceless /ʃ/
can be found in English words such as
sh
op, bru
sh
,
s
ure,
ch
ef, sta
t
ion, spe
c
ial, pre
c
ious, and pre
ss
ure.
The
voiced

/ʒ/
can be found in English words such as gara
g
e, deci
s
ion, mea
s
ure, vi
s
ual, and A
s
ia.
/ʃ/

/ʒ/
Jinx Challenge with
/s/, /z/, /ʃ/, and /ʒ/
Unit 17
/tʃ/
ch
eck and
/dʒ/
j
u
dge

http://lingorado.com/ipa/
/tʃ/
/dʒ/
http://soundsofspeech.uiowa.edu/english/english.html
http://soundsofspeech.uiowa.edu/english/english.html
The

voiceless /tʃ/

can be found in English words such as
Ch
ina,
ch
ild,
ch
urch, cen
t
ury, wat
ch
, and cat
ch
.
The

voiced /dʒ/

can be found in English words such as
G
ermany, lar
g
e,
j
oy, e
d
ucate, e
dg
e and
j
u
dg
e.
/tʃ/
/dʒ/
EXAM PRACTICE
BOOKS CLOSED
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/tʃ/
/dʒ/
2B
Unit 18
-s Endings

http://soundsofspeech.uiowa.edu/english/english.html
http://lingorado.com/ipa/
https://quizlet.com/200173756/flashcards
Unit 19
/y/
y
et and
/dʒ/
j
et

http://lingorado.com/ipa/

you

Yale

mayor

Yen

Jew

jail

major

Jen
/y/
/dʒ/
YET
JET
EX.3
JOINING VOWELS WITH /Y/
CONSONANT CLUSTERS WITH /Y/
Let's recall what you learned in AP1:
Course reminders:
Come to class on time.
Do not miss the
quizzes
or the
production controls.
Do the
extended activities
or
tongue twister challenges
.
Practice, practice, practice...
Tongue Twister Challenge 1
Unit 20
/r/
r
ate; Consonant Clusters with /r/:
gr
owth

http://lingorado.com/ipa/
1. alive

2. fly

3. light

4. long

5. collect

6. glamour

7. glass

8. lace

9. lane

10. law
1. arrive

2. fry

3. right

4. wrong

5. correct

6. grammar

7. grass

8. race

9. rain

10. raw
11. lead

12. leader

13. led

14. lighter

15. load

16. lock

17. locker

18. lot

19. play

20. belly
111. read

12. reader

13. red

14. writer

15. road

16. rock

17. rocker

18. rot

19. pray

20. berry
ENEMY CORNERS
Consonant Clusters with /r/
pr-

tr-

thr-

shr-

scr-

pray

train

three

shrink

scratch

EXAM PRACTICE
BOOKS CLOSED

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Unit 21
Beginning /l/
l
ight;
Consonant Clusters with /l/:
bl
ue

http://lingorado.com/ipa/
The L is a "
light L
" when it comes
before
a vowel or a diphthong in a syllable. It usually appears in the beginning of the word.
-let
-eleven
-flirt
https://www.englishclub.com/pronunciation/minimal-pairs-l-r.htm
Lory is a really wily, wiry and weird lab rat.
Consonant Clusters with /l/
https://quizlet.com/220787546/learn
Production
Control

Unit 22
Final /l/: fee
l
;
Contractions with of will

http://lingorado.com/ipa/
PRACTICE FIRST!
I'll =/all/
He'll=/h
ɪ
l/
We'll = /w
ɪ
l/
You'll =/y
ʊ
l/
Will = 'll has a Dark L
She'll=/ʃ
ɪ
l/
It'll =/'ɪ
d
əl/
/iy/
/uw/
They'll =/ð
ɛ
l/
/ey/
Unit 23
/m/ so
m
e, /n/ su
n
, and /ŋ/ si
ng
;
Syllabic Nasals: Sudd
en
; Glottalized
t

http://lingorado.com/ipa/
Let's study!
Pronouncing
ng
Spellings
ˈrɪŋɪŋ
saɪn
ˈsɪgnəl
ˈɔtəm
tʌŋ
ˈpɛrəˌdaɪm
ˌpær ə dɪgˈmæt ɪk
kəˈlʌm nər
ˈkɑləm
ˈæŋgəl
ˈhæŋər
ˈhʌmbəl
ˈstrɔŋli
ˈstrɔŋər
ˈplʌmər
Unit 24
/h/ heavy;
Reductions of H-words

http://lingorado.com/ipa/
Honor
Heavy
Where
He looks like he's had an accident.
H
e looks like
h
e's had an accident.
1. “Say goodbye before
h
e leaves.”

2. “She
h
as a lot to do today.”

3. “What did
h
e get
h
er for
h
er birthday?”

4. “Take
h
im out for a walk before dinner.”

5. “You’ll
h
ave a lot of friends there.”

6. “He danced
h
is heart out tonight.”
(Pronounce the -ed ending as a [t])
ɪf ju ˈɛvər liyv miy, ˈbeybiy,
liyv sʌm ˈmɔrfiyn æt may dɔr
bɪˈkɔz ɪt wʊd teyk ə howl lɑt ʌv ˌmɛdəˈkeyʃən
tuw ˈriyəˌlayz wʌt wi yuzd tuw hæv,
wiy downt hæv ɪt ˌɛniyˈmɔr.

ðɛrz now rɪˈlɪʤən ðæt kʊd seyv miy
now ˈmætər haw lɔŋ may niyz ɑr ɑn ðə flɔr
Ooh sow kip ɪn maynd ɔl ðə ˈsækrəˌfaysɪz aym ˈmeykɪŋ
tuw kiyp yuw bay may sayd ænd
kiyp yuw frʌm ˈwɔkɪŋ awt ðə dɔr.

bɪˈkɔz ˈðɛrəl biy now ˈsʌnˌlayt
ɪf ay luwz yuw, ˈbeyby
ˈðɛrəl biy now klɪr skayz
ɪf ay luwz yuw, ˈbeyby
ʤʌst layk ðə klawdz,
may ayz wɪl duw ðə seym ɪf yuw wɔk əˈwey
ˈɛvəriy dey ɪt wɪl reyn, reyn, reyn.

all ˈnɛvər biy jʊər ˈmʌðərz ˈfeyvərɪt
jʊər ˈdædiy kænt ˈiyvɪn lʊk miy ɪn ðiy ay
Ooh ɪf ay wʌz ɪn ðɛr ʃuz, ayd biy ˈduwiyŋ ðə seym θɪŋ
ˈseyɪŋ ðɛr gowz may ˈlɪtəl gɜrl
ˈwɔkɪŋ wɪð ðæt ˈtrʌbəlsəm gay.
bʌt ðɛr ʤʌst əˈfreɪd ʌv ˈsʌmθɪŋ ðey kænt ˌʌndərˈstænd
Ooh bʌt ˈlɪtəl ˈdɑrlɪŋ wɑʧ miy ʧeynʤ ðɛr mayndz
yæ fɔr yuw all tray all tray all tray all tray
all pɪk ʌp ðiz ˈbrowkən ˈpiysəz ˈtɪl aym ˈbliydɪŋ
ɪf ˈðætəl meyk yuw mayn

bɪˈkɔz ˈðɛrəl biy now ˈsʌnˌlayt
ɪf ay luwz yuw, ˈbeybiy
ˈðɛrəl biy now klɪr skayz
ɪf ay luwz yuw, ˈbeybiy
ʤʌst layk ðə klawdz
may ayz wɪl duw ðə seym ɪf yuw wɔk əˈwey
ˈɛvəriy dey ɪt wɪl reyn, reyn, reyn

downt yuw sey, ˌgʊdˈbay
downt yuw sey, ˌgʊdˈbay
all pɪk ʌp ðiz ˈbrowkən ˈpiysəz ˈtɪl aym ˈbliydɪŋ
ɪf ˈðætəl meyk ɪt rayt

bɪˈkɔz ˈðɛrəl biy now ˈsʌnˌlayt
ɪf ay luwz yuw, ˈbeybiy
ˈðɛrəl biy now klɪr skayz
ɪf ay luwz yuw, ˈbeybiy
ʤʌst layk ðə klawdz
may ayz wɪl duw ðə seym ɪf yuw wɔk əˈwey
ˈɛvəriy dey ɪt wɪl reyn, reyn, reyn.
Review of Vowels and Consonants
Be always aware of:

-Linking with /w/,/y/ and final consonants+ sameconsonant/vowel
-Alternating vowels
-Voiced and voiceless sounds
-Aspirated consonants
-Flapped /t/
-Consonant Clusters
-Reduction of 'will' and 'H'

Bruno Mars - It Will Rain
IPA Transcription
Unit 25
Beginning Consonant Clusters
http://lingorado.com/ipa/
Initial Consonant Clusters
D
R
F
L
https://quizlet.com/223504091/flashcards
/fl/
/sn/
/fr/
/θr/
/kr/
/br/
/sm/
/st(r)/
/
skw
/
squeeze – squeak – squeal – squid – square – squad – squander – squash – squat
http://usefulenglish.ru/phonetics/practice-consonant-clusters
Spoonerisms
/ˈspuwnərɪz(ə)mz/
Unit 26
Final Consonant Clusters;
Joining Final Consonants

http://lingorado.com/ipa/
EXAM PRACTICE
BOOKS CLOSED
A)
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A)
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A)
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A)
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Production
Control

PRACTICE FIRST!
Unit 27
Syllables and Stress in Words: Overview

http://lingorado.com/ipa/
http://www.virtualdiceroll.com/
MAKING TRACKS
LET'S REVIEW
Unit 28
Primary and Secondary Stress;
Unstressed Syllables;
Movable Stress
http://lingorado.com/ipa/
In a piece of paper, draw a table of 6 x 8
Cal
EXAM PRACTICE
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approval
/əˈpru vəl/
Primary Stress ( )
Unstressed Syllable
negotiation
/nɪˌgoʊ ʃiˈeɪ ʃən/
Secondary Stress ( )
passport
/ˈpæs pɔrt/
migrate
/ˈmaɪ greɪt/
STRESS DICE
every
interview
center
DROPPED SYLLABLES
important
Unit 29
Predicting Stress: Parts of Speech and Suffixes
http://lingorado.com/ipa/
https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/list.cfm?wordlist=12221
PREFIXES
SUFFIXES
japan
ese
Kafka
esque
stu
dious
mu
sical
civ
i
lize
https://www.thoughtco.com/common-suffixes-in-english-1692725
http://dictionary.cambridge.org/grammar/british-grammar/word-formation/suffixes
reliability
/rɪˌlaɪ əˈbɪl ɪ ti/
rely
reliable
verb
adjective
reliab
ility
-ility
-ile + ity
Agility
Civility
Ability
Unit 30
Compound nouns;
Stress in Numbers
http://lingorado.com/ipa/
https://quizlet.com/226274025/flashcards
COMPOUND NOUNS
Earring
Lipstick
Toothbrush
Sandcastle
Primary Stress ( )
Secondary Stress ( )
Adjective-Noun Sequences
That´s a light house.
That´s a lighthouse.
Adj.
Noun
Noun
makeup
overdo
Verb-Preposition / Preposition-Verb Sequences
black + board
green + house
dark + room

light + weights
cheap + skates
checking + accounts
NUMBERS
Unit 31
Words used as Nouns or Verbs
http://lingorado.com/ipa/
Production
Control
PRACTICE FIRST!
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