Hi, Friends! Let me take this opportunity to wish you all a "HAPPY NEW YEAR" 2021 first. Ok, let's contiune with our "Pronunciation of the Day" on a new page!
As usual, I'll be posting the PRONUNCIATION (in the form of PHONETIC SPELLING) of a WORD e
NAME of a Country || CITIZEN of a Country || CAPITAL of a Country || FLAG of a Country
There are 195 COUNTRIES in the WORLD today. Do you know their names?
I'm going to post some information about a country a day starting from today.
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I have noticed when it comes to improving reading skills many people prefer to read stories and novels… mostly fictions. So why not to read and record only stories? Yes, you have heard it right. In this forum, I would l
Do you have a READING HABIT? If you do, why don't you READ SOMETHING for our club members' LISTENING PLEASURE? It can be an interesting NEWS taken from a Newspaper, a SHORT STORY that you read recently or ANYTHING that you feel worth sharing. It willRead more…
I'll be posting the PRONUNCIATION (in the form of PHONETIC SPELLING) of a WORD everyday. My objective of doing this activity is to raise awarness among our Club members the importance of learning SPEECH SOUNDS and their SYMBOLS if they really want toRead more…
I'll use this forum as a thread to post pronunciation related challenges every now and then. I would like to see your participation. Please don't hesitate to ask me if you have any questions regarding speech SOUNDS, speech sound SYMBOLS or the PhonetRead more…
How many of you know that when you buy a DICTIONARY (yes, the one in book form), YOU ALSO PAY for the DICTIONARY to TELL YOU the PRONUNCIATION of EVERY SINGLE WORD listed in it?
The page shown below was taken from the "Oxford Advanced Learner's DictiRead more…
Hi, guys! How are you doing?
I was looking for something cool to record and share with you, so I selected a "Thought For The Day" from the Napoleon Hill Foundation called "Know your own mind, and you will be as wise as the sages".
Hope you'll enjoy iRead more…
Words in WRITTEN ENGLISH are made up of LETTERS. However, in SPOKEN ENGLISH we use small units of individual SOUNDS (called PHONEMES) to form SPOKEN WORDS.
1. These are the LETTERS that we use in WRITING to form the WRITTEN WORDS.
2. These are the SOUNRead more…
Are you thinking of sharing your voice recording here at the "English Pronunciation" group or anywhere else at our English Club, but DON'T KNOW how to do it? Don't worry! The following should help you to get it done.
1. Go to CHIRBIT voice RECORDING
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