ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION

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ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION
1 What can we do as...?
1.1 a user of the language
1.1.1 videogames
1.1.2 T.V.
1.1.3 movies
1.1.4 read
1.1.5 digital dictionaries
1.1.6 dictionaries
1.1.7 specialized courses
1.2 an English teacher
1.2.1 stress
1.2.1.1 two or more syllables words has one stressed syllable
1.2.1.1.1 Polysyllabic words have also a syllable carries secondary stress
1.2.2 sounds
1.2.2.1 40-44 sounds, 26 lettlers
1.2.2.1.1 lettlers = different sounds
1.2.2.1.1.1 creation of phonetic alphabet
1.2.3 rhythm
1.2.3.1 stress timed language
1.2.3.1.1 strong contrast between stressed and unstressed syllabs
1.2.3.1.1.1 e.g.
1.2.4 also important
1.2.4.1 intonation catenation
1.2.4.2 minimal pairs
1.2.4.3 IPA international phonetic alphabet
1.2.4.4 greater stress
1.2.4.5 change of stress change the meaning
2 Why is it difficult...?
2.1 unskilled teachers
2.2 No immersion
2.3 selfsteem
2.4 motivation
2.5 bullying
2.6 criticism
3 Tips for pronunciation
3.1 extra tips
3.1.1 s vs. z
3.1.2 seventy vs seventeen
3.1.3 b vs. v
3.1.4 th vs. t
3.2 technological resources
3.2.1 google translator
3.2.2 online practice
3.2.2.1 http://www.manythings.org/pp/
3.2.2.2 http://cambridgeenglishonline.com/Phonetics_Focus/