1 edition of Manual of American English pronunciation for adult foreign students. found in the catalog.
Manual of American English pronunciation for adult foreign students.
Clifford H. Prator
|Other titles||American English pronunciation.|
|LC Classifications||PE1137 .P8 1951|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 162 p. :|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||51062674|
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Designed for students of American English who want to improve their pronunciation and reduce their accents, Manual of American English Pronunciation presents and easy-to-follow, complete, and individualized guide. This package can be used with teacher guidance in ESL/EFL classes or as a self-study by: English First ed.
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[Clifford H Prator]. Edition Notes First ed. published in under title: Manual of American English pronunciation for adult foreign students. Accent inventory to accompany Manual of American English pronunciation (6 p.
in pocket). Accent inventory to accompany Manual of American English pronunciation (6 p. in pocket). Description: xxv, pages illustrations 24 cm: Other Titles: Manual of American English pronunciation for adult foreign students American English pronunciation: Responsibility: by Clifford H.
Prator, Jr. Rev. by Betty Wallace Robinett. First ed. published in under title: Manual of American English pronunciation for adult foreign students Accent inventory to accompany Manual of American English pronunciation (6 p. in pocket). First ed. published in under title: Manual of American English pronunciation for adult foreign students.
Accent inventory to accompany Manual of American English pronunciation (6 p. The Handbook of English Pronunciation is a collection of 28 chapters with various approaches to English pronunciation. AThe Handbook is intended for applied linguists and for teachers, for those.
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This book provides, to every audience group, relevant theoretical groundings that support the. This resource combines research on, rationale for teaching, and teaching activities for pronunciation in a clear and straightforward manner. The authors cover how recent research has changed ideas about pronunciation and its importance in the role of non-native speakers of English, primarily that teachers need to learn guiding principles of pronunciation and teach them in the classroom.
American English Phonetics and Pronunciation Practice provides an accessible introduction to basic articulatory phonetics for students of American English. Built around an extensive collection of practice materials, this book teaches the pronunciation of modern standard American English to intermediate and advanced learners worldwide.
Manual of American English Pronunciation by Clifford Holmes Prator, Betty Wallace Robinett, FebruaryHarcourt College Pub edition, Audio cassette in English - 4th edition. Adult English language learners in the United States approach the learning of English pronunciation from.
a wide variety of native language backgrounds. They may speak languages with sound systems that vary a great deal from that of English. Individuals with a Span-ish language background constitute the largest foreign. In this paper, the researcher defines the term pronunciation, explains the goal of English pronunciation, elaborates the importance of pronunciation, states the role of teachers in teaching pronunciation, and mentions some suggestions for teaching English pronunciation.
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Throughout the book are “pronunciation pointers” that give students helpful hints on pronunciation. Here’s an example from unit one: “In spoken English, we often drop the –ing ending of words. Free book downloads for English language learners We offer a fantastic selection of free book downloads in PDF format to help improve your English reading, grammar and vocabulary.
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Pronunciation often gets pushed to the bottom of the list. Many teachers say there’s just not enough time to teach pronunciation. Students often think it isn’t that important—after all, it won’t be tested on their college entrance exams. But if students need or want to speak English understandably, pronunciation is important.
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As illustrated in Chapters 3–12, our efforts span different regions of the world including Canada, England. A textbook and reference manual on teaching the pronunciation of North American English, written specifically for teachers of English as a second Language (ESL).
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