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Unit 7 Vowels: Diphthongs

Unit 7 Vowels: Diphthongs. Homework presentation of the last unit

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  • Unit 7 Vowels: Diphthongs
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  • Homework presentation of the last unit
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  • Vowels(20) Pure Vowels(12) Short Vowels(7) /i/ /e/ / / / / / / /u/ // LongVowels(5) / :/ /i:/ /a:/ /u:/ /:/ Diphthongs(8) Review:
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  • English Vowels: Diphthongs Pure vowelsDiphthongs
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  • Is it a pure vowel or a diphthong? 1. /u:/ 2. / e / 3. / I / 4. / / 5. / i:/ 6. / e / 7. /eI/ 8. /aI/ 9. / :/ 10. / I /
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  • Is it a pure vowel or a diphthong? 1. queues 2. bear 3.really 4.hole 5.reader 6.shed 7.sail 8.lighter 9.pearls 10.skill
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  • Is it a pure vowel or a diphthong? 1. queues 2. bear 3.really 4.hole 5.reader 6.shed 7.sail 8.lighter 9.pearls 10.skill
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  • English Vowels: Diphthongs --- English 8 Diphthongs
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  • What is a diphthong?
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  • Classification of English Diphthongs English Diphthongs Centering diphthong Closing diphthongs Ending in Ending in I ending in I e e I a I I a here hare tourthey cry toy know now
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  • Centring Diphthongs
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  • [i] [] [i] [i:] [u] []
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  • Centring Diphthongs / / / / Is there a post office near here? Things are clear and you dont need to fear. I want to be quite clear on this problem. /e/ /e/ I swear Ill never tell anyone. She was not aware how deeply he loved her. Why did you buy another pair of shoes? / / / / Hes from a very poor family. We were unsure about who was to blame. Im sure thats pure gold.
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  • Practice 1. peer; pair; poor 2.tear; tare; tour 3. dear; dare; doer 4. fear; fair; fewer
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  • Closing Diphthongs
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  • Closing (Ending in [i]) /ei/ [e] [i] [i] [i] /ai/ [a] [i] /ai/ [i]
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  • Closing Diphthongs /e / /e / I hate to trouble him. She always calls a spade a spade. There is no way I can get out of it. /a / /a / Hes behind the times. I like your style. Mikes wife likes her life in the countryside. / i/ / i/ Let us join hands in friendship. Im in a hurry, so get to the point. Its a joy to watch the boy playing with his toy.
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  • [u] /au/ [a] [u] [a] /ai/ /ai/ [a] [u] [a] [u] /au/
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  • Closing Diphthongs / / / / I hope nothing is wrong. Id like to propose a toast. I know. You know. I know what you know. /a / /a / Get out of my house now. Ive heard so much about you. How about going downtown now?
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  • English Vowels: Diphthongs --- Pronouncing Difficulties in Diphthongs
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  • /e-ei/: said-say/ let-late/ pen-pain/ get-gate/ men-main/ wet-wait/ sell-sail/ red-rate/ ate- eight /: row-raw/ so-saw/ coat-caught/ woke-walk/ bowl-ball/ coal-call/ u- /: row-raw/ so-saw/ coat-caught/ woke-walk/ bowl-ball/ coal-call / : i/: all-oil/ call-coil/ tall-toil/ corn-coin/ gnaws-noise/ jaws-joy/ :- i/: all-oil/ call-coil/ tall-toil/ corn-coin/ gnaws-noise/ jaws-joy
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  • Listening exercises
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  • Listening Exercise (1) Sound discrimination 1.peer pair 2.tear tare 3.dear dare 4.fear fair 5.sheer share 6.spear spare 7.really rarely 8.steering staring 9.poor pull 10.found phoned 11.towntone 12.filefoil 13.tiles toils 14.sellsail 15.redraid 16.menmain 17.lesslace 18.wetwait 19.sealsail 20.feelfail
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  • Listening Exercise (1) Sound discrimination 1.peer pair 2.tear tare 3.dear dare 4.fear fair 5.sheer share 6.spear spare 7.really rarely 8.steering staring 9.poor pull 10.found phoned 11.towntone 12.filefoil 13.tiles toils 14.sellsail 15.redraid 16.menmain 17.lesslace 18.wetwait 19.sealsail 20.feelfail
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  • Listening Exercise (2) Sounds for information They were talking about the cures/queues in the hospital. Who is going to say something about the bear/beer market? I really/rarely believe what he says. How many people did you see in the big hall/hole? Are they all good raiders/readers? It's hot. Let's have a rest in the shed/shade. Is the man going to sell/sail his boat? It was a lot later/lighter than I thought it would be. Where did you get those colorful pails/pearls? It is a useful skill/scale.
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  • Speaking Exercise (1) sounds in perception and production 1.a. What do you think of the new tool?It is an invention. b. What do you think of the new tour?It was an exciting tour. 2.a. He found her, didn't he?No, he's still looking for her. b. He phoned her, didn't he?No, but he's going to. 3.a. How do you spell "pool"?POOL. b. How do you spell "poor"?POOR. 4.a. How do you spell "coach"?COACH. b. How do you spell "couch"?COUCH. 5.a. What are you going to do with your pen?Throw it away. b. What are you going to do with your pain?I'll take some pills. 6.a. How did you like the tests?Very easy. b. How did you like the tastes?Delicious. 7.a. Did you see the bell?You mean the silver one? b. Did you see the bail?Yes, it's a lot of money. 8.a. Two more pints, please.You have ten pints now. b. Two more points, please.You have ten points now. 9.a. That person is dangerous.Take him to the police. b. That poison is dangerous.Put it in a safe place. 10.a. How do you like the boy's ties?I like the red ties. b. How do you like the boy's toys?I like the robots.
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  • Speaking Exercise (2): Reading aloud Identify words that are stressed first. Pay special attention to the pronunciation of English diphthongs. Taste is one of our five senses. The others are hearing, sight, touch, and smell. You hear with your ears. You see with your eyes. You taste things with your tongue. Taste buds send information about food to your brain. You have a lot of taste buds, maybe even 10,000! Women often have more taste buds than men. Foods like ice cream and bananas taste sweet. French fries, cheese, and ocean water taste salty. Lemons have a sour taste, and coffee is bitter. We all know about these four main tastes: sweet, salty, sour, and bitter. Why does a sense of taste matter? It helps people decide on safe things to eat. Thanks to your sense of taste, you can enjoy all your favorite foods.
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  • Speaking Exercise (2): Reading aloud Identify words that are stressed first. Pay special attention to the pronunciation of English diphthongs. Taste is one of our five senses. The others are hearing, sight, touch, and smell. You hear with your ears. You see with your eyes. You taste things with your tongue. Taste buds send information about food to your brain. You have a lot of taste buds, maybe even 10,000! Women often have more taste buds than men. Foods like ice cream and bananas taste sweet. French fries, cheese, and ocean water taste salty. Lemons have a sour taste, and coffee is bitter. We all know about these four main tastes: sweet, salty, sour, and bitter. Why does a sense of taste matter? It helps people decide on safe things to eat. Thanks to your sense of taste, you can enjoy all your favorite foods.
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  • Speaking Exercise (3): impromptu speech Noise Pollution Ladies and gentleman: today I'd like to talk about noise pollution. There is too much noise in our cities. In most of cities, you can't even hear someone speaking next to you. Noise is hurting our health and hearing. We need to do something to reduce noise. We need new laws to punish companies and individuals who make too much noise. Let's work together to reduce noise and create a more peaceful environment. Thank you very much for your attention. Now learn this speech and make your speech about NOISE POLLUTION
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  • Homework Materials for supplementary exercises: - 1 2 Reading aloud the reading materials ( A one-minute mini-talk: Pronunciation in communication: Talking about likes & dislikes