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Pronunciation Links Page

Pronunciation Links Page

Karin's ESL PartyLand


Pronunciation for Korean Speakers--Very nice resource from Ron Aizen, includes pronunciation tips, exercises, and quizzes.

English Pronunciation--Six well developed pronunciation units from Okanagan University College.  Each unit contains listening discrimination, practice, and dictation exercises.  Requires Shockwave.

Sound of English--Pronunciation--"This page is an introduction to the sounds of English. It has pictures and photographs to help you pronounce sounds, as well as examples of those sounds."

Holly's Listening Comprehension--This is a pronunciation and listening comprehension web site.   There are listening dictations and sound discrimination exercises here.   Requires Real Audio.

Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab--As you probably already know, this is one of the best ESL listening sites on the web.  There are also a few pronunciation quizzes here.

RELAXED PRONUNCIATION--Nice list of common expressions--and yes, it really does sound that way.  From Brazilian teacher Waldinei L. Cruz.

Listening to English--"Often we can recognize some words in a sentence, but we do not hear all the words properly. This is because in fluent speech words often run together or are spoken very quickly or quietly. This exercise helps you to practise listening to sentences and working out exactly what was said."

American Accent Training--Explanations on the sounds of American English from Ann Cook.  Text only, but fairly comprehensive.

English Pronunciation--Includes linguistic explanations and phonetic transcriptions for the sounds of English.  It's somewhat academic, but if you're already familiar with the linguistic terminology, you should be fine.  From the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Diphthong Calculator--Well, it's sort of interesting...requires Shockwave.

Pronunciation Web Resources--A comprehensive guide to pronunciation resources on the web.  Includes links to sites with interactive exercises and text only files.

Pronunciation - English as 2nd Language Net Links--The Mining Company's guide to ESL pronunciation resources on the web.

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