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  1. A Guide to English Sounds Catherine Heimsoth, PCV Latacunga, Cotopaxi June 11, 2013

  2. Listen to a word • /T/ = Raise your hand. • /D/ = Touch your nose.

  3. Listen to a word • /Z/ = Raise your hand • /S/ = Touch your nose

  4. Today we are going to talk about… • Dialects of English • Voiceless/Voiced Sounds • The ‘-ED’ ending • The ‘-ES’ ending • ‘Tin’ vs. ‘Thin’

  5. What is perfect English?

  6. The Basics: Symbols • Use ‘ ‘ for LETTERS • Use / / for SOUNDS

  7. The Basics: Voiced Sounds ‘a’ ‘e’ ‘i’ ‘o’ ‘u’ ‘b’ ‘v’ ‘z’ ‘d’ ‘th’ /ð/ ‘g’ ‘j’ ‘ge’ /dʒ/ ‘m’ ‘n’ ‘l’ ‘w’ ‘y’

  8. The Basics: Voiceless Sounds ‘p’ ‘f’ ‘k’ ‘x’ /ks/ ‘t’ ‘th’ /Θ/ ‘s’ ‘sh’ /ʃ/ ‘ch’ /tʃ/

  9. Waited Washed Loved

  10. Waited /Id/ Washed /t/ Loved /d/

  11. ‘-ED’ /Id/ /t/ /d/

  12. “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. Where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?” • Picked = /Id/ or /t/ or /d/ ? • Pickled = /Id/ or /t/ or /d/ ?

  13. “Peter Piper pick/t/ a peck of pickl/d/ peppers. Where’s the peck of pickl/d/ peppers Peter Piper pick/t/?”

  14. /Id/ /t/ /d/

  15. Washes Takes Loves

  16. Washes /Iz/ Takes /s/ Loves /z/

  17. ‘-ES’ /Iz/ /s/ /z/

  18. “Suzy sellsseashells by the seashore where the sun shines on the shop signs.” • Sells = /Iz/ or /s/ or /z/ ? • Seashells = /Iz/ or /s/ or /z/ ? • Shines = /Iz/ or /s/ or /z/ ? • Signs = /Iz/ or /s/ or /z/ ?

  19. “Suzy sell/z/ seashell/z/ by the seashore where the sun shine/z/ on the shop sign/z/.”

  20. /Iz/ /s/ /z/

  21. Fort Fourth

  22. Fort /t/ Fourth /Θ/

  23. Tin Thin

  24. Tin /t/ Thin /Θ/

  25. It’s all about the tongue…

  26. “I can think of six thin tin things and six thick tin things.”

  27. Thank Tank Mat Math Thin Tin Fort Fourth Bath Bat Three Tree Taught Thought

  28. Escape vs. Speak • School • Spanish

  29. “Sally swiftly shooed seven silly sheep.”

  30. Wonderful • Flower =Flour • Cut • Cousin

  31. Pronunciation Questions?You + Google Translate = ¡AMIGOS!

  32. Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Email: catherineheimsoth@gmail.com