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Phonetics of English Alphabets F to J in Thai and Russian Language

This free online course enlightens the sound of your English through practical and enjoyable exercises.

Publisher: Teacher Vlad
Are you weary of being puzzled about some words spoken in English? This course will clarify things for you and equip you with valuable tools and strategies such as colourful illustrations and audio repeats for improving your pronunciation and speaking skills. You will practise reading, writing, and interpreting new English words and phrases, as well as other alphabet-related activities. In addition, you will also study some grammar guidelines.
Phonetics of English Alphabets F to J in Thai and Russian Language
  • Duration

    1.5-3 Hours
  • Students

    222
  • Accreditation

    CPD

Description

Modules

Outcome

Certification

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Description

The same letter in English is frequently read differently in diverse words, despite the rules, which are typically neither regulations nor logical in reading English words. That's why linguists devised the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), a system in which each symbol corresponds to a particular English sound. This course will teach you how to use these unique indicators to determine the correct pronunciation of English words. You will learn about capital and lowercase letters and how to use them correctly, and how to transcribe simple syllables comprising the vowel and consonant symbols. You will learn about uppercase and lowercase letters and their appropriate usage and transcribing simple syllables containing the vowel and consonant symbols.

Next, you will discover the letter F and words that begin with it, such as fox, friend, and fish. Then you'll move on to the letter G and explore its two distinct sounds in 'girl' and 'gem.' The phonetic portrayal of the letter H is as follows. Additionally, you will learn about the possessive case, its form, and the usage of the apostrophe itself or with an 's', as well as the structure of the present continuous tense using simple examples like 'A hand is holding a pen.' Following that, you'll look at the letter I and hear how it sounds in both closed and open syllables. You'll also learn when and how to employ the grammatical construction there is/are. Finally, the course introduces the letter J and its many pronunciations in jeans, jar, jet, job, and juice.

This course includes a list of phonetic symbols for the transcription of English sounds and many activities to accomplish with suggestions such as looking at the image, listening and repeating after the speaker, listening and writing English phrases and sentences, and translating them into English. Each exercise contains keys and answers to aid you in self-check. All of these activities, from the "Phonetics of English Alphabets F to J in Thai and Russian Language" course, will help you optimize your English pronunciation and feel empowered while communicating in English.

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