Future Students - International

Useful websites for self-study - Pronunciation

Having problems with your pronunciation? Try these web sites, they will show you how to pronounce words correctly.

  1. Sounds of English: Activities & exercises to help you practice your pronunciation
  2. English Pronunciation Practice: Lots of pronunciation exercises. Uses American English
  3. Interactive Pronunciation Exercises: Exercises to help with -ed endings and stress intonation patterns
  4. Pronunciation Practice 1
  5. Pronunciation Practice 2
  6. Pronunciation Practice 3
  7. Pronunciation of irregular verbs: (eg. see/saw/seen)
  8. Intonation (falling/rising tones- when our voice goes up or down)
  9. Phoneme Chart: English Vowel and Consonant Sounds
  10. Fantastic Voyage: Narrated voyage of the throat from the National Center for Voice and Speech
  11. TESL Journals: links page
  12. Speech Accent Archive: Examines the accented speech of speakers of many different languages
  13. TESOL Speech and Pronunciation Interest Section: Discussion of pronunciation issues, information on teaching and resource books plus links to web sites
  14. English-online Pronunciation course: You can study a short course in pronunciation.  There are seventeen units for you to practice minimal pairs.  Each unit has four parts.
  15. Ship or Sheep: There are 29 units for pronunciation practice organised by minimal pairs at this site. It also links through to British vowel pronunciation. You can listen and repeat what you hear.

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4th October 2011