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  • 手把手教你学口语01

    Welcome to Daily tips on Learning English. Today's tip is on distinguishing can and cannot in spoken American English.今天我们的主题是can和cannot发音的区别 Cannot is usually contracted to can't. 通常我们在发cannot这个词的时候我...

  • 手把手教你学口语02

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Todays tip is on how to distinguish the numbers 13, 30, 14, 40 ,15, 50,and so on. Theres often a lot of confusion when people use these words. People often have to ask, Did you say 16 or 60? If you look at t...

  • 手把手教你学口语03

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Todays tip is on stressed and unstressed syllables. Every English word has more than one syllable, and every complete sentence has at least one stressed syllable. A stressed syllable is pronounced more promi...

  • 手把手教你学口语04

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Todays tip is on how syllable stress can affect the meaning of words. Remenber that stressed syllables are said louder and are lengthened, and unstressed syllables are pronounced more softly, and often have...

  • 手把手教你学口语05

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Todays tip is on the difference between voiced and voiced pairs of consonants. This difference is important, as it is the basis for learning other aspects of spoken English. First, lets explain this differen...

  • 手把手教你学口语06

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Todays tip is on how different vowel lengths are used to differentiate words ending in voiced and voiceless consonants. Lets take an example. Theres something in my eyes. Theres something in my ice. The last...

  • 手把手教你学口语07

    Welcome to daily tips on learning English. Todays tip is on sound linking. Although in written English, therere spaces between every word, in spoken English therere almost never (1)pauses between words. In order to understand spoken English, it is (2...

  • 手把手教你学口语08

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Todays tip is on sound linking. Remember that although written English has spaces between every word, spoken English doesnt have pauses after every word. As a matter of fact, long strings of words are all li...

  • 手把手教你学口语09

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Todays tip is on sound linking. When certain sounds are linked together, the resulting sound is merely the combination of the two original sounds. For example, one apple is pronounced one-napple, and four ap...

  • 手把手教你学口语10

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Todays tip is on sound linking. When 2 identical or similar consonants are in a row, most sounds are not pronounced. For example, stop Peter. stop ends in the sound p, and Peter begins in the same sound. Tog...

  • 手把手教你学口语11

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Todays tip is to be aware of how some verbs in English, transitive verbs, require an object. Not using an object after a transitive verb is a common mistake made by learners of English. For example, although...

  • 手把手教你学口语12

    Welcome to Daily Tips on Learning English. Todays tip is on using or omitting the English article a correctly.今天的主题是a这个冠词的使用 Theres no single rule that explains how to choose whether you should use a, use the or not use any...

  • 手把手教你学口语13

    Welcome to Daily Tips on learning English. Todays tip is on using the articles a and the correctly. More specifically, todays tip is on the difference between using a or an before a singular countable noun and using the or the(i:) before a singular c...

  • 手把手教你学口语14

    The article the is most frequently used to refer to a previously mentioned object. The use of the indicates that your listener should know which object you are referring to. One reason the listener might know which object you are referring to is that...

  • 手把手教你学口语15

    In general, it is true that content words are stressed whereas function words are not stressed. Content words usually convey the meaning of the sentence. Function words make the sentence grammatically correct. Content words are: nouns, main verbs, ad...

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