Учебное пособие по практической фонетике английского языка "english sounds and intonation" для студентов I и II курсов


Lesson 12. Consonants in comparison



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Lesson 12.

Consonants in comparison:

[θ] and [ð]

Exercise 1. Say [θ] and [ð]. Listen, and practise.



THЕ BLYTHE FAMILY

J
ohn Blythe is thirteen. His brother Timothy is fifteen. Their sister Heather is eleven. Their mother and father come from Northern Ireland, but the children were all born in London. Their mother is called Thelma and she is 38. Their father’s name is Matthew, and he is 39.
Exercise 2 a. Listen to Judith Smith. Look at her family tree, below. Write in the names and ages of the people in her family.

T
HE SMITH FAMILY
2 b. Make true sentences about Judith and her family.

Lesson 13.

Consonant clusters 1- beginning of words

Exercise 1 a. Say clusters with / p, b, t, d, k, g/ followed by /w, r, l, j/. Listen, and practise this conversation.

A: Excuse me, is this the Bladon train?

B: No, I'm afraid you've just missed the Bladon train. It went at 12.03.

A: But it's only twelve o'clock now. Look at the clock.

B: No, that clock's three minutes slow.



Exercise 1 b. Make similar conversations about the trains shown in the table below.

Destination

Platform

Time

BRADFORD

6

12:15

PRESTON

4

12:20

GLASGOW

2

12:25

GRANTHAM

3

12:50

Exercise 3. Listen, and practise these conversations.

A: I've got a job with the BBC.

B: The British Broadcasting Corporation?

A: No, the Brighton Brush Company.

A: I didn't sleep very well last night.



B: Was your brain full of brilliant ideas?

A: No, there were breadcrumbs in the blankets.

Exercise 4. Listen, and practise this conversation.

A: Splendid cricket match!

B: Who won?

A: We did! Shropshire needed three runs to win. Shrimpton hit the ball. Fletcher tried to catch it, but it slipped through his fingers.

B: Oh, no! So Shrimpton got his three runs, I suppose.

A: No, Thrush was just behind Fletcher. He flung himself forward ...

B: And he caught the ball?

A: No, but he picked up, and threw it, and Shrimpton was out!

B: What a thrilling ending!

Lesson 14.

Consonant clusters 2- end and middle of words

Exercise 1. Say past tenses. Listen, and repeat these verbs.



1

dragged

escaped

grabbed

locked

opened

robbed




rushed

unlocked













2

cracked

dropped

helped

jumped

knocked

smashed




wiped
















Exercise 2. Use the verbs to fill the gaps in the stories below. Practise them. Listen and check.

1 Three masked men ____________ the City Bank yesterday. When the doors were____________, they ____________ in. They ____________ the manager, and ____________ him into the strongroom. They ____________ the safe with his keys. Then they ____________ the manager in, and ____________ with ₤30,000.

2 When I ____________ at the door, he ____________, and ____________ three eggs on the floor. Of course, they ____________. I ____________ him as he ____________ up the mess. His glasses fell on the floor. The glass ____________.

Exercise 3 a. Say [t] or [d] followed by [n]. Listen, and practise this conversation in a department store. Notice the intonation of A’s polite phrases.



A: Excise me, I’m looking for some sewing cotton.

B: Pardon?

A: I’m looking for some sewing cotton. Can you tell me which department I need?

B: I’m not certain.



A: Well, is it Fashion or Haberdashery?

B: I don’t know. You’d better ask an assistant.



A: I beg your pardon. I thought you were an assistant.

Exercise 3 b. Make similar conversations, using the Store Directory below. Ask for these things.

curtains wooden bowls garden furniture buttons
























Ground floor







Basement







Fashion







Kitchenware







Haberdashery







Furniture







Soft Furnishing







Garden Equipment




Exercise 4 a. Say [t] or [d] followed by [l]. Listen and read out this notice.

RAFFLE - prizes to be won - big and little!

an electric kettle, a bottle of wine, an atlas, a Victorian medal,

a pair of headlights, a packet of needles,

a jar of dried rose petals, a model of the Channel Tunnel



Exercise 4 b . Which things would you like to win? Which would you not like? List them in order of preference. Read out your list.

Exercise 5. Say longer clusters of consonants. Listen, and practise.





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