Phonetic text makes teaching English pronunciation much
easier and far more effective.
Try it and see. Make the transition from anecdotal to
Here are two free downloads featuring phonetic text
These are PDF documents formatted for use with a projector in
the classroom. They are also suitable for direct use on phone
This is a publication in PDF format that explains how English
verbs are conjugated. It is 105 pages long and contains four
examples of every tense combination, in both conventional and
phonetic text. It notably contains a complete list of the
irregular verbs, and a clear explanation of the difference
between perfect and simple tenses (like "I saw" and "I have
seen"). Download it
This is a publication that contains a series of dialogues in phonetic text for classroom use with a projector. Have the students read the dialogues, to get them to pronounce them accurately. Then have them write the dialogues down. Download itNote: This download contains only the dialogues of the first two chapters of the book. The remaining chapters and the associated notes in English and French are available as part of my webcam support.
Webcam supportClearly, you cannot really learn pronunciation or even use phonetic text properly without some guidance. I provide free explanations and paid learning sessions which can be booked here. Webcam support
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