Published on 11 November 2022
Just as you can't get fit by doing a single press-up, you can't develop good pronunciation without lots of practice.
Clear Pronunciation 1 helps learners recognize and pronounce the 43 sounds of English: vowels, consonants and diphthongs. Students learn by watching videos, working with audio clips and by recording and listening to their own voice, using the integrated Recorder. Learners also meet the target sounds in real-world contexts, listening to a range of different accents, just as they will in real life. They learn to use the IPA, and to recognize and produce phonemic transcriptions — a vital vocab skill.
Clear Pronunciation 2 focuses on the features of natural, fluent speech: word and sentence stress, consonant clusters, connected speech and intonation. Choose from three models: Australian, British or North American English.
Practical Writing is for students who need to use written English both in their studies and in their personal life. Whether they are writing a descriptive essay for their teacher or sending a message to a friend, Practical Writing helps them structure their message, select the right vocabulary and choose the most appropriate style.
For more information or to give it a try, go to Language Learning.