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Rhythm through Rhymes - English Pronunciation
Levels: intermediate to advanced.
Topic: Use of nursery rhymes to develop sense of RHYTHM.
Part 1 of two parts.
Rhythm through Rhymes - English Pronunciation
Levels: intermediate to advanced.
Topic: Use of nursery rhymes to develop sense of RHYTHM.
Part 2 of two parts.



Non-rhyming words to learn American English pronunciation
ESL/EFL students can learn a lot about English pronunciation by studying words that rhyme as well as words that appear to rhyme, but don't. Vowel sounds in particular cause pronunciation confusion due to multiple sounds that use a single pronunciation. For example, the words boot and foot do not rhyme, yet the words foot and put do rhyme, despite different spellings.


 

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