Pronunciation Tips- A Guide to Better Speaking




English Conversation

English for Hotels and Resorts

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About Pronunciation Tips



Below is a list of the topics that are covered in this site. Just click on the link and go to that page. Each page will have examples of correct pronunciation of the topic chosen. 





Do you need lesson plans for the hotel industry? Then this book is for you.



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An English language site for students and teachers in the

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Teach English Phuket

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of EFL related sites including job listings, teacher resources and  lesson plans, TESOL Training, and more


Consonant Pronunciation   




There are 25 consonant sounds in the English language. Consonants also have symbols that represent their sounds. Most of the symbols are the letters that represent the sound, however there are a few exceptions.


          The letter c can sound like an 's' or a 'k'.


          The letter g can sound like a 'j', in addition to the harder 'g' sound.


          Five sounds are represented by two letters- these are ch, sh, zh, and th.


          'th' has two sounds- one voiced and one voiceless.



Click on the links below for other consonant sounds





















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