Internet Resources for Pronunciation Practice

 

 

1.   www.bartleby.com/61/   (American Heritage Dictionary) Good for key word list

      dictionary symbols.   

 

2.   www.m-w.com/   (Merriam-Webster Dictionary) Good for listening to pronunciation

      of key words.

 

3.   http://international.ouc.bc.ca/pronunciation/  Individual sounds, minimal pair words   

      (example:  cap/cab), tongue twisters, and dictation.

 

4.   www.uiowa.edu/~acadtech/phonetics  Individual speech sounds similar to

      “Pronunciation Power.”

 

5.   www.soundsofenglish.org/pronunciation/index.htm  Minimal word pairs, syllable

      stress, intonation.

 

6.  www.eleaston.com/pronunciation   Minimal word pairs, ‘s and ‘ed ending practice,

     syllable stress.

 

7.   www.marlodge.supanet.com/wordlist/index.html  Charts with hundreds of minimal

      pairs.  Click on minimal pair intersection to practice list of words.  No audio.

 

8.   www.eslstation.net/quia-pron-activities.htm  Syllable stress practice