Sounds & Spelling

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1. “Pizza for dinner” /i:/ and /ɪ/

/i:/ A piece of pizza, please.

/ɪ/ Dinner in the kitchen.

2. “A spoonful of sugar” /u:/ and /ʊ/

/u:/ Work in groups.

/ʊ/ Who’s that woman?

3. “Father and mother” /ɑ:/ and /ʌ/

/ɑ:/ We went to a large bar full of film stars.

/ʌ/ My brother’s studying in London.

4. “A dog in the corner” /ɒ/ and /ɔ:/

/ɒ/ She said the coffee wasn’t very good, but I thought it was.

/ɔ:/ the fourth door on the fourth floor.

5. “Bread and jam” /e/ and /æ/

/e/ Send me a cheque.

/æ/ Where’s my black jacket?

6. “My birthday’s on Thursday” /ɜ:/

/ɜ:/ That was the worst journey in the world!

7. “Here and there” /ɪə/ and /eə/

/ɪə/ Is there a bank near here?

/eə/ Up there, in the air, of course!

8. “Have a great time” /eɪ/, /aɪ/ and /ɔɪ/

/eɪ/ Wait at the gate – I’ll be there at eight.

/aɪ/ Do you like dry wine?

/aɪ/ Those are coins, not toys!

9. “Old Town” /əʊ/ and /aʊ/

/əʊ/ They showed us their home.

/aʊ/ A thousand pounds.

10. “Pack your bags” /p/ and /b/

/p/ A cheap trip round Europe.

/b/ It’s better to bake your own bread than to buy it.

11. “Twenty days” /t/ and /d/

/t/ Turn on the light.

/d/ The end of the road.

12. “Cats and dogs” /k/ and /g/

/k/ Keep your keys in your pocket.

/g/ Can you guess the beginning of the dialogue?

13. “November the first” /f/ and /v/

/f/ When I asked for her autograph she just laughed.

/v/ Stephen lives in a village.

14. “Both together” /θ/ and /ð/

/θ/ One third is thirty-three per cent, isn’t it?

/ð/ No, the others, over there.

15. “It’s the wrong size, isn’t it?” /s/ and /z/

/s/ My science lessons were the most interesting.

/z/ Roses are my favourite flowers.

16. “Fresh fish, usually” /ʃ/ and /ʒ/

/ʃ/ This is a very special pronunciation machine.

/ʒ/ Yes … but only on television, usually!

17. “Chips and juice” /ʧ/ and /ʤ/

/ʧ/ The picture in the kitchen us by a Czech artist.

/ʤ/ Languages are a bridge between people.

18. “My hungry uncle” /m/, /n/ and /ŋ/

/m/ In the middle of the film.

/n/ A sunny afternoon.

/ŋ/ A long evening singing songs.

19. “How many hours?” /h/

/h/ We had a whole month’s holiday?

20. “That’s life!” /l/

/l/ Look at those lovely little yellow flowers.

21. “What terrible weather” /r/

/r/ I’m really sorry – your room isn’t ready.

22. “What’s the news?” /w/ and /j/

/w/ Where will you be waiting?

/j/ I usually walk to work but I used the car yesterday.

23. /s/ at the beginning of words

sp: How do you spell it?

st: Where shall I stand?

sw: Can you swim?

str (1): I’m a stranger here.

str (2): A job with a lot of stress.

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