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Task 7_Recording

1. Reading
/wɛn ju wɜr bɔrn, ju wɜr nɑt ˈeɪbəl tu kəmˈjunəˌkeɪt
wɪθ ði əˈdʌlts əˈraʊnd ju baɪ ˈjuzɪŋ ˈlæŋgwəʤ. bʌt baɪ
ðə taɪm ju wɜr faɪv ɔr sɪks, ju wɜr ˈeɪbəl tu prəˈdus
ˈsɛntənsəz, meɪk ʤoʊks, æsk ˈkwɛsʧənz, ænd soʊ ɔn.
ɪn ʃɔrt, ju hæd bɪˈkʌm ə ˈfluənt ˈneɪtɪvˈspikər. ˈdjʊrɪŋ
ðoʊz fɜrst fju jərz ʌv jʊər laɪf, ju əˈkjumjəˌleɪtɪd ə waɪd
reɪnʤ ʌv ˈnɑləʤ əˈbaʊt æt list wʌn ˈlæŋgwəʤ,
ˈprɑbəbliwɪθ ˈvɛri ˈlɪtəl ˈkɑnʃəs ˈɛfərt. ɪf ju ˈstʌdid ə
ˈfɔrən ˈlæŋgwəʤ ˈleɪtər ɔn, ɪts ˈlaɪkli ðæt ju dɪˈskʌvərd
ðæt ɪt wʌz nɑt ˈnɪrli æz ˈizi./
2. Minimal Pairs
sit seat
desk disk
wet wait
bat but
so saw
not note
bad bed
fast first
desk disk
berry very
buy pie
thin thing
alive arrive
catch cat
sea she
fan van
fat hat
free three
sink think
with whizz
page pays
bad badge
fast past
came game
two do
back bag
am an
hat had
3. Intonation
Statements with one stress
I \know.
We \laughed.
It \stopped.
Statements with two stresses
'Anna works.
'Time \flies.
'Lena is my \daughter.
Statements with three stresses
'Peter 'doesn't \live here.
'Lena 'wasn't in\vited.
'Bats are 'not \birds.
Statements with four stresses
She 'wants to 'buy a 'new \car.
He 'wrote the 'letters 'very \quickly.
The 'teacher 'told her 'students a \story.
Statements with five stresses
Ma'ria 'wants to 'buy a 'new \car.
My 'friends 'play 'tennis 'every \Saturday.
I 'think the 'first 'question is 'very \easy.
Special questions: Falling intonation
'What is his \name?
'Where does he \live?
'When did you \call him?
Friendly interest, politeness: Rising intonation
'Where have you /been?
'What are you /reading?
'When is your /birthday?
General questions: Rising intonation
Do you 'visit them /often?
Have you 'seen my /keys?
Are you 'ready to /start?
Requests: Rising intonation
Could you 'give me a /pen, please?
Could you 'open the /window, please?
Would you 'mind /helping me?
Alternative questions: Rising and falling intonation
Do you 'want /coffee or \tea?
Does he 'speak /English or \German?
Would you 'like /coffee or \tea?
Tag questions: Falling or rising intonation
It's a 'beautiful \town, \isn't it?
She \knows him, /doesn't she?
'Nice \weather, \isn't it?
Commands: Falling intonation
\Stop it! 'Sit \down.
'Close your \books.
'Tell me the \truth.
Requests: Rising intonation
'Come \in, /please.
'Come \here, /please.
'Sit \down, /please.
Exclamatory sentences: Falling intonation
'What a 'wonderful \present!
'How 'beautiful her \voice is!
'That's a \lie!
Direct address: Rising intonation
/Peter, can you /help me?
'Mrs. /Smith, 'this is 'Mary \Brown.
/Ella, can you /help me?
Enumerating: Rising intonation
/One, /two, /three, /four, \five.
She 'bought /bread, /cheese, /oranges, and \apples.
I 'saw /Tom, /Mary, /Anna, and \Victor.
Responses
\Certainly.
Of \course.
You are \welcome.

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