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Rules of Pronunciation for the English Language
Rules of Pronunciation for the English LanguageIt is a generally recognized fact that the English language presents far greater difficulties with regard to its pronunciation than any other European language. This does not mean that foreigners find it partic' ularly hard to acquire a correct pronunciation ofthe various speech sounds of which English is made up. From this point of view English is not any harder to learn than many other languages.
Modelling British English Intonation
Modelling British English IntonationThe present research sets out to give a melodic description of British English intonation which is so explicit that it can be used for the control of pitch in a speech synthesis system. Intonation is studied in accordance with the principles that have been followed with success in the study of Dutch intonation at the Institute for Perception Research. The description is based on a mixture of acoustic and perceptual analysis of speech samples and, using speech resynthesis as a research tool, any claims made are experimentally verified.
Solutions Upper-Intermediate 3rd edition: Workbook
Solutions Upper-Intermediate 3rd edition: WorkbookThe best-selling course for teenagers is now available in a third edition, providing new and exciting content that is delivered using the successful methodology of the previous Solutions editions.
Solutions third edition offers a brand new comprehensive listening syllabus as well as word skills lessons, allowing students to master key listening sub skills, expand their vocabulary, and become confident communicators.
Solutions turns all students into active learners, by offering a rich variety of learning opportunities for a whole range of abilities through extension and revision activities in all components - giving everyone a sense of achievement whatever their level.
Patterns of English Pronunciation
Patterns of English PronunciationA manual on English pronunciation, its text is organized in three parts. Part one is an introduction of selected features of pitch and stress and an inventory of the vowels and consonants. Part two presents some of the patterns commonly associated with combinations of features of intonation, vowels, and consonants. The final part offers assorted exercises.
Manual of American English Pronunciation
Manual of American English PronunciationDesigned for students of American English who want to improve their pronunciation and reduce their accents. Manual of American English Pronunciation presents an easy-to-follow, complete, and individualized guide. This package can be used with teacher guidance in ESL/EFL classes or as a self-study guide. Clifford H. Prator, Jr. and Betty Wallace Robinett, two world-famous linguists, have combined their considerable expertise and skill to design an Accent Inventory that comprehensively covers all aspects of American English Pronunciation. It is this Inventory that individualizes the text.
Brian Tracy, No Excuses!: The Power of Self-Discipline

Brian Tracy, No Excuses!: The Power of Self-DisciplineBrian Tracy, No Excuses!: The Power of Self-Discipline

Most people think success comes from good luck or enormous talent, but many successful people achieve their accomplishments in a simpler way: through self-discipline. No Excuses! shows you how you can achieve success in all three major areas of your life, including your personal goals, business and money goals, and overall happiness.

Web-Based Learning: Design, Implementation and Evaluation

Web-Based Learning: Design, Implementation and EvaluationWeb-Based Learning: Design, Implementation and Evaluation

This second edition is a practical, easy-to-read resource on web-based learning. The book ably and clearly equips readers with strategies for designing effective online courses, creating communities of web-based learners, and implementing and evaluating based on an instructional design framework. Case example, case studies, and discussion questions extend readers skills, inspire discussion, and encourage readers to explore the trends and issues related to online instructional design and delivery.