Pronunciation

This is from a learner at The Linguist

To learn better at The Linguist, I always explore ways to improve my English.

This week I practiced in the Pronounce section, which I hardly used in the past. I never learned phonetic symbols, so I did not think that I could work in the Pronounce section. After trying to practice in that section. however, I found that I need not know much about phonetic symbols, and the section even helped me start learning phonetic symbols.

The word pronunciation section provides vowel and consonant sounds. In this section, I do not see any of the complicated theory taught in pronunciation books. I just see some short words having the same vowels or consonants. Beginners like me can refine our pronunciation easily by pronouncing the words with the original voice at the same time and recording our own voice.

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