English for Academic Study: Pronunciation English for academic
study: Pronunciation is for students who need to communicate
clearly and effectively in an academic environment in the medium of
English. The aim of the course is to help students develop their
pronunciation in English to a level that enables the listener to
understand them with ease. The course provides students with
structured patterns of English that will lead them step-by-step
towards this goal. During the course, students will also learn the
phonemic alphabet; this will remain a useful aid to accurate
pronunciation throughout their studies. Care has been taken to
ensure that the vocabulary focused on in this course is relevant to
both academic study and the general needs of the student. The
examples and exercises are based on words from the General Service
List (GSL) and the Academic Word List (AWL). The 2009 edition of
EAS Pronunciation has been fully revised for ease of use. As well
as a new format, the Study Book also comes with a book map, unit
summaries and a comprehensive glossary of terms. A dedicated
website, www.englishforacademicstudy.com, offers further teacher
resources. This book can be used in conjunction with the following
books in the English for academic study series, also published by
Garnet Education: EAS Reading, EAS Writing, EAS Extended Writing
& Research Skills, EAS Listening, EAS Speaking and EAS
Vocabulary. Key Features * Pronunciation of individual sounds *
Syllables and word stress * Understanding word stress patterns *
Sentence stress and speaker choice * Sounds in connected speech
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||English for Academic Study S.
• Jonathan Smith
||297 x 210 x 5mm (L x W x T)
||Revised student ed.
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