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English audio course: Phonetics 2

Introduction
Getting to know each other
Job activities
Alphabet 1
Alphabet 2
Alphabet 3
Alphabet 4
Telephones
Listen hear
Months 1
Months 2
Questions 1
Questions 2
Appointments 1
Appointments 2
Do does 1
Do does 2
Weekdays 1
Weekdays 2
Weekdays 3
Phonetics 1
Phonetics 2
Customers
Phonetics e-a
Office equipment
Don't, doesn't
Phonetics u
Survey scuba
Learning English
Phonetics work walk
Time management
Present simple, present continuous
Many much
Phonetics ou-au
Words with ex
Grammar tenses
Phonetics o
Grammar simple past 1
Grammar simple past 2
Verbs

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And now let's make some sentences again:

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Jill and Bill live in Nashville. Jill lives with Bill in Nashville.
Jill lives with Bill in Nashville in Winter.

OK, that was simple.
Now let's have a look at the long /i:/:

One:
she
meeting
me

She's meeting me.

Two:
he
leading
me

He's leading me.

And now let's compare:

1. ) Tim -- team
Tim is on the team.
The winning team
Tim will be.
On the winning team
Tim will be on the winning team.

2.) these -- this
these sheep -- this ship
I see this ship.
I see these sheep on this ship.

3.) leave -- live
leaving -- living
he's leaving -- he's living.
He's leaving with his parents.
He's living with his parents.

4. bill -- meal
the bill -- the meal
the bill for the meal

please give me
please give me the bill.
Please give me the bill for the meal.

OK, that's it. We think with /I:/ and /i/ you are fit.


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