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Phonemic Chart

on 2014-01-19, 05:49
We always get lots of questions on pronunciation so let's start by looking at these great tools to help learners practise the sounds of English. Check them out and let us know what you think:

1) Phonemic Chart - to help you recognise the individual sounds of English and practise ones that are difficult for you.


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