茶叶部落的孩子们看过来咯 咳咳 社长有好资源要分享哟~

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茶叶部落的孩子们看过来咯 咳咳 社长有好资源要分享哟~ 

以下为社长在网上搜集到一篇非常实用的短文可以极大地帮助你们提高你们的发音完整度和音准为什么说它实用呢?


这里我就要跟大家分享一点小tips了,我们说英语的语音都是由各种不同的音素进过一系列的组合和音变产生的也就是说单个音素和其他音素拼接在一起会按照一定规律音变,咳咳 不过这个不是我今天要说的重点啦 233333

(同学a:社长这个逗比~)

 随着你们对语音理解的进一步加深以后自然而然就知道是怎么回事了,所以今天暂不做深入讨论

今天要说的重点就是单个的音素 有同学说为什么劳资明明模仿的很用力了,喉咙都来*大姨妈了*听起来还是标准的中国口音而发不出来录音里那么特征明显的美/英音呢

这就关系到单个音素的发音是否标准的问题了,因为母语的差异,童鞋们往往听起来某个单词的音素很像母语某个音素的发音 但是事实上 大体上的不是很明显的区别会导致你感觉明明说的很标准了 每个单词听起来也是对的 将一个个单词串成句子的时候却不是那么的有明显的西方人口音的特征 并且由于习惯性的迁移 可能你们觉得这个单词里头的音素发音就是母语里的我们所习惯的发音 所以呢 咳咳 理所当然地 你们会感觉无论再怎么模仿也是满满的国际标准中音味。


所以改变自己发音的第一步不是一味的区模仿而是认清楚母语和非母语的音素区别 然后调整你的舌味使它满足发出每个细节的条件哦 这里就是为什么单个的因素很重要啦 尤其对我们中国的孩子们 元音音素会是最似是而非的地方(也就是最难发出细节的啦)

同学b:社长你好扯淡 讲了这么多跟主题有个毛线关系 我记得你一开始是要说文章为什么实用把~~  

哦,是哦 不扯偏了 来让我们回归主题 ¥¥¥¥¥ 这篇短文呢虽然很短 但是却包含了绝大部分元音音素 也就是克服中国口音的神器啦 所以呢 社长不保证你们能搞定这篇文章之后马上拥有一口完美口音 但是却能帮你日后的语音打好基础哦 小伙伴们快点燥起来吧~  另外 需要说明的是这篇文章跟美/英发音无关哦 只需要按照各自口音的音素练习就行了



COMMA GETS A CURE


Well, here's a story for you: Sarah Perry was a veterinary nurse who had

been working daily at an old zoo in a deserted district of the territory, so she

was very happy to start a new job at a superb private practice in North

Square near the Duke Street Tower. That area was much nearer for her and

more to her liking. Even so, on her first morning, she felt stressed. She ate a

bowl of porridge, checked herself in the mirror and washed her face in a

hurry. Then she put on a plain yellow dress and a fleece jacket, picked up

her kit and headed for work.

When she got there, there was a woman with a goose waiting for her. The

woman gave Sarah an official letter from the vet. The letter implied that the

animal could be suffering from a rare form of foot and mouth disease, which

was surprising, because normally you would only expect to see it in a dog or

a goat. Sarah was sentimental, so this made her feel sorry for the beautiful

bird.

Before long, that itchy goose began to strut around the office like a lunatic,

which made an unsanitary mess. The goose's owner, Mary Harrison, kept

calling, "Comma, Comma," which Sarah thought was an odd choice for a

name. Comma was strong and huge, so it would take some force to trap her,

but Sarah had a different idea. First she tried gently stroking the goose's

lower back with her palm, then singing a tune to her. Finally, she

administered ether. Her efforts were not futile. In no time, the goose began

to tire, so Sarah was able to hold onto Comma and give her a relaxing bath.

Once Sarah had managed to bathe the goose, she wiped her off with a cloth

and laid her on her right side. Then Sarah confirmed the vet’s diagnosis.

Almost immediately, she remembered an effective treatment that required

her to measure out a lot of medicine. Sarah warned that this course of

treatment might be expensive—either five or six times the cost of penicillin.

I can’t imagine paying so much, but Mrs. Harrison—a millionaire lawyer—

thought it was a fair price for a cure.



Copyright@:      Comma Gets a Cure and derivative works may be used freely for any purpose without special permission,provided the present sentence and the following copyright notification accompany the passage in print, if reproduced in print, and in audio format in the case of a sound recording: Copyright 2000 Douglas N. Honorof, Jill McCullough & Barbara Somerville. All rights reserved.


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