Critical Vowel Sounds

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Critical Vowel Sounds

  1. 1. Critical Vowel Sounds
  2. 2. A. Schwa Sound
  3. 3. Initial Medial Final about facade comma across character idea abandon correct cinema enough porous anaesthesia establish volunteer arena
  4. 4. • about your character • across the arena • abandon the idea • enough data • volunteer for the occasion
  5. 5. • The screening committee asked me about your character. • The bull chased the matador across the arena. • It is impossible for us to abandon the whole idea. • Have you gathered enough data for your paper? • Only a handful of volunteer helped.
  6. 6. B. /æ/ /ä/
  7. 7. /æ/ /ä/ /æ/ /ä/ add odd lack lock cad cod hack hock gnat not back bock smack smock sack sock chap chop knack knock
  8. 8. • a black cat • on my block • her watch • in a pawnshop • a hack writer
  9. 9. • A black cat prowls on my block every night. • That cat sleeps on a cot. • My landlady hocked her watch. • She hocked her watch in a pawnshop. • He’s a hack writer.
  10. 10. C. /æ/ /e/
  11. 11. /æ/ /e/ /æ/ /e/ add Ed mat met pan pen lad led had head sat set man men flash flesh sad said latter letter
  12. 12. • needs a pen • not a pan • at bat • he looks • a good bet
  13. 13. • I beg you to return my bag. • Baby Beth enjoys taking a bath. • I expect to get a letter in the latter part of the month. • Ben favors the ban on smut films. • I bet you cannot carry a bat.
  14. 14. D. /i/ /I/
  15. 15. /i/ /I/ /i/ /I/ deed did reap rip heat hit dean din eat it peak pick reach rich leave live least list sheep ship
  16. 16. • dean of women • took a dip • look at the chick • deep part of the pool • leave your seat • stand the dean • sit down • pecked her cheek • take a deem view
  17. 17. • The dean of women can’t stand the din in the hallway. • He took a dip in the deep part of the pool. • She was looking closely at the chick when it pecked her cheek. • People deem it wise to take a dim view of politicians’ promises. • Sit down! Do not leave your seat until I come back.
  18. 18. E. /e/ /I/
  19. 19. /e/ /I/ /e/ /I/ bed bid etch itch send sinned pen pin wet wit sense since red rid led lid bet bit peck pick
  20. 20. • hid the pen • sit on the bed • bring the bell • will make a well • sex pills
  21. 21. • I hid the pen, not the pin. • Set the table and sit down. • Bring the bell, not the bill. • When will you feel well? • Did you say six pills or sex pills?
  22. 22. F. /U/ /u/
  23. 23. /U/ /u/ /U/ /u/ cooed could Luke look fool full suit soot pool pull wooed would stewed stood shoot shook shooed should who’d hood
  24. 24. • pull him up • out of the pool • a blue suit • soot on the sleeve • book on the hood
  25. 25. • Pull him out of the pool. • Put on your blue shirt. • There’s a soot on the sleeve of your suit. • There’s a book on the hood of your car. • Who’d think of putting the car on the site.
  26. 26. G. /ȯ/ /ō/
  27. 27. /ȯ/ /ō/ /ȯ/ /ō/ ought oat gall goal awed owed haul hole off oaf law low often open raw row gnaw know ball coach
  28. 28. • am certainly awed • tell that oaf • often paraded in open cars • low marks in his class • a big hole in that net
  29. 29. • I was awed when I learned how much he owed the bank. • Tell that big oaf to get off the bike immediately. • He got very low marks in his law class. • How can you haul a fish in a net with a big hole.
  30. 30. H. /ə/ /ä/
  31. 31. /ə/ /ä/ /ə/ /ä/ bird bard curve carve burn barn fur far turn tarn firm farm lurk lark hurt heart curt cart purse parse
  32. 32. • like a bird • a burn beside the barn • curt answer • a hard time • fur coat
  33. 33. • The English bard sang an old song like a bird. • There’s a burn beside a barn in our farm. • The bout driving the car gave curt answers. • He heard you had a hard time in summer camp. • A mink coat is far more expensive than any other fur coat.
  34. 34. I. /ei/ /e/
  35. 35. /ei/ /e/ /ei/ /e/ late let rake wreck braid bread mate met blade bled tale tell quail quell shade shed waste west gate get
  36. 36. • the late students • bled to death • tool shed in the shade • tell a terrifying tale • left at the gate
  37. 37. • Let all the late students in. • He bled to death after he cut his wrist with a razor blade. • Let’s build a tool shed in the shade. • Tell us a terrifying tale. • Did you get the package the mailman left at the gate?
  38. 38. Quiz # 3 • Observing the correct pronunciation of Critical Vowels, make a 1 minute radio advertisement for FEU-East Asia College or a technology product, or a food product.
  39. 39. TO: feueacmrq@yahoo.com SUBJECT: Surname Critical Vowel MESSAGE: Commercial Speil DEADLINE OF SUBMISSION: OCTOBER 14, 2013 12:00am.
  40. 40. References: • Concepcion, P.G., E.M. De La Cruz and L.P. Enriquez. (1994). Speech Communication for Filipinos. Manila: Rex Bookstore, Inc. • http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/activities/ phonemic-chart • http://www.yorku.ca/earmstro/ipa/vowels.ht ml

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