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Spoken & prounuciation lesson 16

  1. 1. LODESTAR INSTITUTE Spoken & Pronunciation Course 249 Part 01 Pronunciation skills Lesson 1.1 Assimilation (mwÜ) D”Pvi‡Yi myweavi Rb¨, cvkvcvwk `ywU aŸwbi GK aŸwb‡Z i“cvš—wiZ nIqv, GKwU aŸwbi cÖfv‡e AciwUi iƒc e`j, wKsev aŸwbi †jvc BZ¨vw` cÖwµqv‡KB Assimilation ev mwÜ e‡j| ‡hgb: e` + RvZ = e¾vZ| 1.  nq, hw` ciewZ© k‡ãi cÖ_‡g  ev _v‡K| Best man   That boy   That pen   2.  nq, hw` ciewZ© k‡ãi cÖ_‡g  ev _v‡K| Good morning   Good bye   Bad pain   3.  nq, hw` ciewZ© k‡ãi cÖ_‡g _v‡K| Give me   Have more   4.  nq, hw` ciewZ© k‡ãi cÖ_‡g  ev _v‡K| Open market   American plan   Open book  
  2. 2. LODESTAR INSTITUTE Spoken & Pronunciation Course 250 5.  nq, hw` ciewZ© k‡ãi cÖ_‡g ev _v‡K| That cake   Short cut   Fat girl   6.  nq, hw` ciewZ© k‡ãi cÖ_‡g  ev _v‡K| Hard cash   Hard copy   Bad girl   7.  nq, hw` ciewZ© k‡ãi cÖ_‡g ev _v‡K| Action group   8.  nq, hw` ciewZ© k‡ãi cÖ_‡g ev _v‡K| Dress shop   Nice shoes   9.  nq, hw` ciewZ© k‡ãi cÖ_‡g ev _v‡K| Cheese shop   Rose show   10.  nq, hw` ciewZ© k‡ãi cÖ_‡g _v‡K| Birth certificate   Both sides  
  3. 3. LODESTAR INSTITUTE Spoken & Pronunciation Course 251 LESSON – 3 MY DREAM JOB Dr. Mahathir bin Mohammad Detailed Info Tajriyaan says: My dream is to find a leader like Dr. Mahatir Mohammad who will make our dream come true. Sumaiya says: I have always wanted to become a doctor. Activity1: Write on Dr. Mahathir’s wall Dr. Mahathir Mohammad, A physician by profession is an icon of a successful statesman who has transformed Malaysia into an advanced economic power in Southeast Asia. Does Dr. Mahathir Mohammad’s life attract you? Why? Write on Dr. Mahathir’s wall: About Me: Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad was the fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia. During his term in office, he was credited for engineering Malaysia's rapid modernization and promoting non individualistic "Asian values. During this administration, he is considered as one of Asia's most influential leaders as well as among developing nations and non-aligned movement. Mahathir is also noted in the Western world as an outspoken critic of Western civilization. From: Wikipedia
  4. 4. LODESTAR INSTITUTE Spoken & Pronunciation Course 252 Activity 3: Pair work My Dream job: Speaking drill Direction: You are going to be given a list of 8 occupations. You have to rank them with regard to their roles in the society and in which you show how important you think each job should be. Now the teacher should form group according to the choice of the top 5 professions ranked by popular votes. Now the groups will engage in a debate narrating the importance and roles of their top choice and revealing the negative roles of the other professions in realistic reference. This will unplug a very interactive and vibrant discussion among the groups. The ranking of the job according to importance allotted to them by individual students may differ widely and they should clarify through arguments while their turn to speak comes up.  Policeman  lawyer  Journalist  Politician  Teacher  Engineer  Farmer  Doctor  Businessman  Lobourer  BCS Cadre  Banker Activity 4: Individual Task Work and Study Think and answer the following questions. The teacher will ask 'the students individually to answer the question listed above to stimulate a discussion on their career and ambition.  What’s your dream job?  Why have you chosen to become a ………..?  What motivation?  Whose inspiration?  What dream would you realize?  Do you look forward to pursue higher studies?  Where and on what?  Would you prefer to settle abroad after finishing your studies?  Would you come back home to serve the nation? Give honest and logical opinion.
  5. 5. LODESTAR INSTITUTE Spoken & Pronunciation Course 253 Part 03 Practical Session Lesson 3.1 Speech Demonstration Skills (Cue Cards) Choose your topic and have preparation for five minutes and then deliver your speech in front of audience. (3 minutes each) English Language What to say How to say (key words)  What is the importance of English Language?  What are the applications of English Language in your country?  Describe your first English Language class?  ...............................................................  ...............................................................  ...............................................................  ............................................................... Restaurant What to say How to say (key words)  Which is your favourite restaurant?  What is the specialty of that place?  How often do you go there?  With whom do you like to go?  ...............................................................  ...............................................................  ...............................................................  ............................................................... Food What to say How to say (key words)  What type of food do you like?  Why do you like this type of food?  Can you cook these foods?  What is the difference between Bangladeshi food and fast food?  ...............................................................  ...............................................................  ...............................................................  ............................................................... Lgic Presentation Students should not be given mobile phone For Against (i) Wasting time (ii) Negative impact of satellite channel (iii) Losing cultural and social values (iv) Frustrative program (v) Lack of constructive and educative program (i) Great gift of science and technology (ii) Chance to be updated and modernized (iii) Global connection and cultural interaction (iv) Huge facilities to acquire knowledge (v) Raise consciousness
  6. 6. LODESTAR INSTITUTE Spoken & Pronunciation Course 254 Part 04 Additional study materials (Not for Class) Lesson 1.1 1.1 Vocabulary chorus from flash card : (oral test) No. Words/Expressions Pronunciation Meaning Translate into English (oral) 01. Blacken one’s reputation - Kv‡iv myL¨vwZ bó Kiv/ Kjw¼Z Kiv Zviv Avgvi gyL¨vwZ bó Kivi †Póv K‡i‡Q| 02. Commit a blunder - ¸i“Zi fyj Kiv 03. Brittle friendship - f½yi eÜzZ¡ f½yi eÜz‡Z¡ Avwg wek¦vm Kwi bv 04. Credulously - mij wek¦vm 05. A deliberate insult wWÕwjeivU B”QvK…Z Acgvb 06. Deliberatly (adj.) - D‡Ïk¨ cÖ‡Yvw`Zfv‡e Lesson 1.2 1.2 Vocabulary chorus from flash card : (oral test) No. Words/Expressions Meaning Translate into English (oral) 01. Sense of time (mgqÁvb) 02. Sense of beauty (†mŠ›`h© Ávb) 03. Sense of duty (`vwqZ¡Ávb) 04. Sense of humour (iwmKZv †eva) 05. Sense of self-respect (AvZ¥m¤§vbÁvb) 06. Devotion to duty (KZ©e¨wbôv) 07. Struggle for existence (Rxeb msMÖvg) 08. Regard for truth (mZ¨wbôv) 09. Tears of joy (Avb›`vkÖ“) 10. Slip of the pen (†jLvi fyj) 11. Slip of the tounge (ejvi fyj) Wife’s apron (¯¿xi GKvš— AbyMZ) Shed blood (i³ Siv‡bv) People’s upsurge (MY‡Rvqvi) Reputation (L¨vwZ) Place wreath (cy®úgvj¨ Ac©b Kiv) Offer Fateha (dv‡Znv cvV Kiv) Eternal peace (¯’vqx kvwš—) Ephemeral happiness (¶Y¯’vqx myL) Departed soul (we‡`nx AvZ¥v) In memory of (¯§i‡Y) Supreme sacrifice (gnvb Z¨vM) Pend (Sz‡j _vKv) Reiterate (cybe©¨³ Kiv) Commitment (A½xKvi) In due time (h_v mg‡q) Courtesy call (†mŠRb¨ mv¶vr) Pay courtesy call (†mŠRb¨ mv¶vr Kiv) Bonafide leader (†`k‡cÖwgK †bZv) Succession (DËivwaKvi) Multiparty democracy (eû`jxq MYZš¿) Smooth delivery of justice (myôy wePvi Kiv)
  7. 7. LODESTAR INSTITUTE Spoken & Pronunciation Course 255 Part 03 Practical Session Additional Practice Materials Practise and be fluent Close friend: What to say How to say a. When did you meet him/her? b. What do you do when you are together? c. What kind of responsibilities does your friend have towards other friends? Garden: What to say How to say a. Describe a garden you often visit? b. Why do you like to go there? c. With whom do you go? d. What is the importance of that garden? House: What to say How to say a. Do you live in a house or an apartment? b. What are the things you have outside/around your house? c. What do you have inside your house? d. Do you like to stay in your house? e. Why? Describe a job that you would like to do in the future, You should say: What to say How to say a. Why you are attracted to this job? b. how much training, if any, would be necessary c. what kind of personal qualities it would require Describe your ideal study room. You should say: What to say How to say a. where it would be b. what equipment and furniture it would contain c. how it would be decorated
  8. 8. LODESTAR INSTITUTE Spoken & Pronunciation Course 256 Competition: What type of competition do you see in your country - What to say How to say a. Is it necessary in life? b. What are the advantages of competition? c. What are the disadvantages? Future residence: What to say How to say a. Which area should be appropriate for your house? b. What should be the external conditions? c. What be should be the internal conditions? A positive change in your life: What to say How to say a. What is the change? b. When did the change occur? c. What was the after effect in your life? Advertisement: What to say How to say a. Which is your favorite advertisement? b. Why is it you favourite? c. What is the lesson you got from the advertisement? d. What makes it memorable to you?
  9. 9. LODESTAR INSTITUTE Spoken & Pronunciation Course 257 Lesson 3.1 TV is bad for young people TV is bad TV is not bad (i) Wasting time (ii) Negative impact of satellite channel (iii) Losing cultural and social values (iv) Frustrate program (v) Lack of constructive and educative program (i) Great gift of science and technology (ii) Chance to be updated and modernized (iii) Global connection and cultural interaction (iv) Huge facilities to acquire knowledge (v) Raise consciousness Part 03 Practical Session Lesson 3.1 Logic Presentation Skill Settle marriage is better than love marriage. Settle Marriage Love Marriage  Socially appreciated (mvgvwRKfv‡e cÖkswmZ)  No family problem  Good relationship between two families  Family support  Right choice  Good understanding  Mutual cooperation  Family feud  Social scandal  Real practice of love

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