Listening Material –Liaison-
The purpose of this material is to improve listening proficiency of English learners.
-Must familiar with English education.
-Grouping English liaison patterns.
-Pick up liaison patterns frequently appear in English conversations.
-Cover frequently used liaison patterns in English.
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-Each pattern needs three to five example sentences or phrases.
a consonant + a vowel
1. job interview (jo binterview)
2. Stop it! (Sto pit!)
3. Not again! (No tagain!)
First “t” would be canceled when two consecutive “t” appears.
1. This is the best tea as ever.
2. Earlier registration is welcome.
3. When is the best time for gardening?
4. Which subject is the most tiring?
5. This is the tallest tower in this town.
“d” would be canceled when the next word starts from consonant.
1. Good job!
2. Good boy!
3. Bad boy!
Good afternoon. (Goo daternoon.)
Good evening. (Goo devening.)
“h” would not be pronounced and the next letter would be liaison.
1. I like him. (ai laikim)
2. I like her. (ai laikah)
3. It has long history. (it haz longistori)
1. But I think you are right.
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