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Authors: Munby, Ian
マンビ, イアン
Issue Date: 20-Mar-2006
Publisher: 北海学園大学人文学会
Abstract: This paper examines a pronunciation problem identified in a short recording of a Yemeni learner of English. Following an introductory statement of three language learning principles, the nature of the way the Yemeni speaker differs from a native speaker in her pronunciation of theta is analysed. Some examples of published learning materials focussing on pronunciation are reviewed to consider how far they would be likely to help the learner, and how far they match my own teaching principles. Finally, a sequence of learning activities designed to help the learner overcome the problem are described.
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