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0 Pronunciation ee ee ec SoS Test Your|¥ Pronunciation Test Your Pronunciation is part of the popular Test Your Cover designed by series devised by Peter Watcyn-Jones. It features 60 toh Teestiegad motivating tests to practise the key areas of English Gabec phate creoh Sarees ‘otonica pronunciation, such as identifying vowels and consonants, looking at the relationship between sounds and spelling, and using word and phrase stress correctly. Also look out for: Photographer Steve Edson ee ° 60 tests to improve your English pronunciation Wide variety of tests, including gap-fills, multiple choice, matching exercises, cartoons and much more Useful tips to guide you through the more difficult areas of English pronunciation Full answer key Ideal for self-study and classroom use Advanced || Adults Upper Intermediate | | 464 Intermediate 12-15 ee ‘ Pre-intermediate Primary Elementary y Beginner E] with audio cd ISBN 0-582-46906-X me | Published and distributed by 9"780582'469044 Pearson Education Limited www.penguinenglish.com Pearson Education Limited Edinburgh Gate Harlow Essex OM20 2JE, England and Associated Companies throughout the world. ISBN 0 582 46904 X This edition published 2002 ‘Text copyright © Michael Vaughan-Rees 2002 Designed and typeset by Pantek Arts Ltd, Maidstone, Kent Test Your format devised by Peter Watcyn-Jones llustrations by Roger Fereday and Sarah Whimperis Printed in Italy by Rotolito Lombarda All rights reserved; no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the Publishers. Acknowledgements It would be impossible to write 60 totally original pronunciation tests, and there are a number of people whose ideas | am aware of having borrowed directly. These include Brita Haycratt (the use of names for distinguishing individual sounds); Jonathan Marks (Test 54, Sounds maze and Test 38, Correcting mistakes 2 Two-part correction); Barbara Bradford, Judy Gilbert, Bryan Jenner and Joanne Kenworthy (contrastive stress, highlighting and intonation); Barbara Seidihofer and her colleagues in Vienna (phonological ‘chunks’), To these (as well as to others, including Adam Brown, David Crystal, Jennifer Jenkins, Camilla Dixo Lieff, Peter Roach, Paul Tench and John Wells) [would like to express my thanks and appreciation Michael Vaughan-Rees The publishers make grateful acknowledgement to Curtis Brown on behalf of Jane \Waller for permission to reproduce the extract on page §6 from Saving the Dinosaurs copyright ©6 Jane Waller, Piper/Pan Macmillan, 1994. Published by Pearson Education Limited in association with Penguin Books Ltd, both companies being subsidiaries of Pearson ple. For a complete list of the titles available trom Penguin English please visit our website at www.penguinenglish.com, or write to your local Pearson Education office or to: Marketing Department, Penguin Longman Publishing, 80 Strand, London WG2R ORL.