English AUDIO training- Say these 10 multisyllabic words with confidence

Eng­lish AUDIO train­ing- Say these 10 Mul­ti­syl­lab­ic Words with Con­fi­dence

In the Eng­lish audio train­ing below, I have includ­ed 10 mul­ti­syl­lab­ic words that stu­dents often have trou­ble say­ing con­fi­dent­ly. I’m asked how cer­tain mul­ti­syl­lab­ic words are said, and in Eng­lish this is fair enough!

There are a few things to con­sid­er:

First­ly, there is spelling to con­sid­er- is the word said how it’s spelled? Which syl­la­bles are stressed, and which said with a weak form vow­el – the schwa vow­el? How is the stressed syl­la­ble pro­nounced?  Does it have 2 or more con­so­nants said togeth­er in a con­so­nant clus­ter? These have to be prac­tised, and said smooth­ly with­out leav­ing sounds out. How do I say the word with the cor­rect into­na­tion?

So many things to con­sid­er!

 

 

Eng­lish AUDIO train­ing- Say these 10 mul­ti­syl­lab­ic words with con­fi­dence

 

prac­ti­cal­ly  /ˈpræk.tɪ.kəl.i/

They approached the prob­lem prac­ti­cal­ly.

organ­i­sa­tion­al  /ˌɔr·ɡə·nəˈzeɪ·ʃə·nəl/

The boss’ organ­i­sa­tion­al skills were sore­ly lack­ing.

pre­req­ui­site  /ˌpriːˈrek.wɪ.zɪt/ 

The pre­req­ui­site for entry into the col­lege course, was a high mark in chem­istry.

famil­iar  /fəˈmɪl.i.ər/     US  /fəˈmɪl.i.jɚ/    Aus­tralia /fəˈmɪl.i.jər/

Your face looks famil­iar, but I can’t remem­ber where I know you from.

influ­ence   /ˈɪn.flu.əns/ 

He’s a bad influ­ence on her, because he’s always steal­ing things.

buried  /ˈber.id/

The trea­sure was buried beneath the cas­tle.

con­text    /ˈkɒn.tekst/      US  /ˈkɑːn.tekst/

They quot­ed the com­ment out of con­text, and lost the orig­i­nal mean­ing.

encour­age­ment     /ɪnˈkʌr.ɪdʒ.mənt/     US  /ɪnˈkɝː.ɪdʒ.mənt/

She received lots of encour­age­ment from her peers and teach­ers.

cer­tain­ty  /ˈsɜː.tən.ti/        US  /ˈsɝː.tən.ti/

Can you pre­dict the out­come with cer­tain­ty?

imple­ment­ed   /ˈɪm.plɪ.mentd/       US  /ˈɪm.plə.mentd/

The pol­i­cy was imple­ment­ed with­out any oppo­si­tion.

 

For more train­ing on say­ing mul­ti­syl­lab­ic words with con­fi­dence click here.

Best wish­es, Esther

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