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It work in practice: you say melón and I say melon and more

You say melón and I say melon: In the famous song ‘Let’s call the whole thing off’, the singer compares lots of words which are spelt the same in American and British English but pronounced differently, such as tomato: /tP÷meâtPŸ/ (American English); /tP÷mG*tPŸ/ (British English). Working on a similar principle, this game focuses on stress patterns of English words and implicitly contrasts them with cognate equivalents in the learners’ own language ...

 


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