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USA, UK, Australian, NZ, S.African ESLPronunciation Resource

 
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 06, 2004 10:02 pm    Post subject: USA, UK, Australian, NZ, S.African ESLPronunciation Resource Reply with quote

Dear all

Thought I'd pass this on. I was recently referred to English Maze (www.englishmaze.com), an excellent (new?) online environment for ESL learners and teachers.

The site contains a bunch of useful stuff but one resource in particular has been particularly useful for our ESL pron classes: The English Maze 'Accent Room'. It's the only resource I've seen which allows learners to compare different accents (native and non-native speaker) and to practice recognising and comparing them.

Our students loved it. So did most of my colleagues!

Trebor
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