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Reading Aloud Part 1 - Pronunciation (O' Level Oral Examination)
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These slides are used to explain the common pronunciation students have missed out for Reading Aloud (Section 1 under Paper 3) and provides examples to warm up your vocal chords for O Level English Language Examination in Singapore.
Students are introduced to the concept of key consonants which affects the accuracy of your reading. These 10 marks can be a difference your current grade and the next one and learning how to pronounce these consonants accurately will help you score for your next Reading Aloud for O' Level Oral Examination Paper 3.
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Larry sent the latter a
Lucy lingered, looking longingly for her lost lap-dog.
PAT-A-CAKE, pat-a-cake baker's man.
So I will, master, as fast as I can;
Pat it and prick it and mark it with T,
Put it in the oven for Tommy and me.
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
Did Peter Piper pick a peck of pickled peppers?
If Peter Piper Picked a peck of pickled peppers,
Where's the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper
Round the rugged rocks, the ragged rascal ran.
Reading and writing are richly rewarding.r
Six thick thistle sticks
The shrewd shrew sold
Sarah seven sliver fish
Sister Susie sat on the
sea shore sewing shirts
Ten tame tadpoles tucked tightly in a thin tall tin.
Two toads, totally tired, trying to trot to
A tree-toad loved a she-toad
Who lived up in a tree.
He was a two-toed tree-toad,
But a three-toed toad was she.
The two-toed tree-toad tried to win
The three-toed she-toad's heart,
For the two-toed tree-toad loved the ground
That the three-toed tree-toad trod.
But the two-toed tree-toad tried in vain;
He couldn't please her whim.
From her tree-toad bower,
With her three-toed power,
The she-toad vetoed him.
Vincent vowed vengeance very
Vera valued the valley violets.
k t thTo pronounce these sounds prominently
To read ‘k’, ‘t’ and ‘th’ sounds in given passages
The ‘th’ sound…phrases
Under the weather
One or the other
Rhythmic hum of the
Either this or that
That was then, this is now…
The ‘th’ sound…
The fact is that he is the
threat to the Fatherland. He
has to be interrogated
The ‘k’, ‘t’ and ‘th’ sounds…all at once
If you think you are safe from thievery, think again. Most thefts
occur within three kilometres of the victim’s home. People
often venture into the streets without giving their valuables a
second thought. They leave things out in the open, where
thieves can easily spot them. Items worth thousands of dollars
can be stolen in a tenth of a second. So be thoughtful. Only
you can thwart this terrible crime. Watch your things carefully.
Even though my father is a weatherman, he can’t predict with
absolute certainty whether it will rain or not. Neither can the
other people who work with him. They say there’s only a thirty
percent chance of rain, and the next thing you know, it’s
pouring. They predict snow, and there’s nothing for another five
days. Then, there’s blizzard. So rather than trust my father’s
weather forecasts, I use a more reasonable approach. I ask my
The ‘k’, ‘t’ and ‘th’ sounds…
Time to show off!
Goh Bang Rui