W1 - Thesis Writing Week 1 By Peiling Hsia Areas to master...

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Thesis Writing Week 1 By Peiling Hsia
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Areas to master English 1. Basic Foundation 2. Accent 3. Conversation 4. Slang / Idiom 5. Speed 6. Numbers Pronunciation Sound change Linking Reduced form Stress Intonation Vocabulary Grammar
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English Teaching / Learning - Get to know English 1. One word multiple meanings 2. One meaning multiple words 3. Same word different sounds 4. Same sound different words
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Sound Change score skin sport stop s + c, k, p, t = [ g, b, d ]
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Linking a. Consonant + vowel b. Vowel + vowel what’s up? keep in touch check it out take a break a box of pick it up go away can you see it? I can do it
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Reduced form A contraction is a word that is formed by combining two or more words which often occur together in speech. In the process of this combining, one or more segments (i.e. vowels and/or consonants) of the component words are phonetically altered, reduced, or omitted entirely. ● Dictionary-recognized contractions
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2012 for the course EECS 101 taught by Professor Hero during the Spring '11 term at National Taipei University.

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W1 - Thesis Writing Week 1 By Peiling Hsia Areas to master...

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