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attention to this, teaching students both the lexical and grammatical aspect of the language and the phonetic one, since a high-quality, authentic knowledge of the language is possible only with a comprehensive study of all language levels. In the course of practical phonetics in a language university, the tasks that the teacher faces are not only setting up the correct articulation and teaching basic intonational structures, but also teaching students elements of fluent speech, achieving harmonious pronunciation, increasing the level of authenticity and expressiveness of sound in all basic styles of speech. In the early stages of teaching students to assimilated forms, one of the exercises is to “decode” or decode modified forms, explaining each case of changing words. Thus, students not only master the basics of the theory of phonetics, but also apply their knowledge in practice, training first to analyze written language, since it has a number of advantages over the perception of foreign-speaking speech, as already mentioned earlier. As an example, the following suggestions. To stay after lesson. = The teacher asked six students to stay after the lesson. In this proposal, we
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observe a case of omission (elision) of the slit alveolar sound / s / in the word six. Bag guys are often in the street at night. = Bad guys are often in the street at night. Under the influence of velar sound / g / alveolar / d / changes its place of articulation and also becomes velor. This is an example of regressive assimilation. A form of control is phonetic dictation, when students are invited to listen to a dialogue or an excerpt of text containing modified forms. Perceiving speech from the ears, students face not only the problem of identifying changed forms, but also the correct division of speech into segments, the correct interpretation of phonetic words and, accordingly, the definition of the context of the utterance. Students record the sound flow of speech in the phonemic transcription, and then conduct a phonetic analysis to identify assimilated sounds. In conclusion, I would like to emphasize the need for students to learn phonetic difficulties, in particular, modified forms of speech, in practical classes to achieve successful foreign language communication and adequate mutual understanding in real communication. References: Zhinkin N.I. Speech as a conductor of information. - publishing house "Science", M., 1982. - 155 p. Winter I.A. Psychology of teaching non-native language. - M .: Rus. lang, 1989. - 219 p.
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