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What is the difference between phonology and pronunciation?My answer to What is the difference between phonology and pronunciation? Answer by Peggy Tharpe: Phonology is a linguistics term. It is the study of the sounds and relationsh...
Best way to learn English in English-speaking country as lonely tourist?My answer to What is the best activity to learn English in an English-speaking country as lonely tourist? Answer by Peggy Tharpe: How about looking through the town/city’s ...
When is the best time for a child to learn English?My answer to the question: "When is the best time for a child to learn English?" on Quora.com The best time for children to develop a native-like “feel” for English intonati...
How Can I Improve My Pronunciation and Intonation?Read Peggy Tharpe's answer to How can I improve my pronunciation and intonation? on Quora
Do English learners make sentences too complicated?Read Peggy Tharpe's answer to Why do many English learners make sentences and phrases more complicated than they need to be? on Quora
The English Word O.K.'s Origins & Uses Theories Abound About the Origins of the English Word 'O.K.' I wonder if the English word 'O.K.' is the most spoken word in the world? Everywhere I go, no matter what langua...
TESOL TEACHER BOOTCAMP!Here's the Slideshare on my TESOL Teacher Bootcamp--a course I just put up on Udemy about teaching Vowels! Vowels are the Core of English. How we use them, articulate them, stretch...
TESOLTEACHER PRONUNCIATION BOOTCAMPYou can get this course for 50% off right now, for a limited time.  Do you teach pronunciation? I do. That's all I've been doing for the past 9 years. I've finally figured out ...
Inogolo: pronounce everything from dog breeds to Oscar nominees Have you ever used INOGOLO? We can always benefit from another way to learn the pronunciation of unfamiliar names and brands. Sometimes I send my students to this website...
Teaching Pronunciation: 5 PrinciplesBefore you begin...this is not a quick read, so if you'd like the e-book version of this post so you can read it later, click here. Teaching pronunciation is like baking a layer ...

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