The 2nd lesson of free online pronunciation tips is also about consonant sounds especially for the Students of Bangladesh as well as Asian students. This pronunciation tips will help you to utter BBC standard pronunciation like international speakers.
Let’s see the 2nd pronunciation tips……
|Cat||The cat is a pet animal.|
|Cute||Laura is looking so cute.|
|Coat||It’s a hairy coat.|
|Class||Kate reads in class eight.|
|Keen||John was very keen to help|
|Kind||What kind of house do you live in?|
|King||The lion is the king of the jungle.|
|Capital||Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh.|
|Question||If you have any question, you can ask me.|
|Task||It’s your final task.|
|Carlos kicks a curly corner kick.|
Karen : Would you like some cream in your coffee, Mrs. Clark?
Kate : Call me Kate, Karen.
Karen : O.K. … Cream … Kate?
Kate : No thanks, Karen. But I’d like a little milk. Thanks.
Karen : Would you like some little cream cakes … Kate?
Kate : Thank you. Excuse me, Karen. But what’s that next to your bookshelf?
Karen : It’s an electric cuckoo clock.
Kate : Well, it’s exactly six o’clock now, and it’s very quiet. Doesn’t it say ‘cuckoo’?
Karen : Of course it does, Kate… Look! (Clock: Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! )
Kate : Fantastic! How exciting! What a clever clock!
|Get||Get ready for the next match.|
|Rugby||Can you play rugby?|
|Dialogue||Read the dialogue aloud.|
|Garden||It’s a big garden.|
|Fog||Has the fog gone?|
|Guy||He’s a big guy.|
|Dog||There’s a big old dog in the garden.|
|Smog||Fog and smog are what we’ve got.|
|Grocery||Excuse me. Is there a grocery store around there?|
|Gateway||Could you tell me where the gateway of this market is?|
|Green grass grows in green ground.|
Sabbir : Could you get me some groceries when you go out?
Pink : What exactly – nutmeg? gherkins? yoghurt?
Sabbir : Of course not! Get me some bagels if they’ve got any … mm … sugar, eggs, garlic … and … mm … figs and grapes, if they’re good.
Pink : O.K.
|Feel||I’m feeling good now.|
|Farm||He showed me his farm.|
|Fold||Fold this paper.|
|Feet||I like feet on the back.|
|Funny||This is funny.|
|Foal||It’s got a little foal.|
|Feedback||I’d appreciate some feedback on my work.|
|Finish||She’s going to finish the task in a day.|
|Ferry||We caught the ferry at Ostend.|
|Fertilizer||A bag of fertilizer.|
|Father found four flying flies on the floor.|
Photographer : Good afternoon. How can I help you?
Phillips : I’m Fredrick Phillips. I want a photograph of myself and my wife Phillippa.
Photographer : Certainly. Mr. Phillips. Please fill in this form.
Phillips : (Hands in the form) It’s finished.
Photographer : Mr. Phillips, do you prefer a full front photograph or a profile?
Phillips : A full front. That would be fine I think.
Photographer : O.K. That’s finished.
Phillips : Will the photograph be ready for the fifth of February?
Photographer : Yes. Please phone my office after five days, Mr. Phillips.
|Vet||They’re good vets.|
|Van||Can they lift that van?|
|Vote||Jones won the vote.|
|Vine||Vine in the garden.|
|Veil||It’s a veil.|
|Very||You are very late.|
|Value||Vote is valuable.|
|Valid||A valid passport.|
|Vacancy||I’m sorry, we have no vacancies.|
|Vile||The weather was really vile most of the time.|
|The value of victory varies on various voters.|
Vivek : Has the Vander family lived here for very long Victor?
Victor : Five and half years, Vivek. We arrived on the first of February.
Vivek : What a lovely view you have!
Victor : Yes. It’s fabulous.
Vivek : Look! You can see the village down in the valley.
Victor : Yes. We just love living here because of the view.