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Oral Communications. Commonly mispronounced words. Terrible Singlish ->Singlish -> English -> Good English.

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oral communications

Oral Communications

Commonly mispronounced words

terrible singlish singlish english good english
Terrible Singlish ->Singlish -> English -> Good English
  • Yes, we are able to distinguish between people who speak Singlish and standard English. However, are we able to differentiate those who speak English and those who speak accurate English?
how do u pronounce these words
Calendar

Complete

Compare

Committee

Composition

Colleague

Condemn

Compose

Vehicle

Position

Potential

Sword

Excuse

Extra

Estate

Especially

Excite

Japanese

Second

Pressure

Ticket

Wednesday

Red

Liaise

How do u pronounce these words?
so are you good enough

So are you good enough?

TAKE THE CHALLENGE!!

do you know how to pronounce these words 1 mark each
Do you know how to pronounce these words? (1 mark each)
  • Salmon
  • Vase
  • Gourmet
  • Rendezvous
  • Grand Prix
  • Opportunity
  • Often
do you know how to pronounce these words 2 marks each
Do you know how to pronounce these words? (2 marks each)
  • Yacht
  • Awry
  • Gourmet
  • Flour
  • hors d\'oeu⋅vre
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