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goldfish2760
05-02-2008, 10:31 AM
I.Circle the correct answer:
1._____ sounds are the vocal cords drawn apart so that the air can pass out freely between them and there is no vibration.
A.voiced B.voiceless C.oral D.nasal
2.Sounds made with the connection between the tounge and the alveolar ridge are_____.
A.palatal B.bilabial C.lateral D.alveolar
3.In_____ consonants the breath is completely stopped at some point in the mounth by the lips or tounge-tip or tounge-back,and then realeased with a slight explosion.
A.fricative B.approximant C.lateral D.stop
4.In all nasal consonants the____is lowered and at that time the mounth passage is blocked at some point sothat all the air is pushed out of the nose.
A.tounge B.soft palate C.lower lip D.upper lip
5.In the word"fragment",the explosion of the stop is______
A.lateral B.nasal C.incomplete
6.When there is a glide from one vowel to another one and then to the next,we have a____.
A.diphthong B.triphthong D.monophthong
7.When a vowel sound stands before a nasal sound in utterances,it will be______
A.nasalised B.velarised C.gottalised D.devoiced
8.There are ____vowels in English
A.12 B.24 C.20 D.8
9.In general,stress tends to be on syllable containing a_____or ending with_____
A.long vowel or a diphthong/a vowel
B.short vowel/a consonant
C.long vowel or a diphthong/more than one consonant.
10.When a vowel stands finally or before voiced consonants,it is______
A.lengthened B.shortened C.nasalised D.retracted.
II.Fill into the blank with a suitable word or words:
1.________ is a group of sounds in which the central part is a vowel or a vowel-like sound,thats means a _______.
2.If there are two levels of stress in a word,the strongest is called_______.
3.No English word ends with _______four consonants and begins with more ehan three consonants.
4._______shows the finer point of pronunciation,i.e,describe how sounds are pronounced in speech more_____.
5.English consonants are classified according to three ways:the place ______ ,________, and the voice.

ha_a4_cva
05-02-2008, 10:56 AM
bài khó wá trời lun, làm bài này được dùng từ điển mới làm được chứ ko th́ em chịu lun! được dùng từ điển hem ạ????

kirimarukx
05-02-2008, 01:03 PM
I.Circle the correct answer:

1._____ sounds are the vocal cords drawn apart so that the air can pass out freely between them and there is no vibration.
A.voiced B.voiceless C.oral D.nasal

2.Sounds made with the connection between the tounge and the alveolar ridge are_____.
A.palatal B.bilabial C.lateral D.alveolar

3.In_____ consonants the breath is completely stopped at some point in the mounth by the lips or tounge-tip or tounge-back,and then realeased with a slight explosion.
A.fricative B.approximant C.lateral D.stop

4.In all nasal consonants the____is lowered and at that time the mounth passage is blocked at some point sothat all the air is pushed out of the nose.
A.tounge B.soft palate C.lower lip D.upper lip

5.In the word"fragment",the explosion of the stop is______
A.lateral B.nasal C.incomplete

6.When there is a glide from one vowel to another one and then to the next,we have a____.
A.diphthong B.triphthong D.monophthong

7.When a vowel sound stands before a nasal sound in utterances,it will be______
A.nasalised B.velarised C.gottalised D.devoiced (câu này em đoán thui^^)

8.There are ____vowels in English
A.12 B.24 C.20 D.8

9.In general,stress tends to be on syllable containing a_____or ending with_____
A.long vowel or a diphthong/a vowel
B.short vowel/a consonant
C.long vowel or a diphthong/more than one consonant.(câu này cũng đoán nữa)

10.When a vowel stands finally or before voiced consonants,it is______
A.lengthened B.shortened C.nasalised D.retracted.


bài II khó quá,em ko....đoán được :smilie_crazy:
cho em chút thời gian ngâm kíu nhé:ibf_confused:.(Kiến thức này em chưa được học :( ,thực ra bài 1 cũng chưa biết hết ,em đoán thui^^)Ra Tết em làm nhé !!!



goldfish2760 ở Hp ah? anh(chị)học trường nào zậy^^?

ppheo
05-02-2008, 02:11 PM
I.Circle the correct answer:
1._____ sounds are the vocal cords drawn apart so that the air can pass out freely between them and there is no vibration.
A.voiced B.voiceless C.oral D.nasal
2.Sounds made with the connection between the tounge and the alveolar ridge are_____.
A.palatal B.bilabial C.lateral D.alveolar
3.In_____ consonants the breath is completely stopped at some point in the mounth by the lips or tounge-tip or tounge-back,and then realeased with a slight explosion.
A.fricative B.approximant C.lateral D.stop
4.In all nasal consonants the____is lowered and at that time the mounth passage is blocked at some point sothat all the air is pushed out of the nose.
A.tounge B.soft palate C.lower lip D.upper lip
5.In the word"fragment",the explosion of the stop is______
A.lateral B.nasal C.incomplete
6.When there is a glide from one vowel to another one and then to the next,we have a____.
A.diphthong B.triphthong D.monophthong
7.When a vowel sound stands before a nasal sound in utterances,it will be______
A.nasalised B.velarised C.gottalised D.devoiced
8.There are ____vowels in English
A.12 B.24 C.20 D.8
9.In general,stress tends to be on syllable containing a_____or ending with_____
A.long vowel or a diphthong/a vowel
B.short vowel/a consonant
C.long vowel or a diphthong/more than one consonant.
10.When a vowel stands finally or before voiced consonants,it is______
A.lengthened B.shortened C.nasalised D.retracted.

:new:Khó quá má ơi!:smilie_crazy:!Biết làm chết liền!:not-worthy:!Cái này làm hok chắc đúng đâu nha!!Thông cảm!!Chỉ làm phần I,c̣n phần II chịu chết!!:smilie_clap:

goldfish2760
05-02-2008, 08:14 PM
Mọi người làm được như vậy là khá lắm rùi v́ môn này vốn khó mà(điểm thi thường ko cao).Vài ngày nữa ḿnh sẽ post đáp án lên.Í quên,ḿnh đang học ở HP univesity,nếu ghé qua HP nhớ đến trường ḿnh chơi nha.

goldfish2760
07-02-2008, 03:53 PM
I.Circle the correct answer:
1._____ sounds are the vocal cords drawn apart so that the air can pass out freely between them and there is no vibration.
A.voiced B.voiceless C.oral D.nasal
2.Sounds made with the connection between the tounge and the alveolar ridge are_____.
A.palatal B.bilabial C.lateral D.alveolar
3.In_____ consonants the breath is completely stopped at some point in the mounth by the lips or tounge-tip or tounge-back,and then realeased with a slight explosion.
A.fricative B.approximant C.lateral D.stop
4.In all nasal consonants the____is lowered and at that time the mounth passage is blocked at some point sothat all the air is pushed out of the nose.
A.tounge B.soft palate C.lower lip D.upper lip
5.In the word"fragment",the explosion of the stop is______
A.lateral B.nasal C.incomplete
6.When there is a glide from one vowel to another one and then to the next,we have a____.
A.diphthong B.triphthong D.monophthong
7.When a vowel sound stands before a nasal sound in utterances,it will be______
A.nasalised B.velarised C.gottalised D.devoiced
8.There are ____vowels in English
A.12 B.24 C.20 D.8
9.In general,stress tends to be on syllable containing a_____or ending with_____
A.long vowel or a diphthong/a vowel
B.short vowel/a consonant
C.long vowel or a diphthong/more than one consonant.
10.When a vowel stands finally or before voiced consonants,it is______
A.lengthened B.shortened C.nasalised D.retracted.
II.Fill into the blank with a suitable word or words:
1.Syllable is a group of sounds in which the central part is a vowel or a vowel-like sound,thats means a syllabic consonant.
2.If there are two levels of stress in a word,the strongest is called stresed.
3.No English word ends with more than four consonants and begins with more than three consonants.
4.Phonetic transcription shows the finer point of pronunciation,i.e,describe how sounds are pronounced in speech more accurate.
5.English consonants are classified according to three ways:the place of articulation, maner of articulation, and the voice.

nxanh
19-05-2012, 08:26 PM
Còn bài tập nữa không các bạn? Mình rất cần nhiều bài tập phần này, mong các bạn giúp mình tìm nhiều bài tập hơn!

haph81
04-01-2013, 02:52 PM
cho xin bài tập + bài giải luôn đi bạn

seaseasu
04-01-2013, 03:17 PM
Còn bài tập nữa không các bạn? Mình rất cần nhiều bài tập phần này, mong các bạn giúp mình tìm nhiều bài tập hơn!

Thêm bài tập nữa nè bạn ơi: :04::85:

1. Circle the words that being with a bilabial consonant:
mat gnat sat bat rat pat

2. Circle the words that begin with a velar consonant:
knot got lot cot hot pot

3. Circle the words that begin with a labiodental conso-
nant: fat cat that mat chat vat

4. Circle the words that begin with an alveolar consonant:
zip nip lip sip tip dip

5. Circle the words that begin with a dental consonant:
pie guy shy thigh thy high

6. Circle the words that begin with a palato-alveolar con-
sonant: sigh shy tie thigh thy lie

7. Circle the words that end with a fricative:
race wreath bush bring breathe bang
rave real ray rose rough

8.Circle the words that end with a nasal:
rain rang dumb deaf

9.Circle the words that end with a stop:
pill lip lit graph crab dog
hide laugh back

10.Circle the words that begin with a lateral:
nut lull bar rob one

11.Circle the words that begin with an approximant:
we you one run

12.Circle the words that end with an affricate:
much back edge ooze

13.Circle the words in which the consonant in the middle
is voiced: tracking mother robber leisure
massive stomach razor

14.Circle the words that contain a high vowel:
sat suit got meet mud

15.Circle the words that contain a low vowel:
weed wad load lad rude

16.Circle the words that contain a front vowel:
gate caught cat kit put

17.Circle the words that contain a back vowel:
maid weep coop cop good

18.Circle the words that contain a rounded vowel:
who me us but him

choobi
12-01-2013, 10:20 AM
Thêm bài tập nữa nè bạn ơi: :04::85:

1. Circle the words that being with a bilabial consonant:
mat gnat sat bat rat pat

2. Circle the words that begin with a velar consonant:
knot got lot cot hot pot

3. Circle the words that begin with a labiodental conso-
nant: fat cat that mat chat vat

4. Circle the words that begin with an alveolar consonant:
zip nip lip sip tip dip

=> Alveolar: n,t,d,s,z,l

5. Circle the words that begin with a dental consonant:
pie guy shy thigh thy high

6. Circle the words that begin with a palato-alveolar con-
sonant: sigh shy tie thigh t hy lie

7. Circle the words that end with a fricative:
race wreath bush bring breathe bang
rave real ray rose rough

=> Fricative: /f/, /v/,/θ/, /đ/, /s/, /z/, /∫/, /ʒ/, /h/

8.Circle the words that end with a nasal:
rain rang dumb deaf


=> Nasal: /m/, /n/, /η/

9.Circle the words that end with a stop:
pill lip lit graph crab dog
hide laugh back


10.Circle the words that begin with a lateral:
nut lull bar rob one

11.Circle the words that begin with an approximant:
we you one run

=> Approximant: /w/, /r/, /j/

12.Circle the words that end with an affricate:
much back edge ooze


13.Circle the words in which the consonant in the middle
is voiced: tracking mother robber leisure
massive stomach razor

14.Circle the words that contain a high vowel:
sat suit got meet mud

15.Circle the words that contain a low vowel:
weed wad load lad rude

16.Circle the words that contain a front vowel:
gate caught cat kit pu t

17.Circle the words that contain a back vowel:
maid weep coop cop good

18.Circle the words that contain a rounded vowel:
who me us but him

=> bài khó, mà hay bị nhầm quá...:59::59:

daisy_dao
24-11-2013, 07:32 PM
Bai tap hay qua, cac pan con nua hok za?