Hi Supchay(?) I just been listening to your phonecast. It's really clear and you can see that from the text much clearer the ending the F the T about all of these much much better. So really good one there's only one small thing to think about and that if you're word stressed. When you go two syllables in a word what you're doing is you're stressing the last syllable and in English it's the first syllable that is stressed. So for example you see winter, summer, expenses, city, attraction and we don't say that in English we won't say winter we say winter.
by anne's phlog
Tags: word stress, city of edinburgh, visitor attraction
Hi, it's Nel(?). Thank you very much for your phone task. It was very good. The record is very and language were really good. So a lovely description of Edinburgh. Some pronunciation and word stress so the city we talk about city not C T that's city of Edinburgh the city city from the East Coast on the East Coast the East Coast visitor attraction visitor visitor attraction visitor attraction. I seen this seen this.