Friday, 15 October 2010

Sounds of English, short vs long vowel /ɪ/ /i:/

Chiew's CLIL EFL ESL Blog: Sounds of English

Continuing the series on the sounds of English activities, here's yet another one. This is to practise the short vowel ɪ and the long vowel i:

It's a very important difference, and learning it well may save you from future embarrassments. See The Man Went To Malta.

Click on the image above to begin the game. Try as many times as necessary for you to get 100% right.

If you want to see your name appear on the scoring sheet, you'll have to register before playing. Remember your nickname & password for all my other games which are hosted on Purposegames.

Either way, please leave a comment, stating your score (percentage and time).

You may also like these:

Rhyming Slang Game
Rhyming Words Game
Pronunciation of Regular Past Simple
Cockney Rhyming Slang

Look under the category English Sounds for more pronunciation activities.

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