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    Thumbs up English phonological aspects

    Hi, could you help me with this one.

    I can't make head nor tale of it and as for phonological aspects its chinese to me.

    Consider the form, function and phonological aspects of these items:

    1. She used to have long hair

    2. I was having bath when the phone rang

    3. I wish I had worked harder

    Any help would be greatly appreciated
    many thanks
    Maggie

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    Re: English phonological aspects

    Hi Maggie,

    When you talk of phonological, do you mean how the words are pronounced? And if so which words are you referring to?


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    Re: English phonological aspects

    Hi Curmudgeon,
    I'm not sure what it means, I think it means the pronounciation and I think the words highlighted are the words in question. however, I still dont know what I am supposed to do???????

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    Re: English phonological aspects

    Quote Originally Posted by mrsforan View Post
    Hi, could you help me with this one.

    I can't make head nor tale of it and as for phonological aspects its chinese to me.

    Consider the form, function and phonological aspects of these items:

    1. She used to have long hair

    2. I was having bath when the phone rang

    3. I wish I had worked harder

    Any help would be greatly appreciated
    many thanks
    Maggie
    Ah - the three Fs. Are you doing a CELTA course, Maggie?

    Form - words like 'present simple', 'past continuous', etc.

    Function - words like 'to express habitual actions'

    Phonology - schwa, elisions etc.

    Good luck

    b

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