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    How to say correct pronunciation ?

    Because I am student, I am learning English and my Mather tung is Urdu but I have problem, it is difficult for me if I want to say correct pronunciation, I can't mostly I saying wrong could you give suggestion who to remove that problem, usingenglish.com is very good website I enable to find that Problem


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    Cool Re: How to say correct pronunciation ?

    Can you try to tune into radio programmes like BBC and try to listen to news, and other programmes? Also, you could watch more English films in your country and listen to the way the words are pronounced. Then you must practise a lot..

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    Re: How to say correct pronunciation ?

    Here is a good book for you
    "Ship or Sheep" written by Ann Baker, published by Cambridge University Press. Buy cassettes or CD with the book, practise the sounds, and try to speak.
    When you become known with the sounds, try to listen to BBC news.
    Afterwords you can also buy OXFORD ADVANCED LEARNER'S DICTIONARY with the CD and listen to words you need.
    May Allah bless you

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