Pronunciation Exercises - Part II

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Pronunciation Exercises - Part II

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good book [gud  buk]
put food [put  fu:d]
good food [gud  fu:d]
good mood [gud  mu:d]
look at the moon [luk  æt  θə  mu:n]
good full cook [gud  ful  kuk]
full pool [ful  pu:l]
full moon [ful  mu:n]
no fool [nou fu:l]
put the pot [put  θə  pɒt]
old boat [ould  bout]
brisk Pete [brɪsk  pɪ:t]
did indeed [dɪd  ɪndɪ:d]
toy clown [tɔɪ  klaun]
boys frown [bɔɪz  fraun]
rock fall [rɒk  fɔ:l]
draw dots [drɔ:  dɒts]
spot on [spɒt  ɒn]
Swiss cheese [swɪs  tʃɪ:z]
steep step [stɪ:p  step]
skip deep pit [skɪp  dɪ:p  pɪt]
clean mint [klɪ:n  mɪnt]
need to knit [nɪ:d  tə  nɪt]
bright night [braɪt  naɪt]
must miss [mʌt  mɪs]
totally tired ['toutəlɪ  taɪəʳd]
pen and pin [pen  ænd  pɪn]
she sells shells [ʃɪ:  selz  ʃelz]
interesting thing ['ɪn trə stɪŋ  θɪŋ]
sing a song [sɪŋ  ə  sɒŋ]
pure air [pjuəʳ  eəʳ]
cure ear [kjuəʳ  ɪəʳ]
dear bear [dɪəʳ  beəʳ]