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Lesson 11. Pack Your Bags.




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/p/ and /b/

Lesson 11; Part A


important.jpgHow to make the sound /p/
Look at the diagrams.
Listen and say the sound.
1    Stop the air behind your lips.
2    Open your lips to release the air. If you hold a piece of paper in front of your mouth when you open your lips, the paper moves.
Target sound: /р∂/
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Lesson 11; Part B

spelling.jpgSound and spelling
/p/ is spelled p or pp.
Listen and say these words:
p       pen     push     stop
pp     happy     stopping

 
note.jpgNote: p is silent at the beginning of a few words. Listen and repeat. psychology
Note: The word cupboard is pronounced /\'kabзd/ - don\'t pronounce the p.
Note: ph is usually pronounced /f/: phone, photo, autograph.
Note: /pi:/ is the name of the letter P in the alphabet. People often say /pi:/ for pence: \'It costs 75p.\'

 
Listen and say these phrases.
1 a piece of paper     2 Push or pull?     3 a deep sleep     4 a cheap trip round Europe

Lesson 11; Part C

important.jpgHow to make the sound /b/
Look at the diagrams.
Listen and say the sound.
1    Stop the air behind your lips.
2    Open your lips to release the air.
/b/ is different from /p/ in two ways:
1    If you hold a piece of paper in front of your mouth when you open your lips, the paper does not move.
2    There is voicing (vibration from the throat).
Target sound: /b∂/
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Listen and say the two sounds, /p∂/ /b∂/

Lesson 11; Part D

spelling.jpgSound and spelling
/b/ is spelled b or bb.
Listen and say these words.
big     best      rob     robber     verb
note.jpgNote: b is silent at the end of a few words. Listen and repeat. climb     comb     thumb     bomb
Note: /bi/ is the name of the letter B in the alphabet.

 
Listen and say these phrases and sentences.
1    big business
2    When was the baby born?
3    It\'s better to bake your own bread than to buy it.
4    What\'s that big building between the bank and the library?
galka.jpgNow listen and say these sentences with /p/ and /b/.

1    Pamela\'s got a new job.   
2    Paul\'s got big problems with his neighbours.      
3    Can you remember Pete\'s phone number?
4    Pack your bags and bring your passport.
 
Important for listening!
Sometimes you don\'t hear /p/ or /b/ clearly at the end of a word. Listen.
1    Sto(p)!                  3 Hey, Bo(b)!
2    Don\'t dro(p) that    4 the worlwide we(b)
 



Exercises

wizard.jpgWrite the words. Choose from the words in the box.
back     beard     bi!!      black    bomb     book     boot    boots     bought     bread    build     but     butter     buy     pack     paper     part     party     pay     pepper     pie    piece    pool    pull    purse    put

1  /bil/
2  /pi:s/
3  /bai/
4  /pз:s/
5  /blæk/  
6  /pei/
7  /bat/
_______bill
_______piece
_______buy
_______purse
_______black
_______pay
_______but     
8    /pæk/
9    /bam/
10  /\'рер∂/
11  /\'bаt∂/
12  /pa:t/
13  /buk:/   
14/\'pa:ti/
_______pack
_______bomb
_______pepper
_______butter
_______part
_______book
_______party   
15   /bæk/
16   /bu:ts/  
17   /pu:l/
18   /bi∂d/
19   /put/
20   /bo:t/
_______back
_______boots
_______pool
_______beard
_______put
_______bought


Listen to check your answers. Check with the Key. Then listen and repeat.

pen.jpgComplete the words with p or b.
KEY 1   Can you help me paint the bedroom wardrobe?
2    Brian\'s blond, and he\'s got a big beard.
3    We\'re going to the pub. It\'s my brother\'s birthday.
4    Where did I put my black boots?
5    We asked the waiter to bring the bill, and it was
double what we expected!


1    Can you hel me _aint the _edroom wardro_e?
2    Brian\'s _lond, and he\'s got a _ig _eard.
3    We\'re going to the _ub. It\'s my _rother\'s _irthday.
4    Where did I _ut my _lack _oots?
5    We asked the waiter to _ring the _ill, and it was dou_le what we expected!   

Listen to check your answers. Check with the Key. Then listen and repeat.
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pencil.jpgListen and fill the gaps.
Example:
Are you going to the   shop  ?
  1. We\'ll have to change that _______bulb.
  2. Looking for a _______job?
  3. It isn\'t on the _______map.
  4. Shall we give him a _______tip?
  5. Do we have to walk _______up that hill?
  6. _______Stop the bus -I want to get off!
  7. I _______hope you have a good time!
  8. _______Help yourself!
Check with the Key. Then listen and repeat.

wizard.jpgListen and circle the word you hear.
Check with the Key1. bears
2. pear
3. copies
.
1    pears/ bears    
2    pear / fair  
3    copies / coffees 

Check with the Key. Then listen and repeat. 



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