Unit 3. Back, Pack.
The consonant sounds /b/ and /p/
|When you say the alphabet, the letters В and P have the sounds /bi:/
In words, they have the consonant sounds /b/ and /p/.
|Listen to the target sound /b/ in the words below and compare it with rhe words on each side.|
|Now listen to the sound /b/ on its own.
|buy bird bread
rubber about able
job web globe
|Listen to the target sound /p/ in the words below and compare it with the words on each side.
|Listen to the sound /p/ on its own.
Listen and repeat these examples of the target sound.
park please price
open applе spring
tape help jump
|Pat put purple paint in the pool.|
|В is sometimes silent (comb)
|PH pronounced /f/ (phone).
P is sometimes silent (psychology).
|First read this conversation to the end, and then write the letter 'b' or 'p' in each gap. KeySid: Where are the pears?
Joe: Bears?!!! Did you say bears?
Sid: No, pears, you know, fruit!
Joe: Oh, I see, pears with a P! They're in the pack.
Sid: What, in the back of the truck?
Joe: No, in the pack, you know, with a P!
Sid: Oh, I see, pack with a P! Would you like one?
Joe: No, I'll have a peach, please.
Sid: A beach?!!!
Listen and check your answers.
Sid: Where are the p ears?
Joe: _ears?!!! Did you say _ears?
Sid: No, _ears, you know, fruit!
Joe: Oh, I see, _ears with a P! They're in the _ack.
Sid: What, in the _ack of the truck?
Joe: No, in the _ack, you know, with a P!
Sid: Oh, I see, _ack with a P! Would you like one?
Joe: No, I'll have a _each, please.
Sid: A beach?!!!
|The word ape contains the two sounds /ei/ and /p/. If you reverse the sounds, you get the word pay /pei/. Reverse the sounds in these words and write the new word.Key1 cheap
|Listen. In one word in each group, the 'b' or 'p' is not pronounced. Underline the word. Key1 lamb 2 climb 3 cupboard
4 photo 5 receipt
6 psychology 7 combing
double doubt Dublin
1 lamb label lab 5 recipe repeat receipt
2 crab robbed climb 6 possibly psychology special
3 cup cupboard copy 7 Cambridge combine combing
4 photo potato paper
|Listen and tick the sentence you hear, A or B.
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