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Pronunciation >> Pronunciation Materials >> Students need to put words which have the same vowel sounds together, like in a normal game of dominoes. "Land" and "hand" could go together therefore.

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Pronunciation Dominoes

As in normal dominoes, like pairs must be put together. So, for example, 'saw' can be put next to 'law'. Cut these strips across so that each dominoe has two words on it - one at either end.

The three phonemes practiced here are:

  • 'æ' as in cat
  • 'arr' as in father
  • 'ai' as in name
Cat Father
Can't Sat
Name Laugh
Hand Same
Task Lamp
Table Bag
Sand Happy
Barn Aim
Game Tap
Aren't Abbey
Eight Carpet
Can Sergeant
Late Aptitude
Arm Wait