重要学术名词--爆破音：[p] [b] [t] [d] [k] [g]
1. active=a(c)tive [k]+[t] Students are encouraged to be active in class.
2. blackboard=blac(k)board [k]+[b] Our class has a large blackboard.
3. dictation=di(k)tation [k]+[t] We'll have dictation today.
4. football=foo(t)ball [t]+[b] There is going to be a football match tonight. Shall we watch it together?
5.goodbye=goo(d)bye [d]+[b] She waved me goodbye.
1. Stop talking！=Sto(p)-talking!
2. I don't care.=I don'(t) -care.
3. I had a bad cold.=I had a ba(d)-cold.爆破音[t]和[d]+鼻辅音[m]和[n]
1. Britain [tn] Britain is made up of England, Scotland,Wales and Northern Ireland.
2. certain [tn] They are certain to agree.
3. frighten [tn] The high prices frighten off many customers.
1. admire=a(d)mire [d]=[m] I really admire your enthusiasm.
2. admit=a(d)mit [d]+[m] She admits to being strict with her children.
3. goodness=goo(d)ness [d]+[n] Thank goodness!
1. Good morning!=Goo(d)-morning!
2. Let me take a look.=Le(t)-me take a look.
3. I don't know what to say.=I don'(t)-know what to say.
1. battle [t]+[l] Any soldiers were killed in the battle.
2. gentle [t]+[l] His soap is very gentle on the hands.
3. little [t]+[l] I'm a little tired.
4. settle [t]+[l] The company has agreed to settle out of court.
5. title [t]+[l] Give your name and title。
1. heartless=hear(t)less [t]+[l] The decision does seem a little heartless.
2. lately=la(te)ly [t]+[l] Have you seen him lately?
3. badly=ba(d)ly [d]+[l] Things have been going badly.
4. needless=nee(d)less [d]+[l] Banning somking would save needless deaths.
1. Good luck!=Goo(d)-luck!
2. I would like to have one.=I woul(d) like to have one.
3. At last, we made it to his party.=A(t) last, we made it to his party.
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1. advance=a(d)vance [d]+[v] We live in an age of rapid technologcical advance.
2. bookshop=boo(k)shop [k]+[ ʃ] The bookshop opens at 7 o'clock in the morning.
3. helpful=hel(p)ful [p]+[f] A: Sorry, I can't be more helpful. B: Thank you. You're been very helpful.
4. lecture=le(c)ture [k]+[tʃ] Mr Li is giving a lecture to first-year students.
5. object=o(b)ject [b]+[dʒ] The object is to educate people about road safety.
1. You look fantastic.=You loo(k)-fantastic.
2. I'll get there by ten.=I'll ge(t) there by ten.
3. Let's have a good chat.=Let's have a goo(d)-chat.
4. I haven't read the book.=I haven'(t)-read the book.
5. Wish you a great success!=Wish you a grea(t)-success!
6. Put the book on the desk.=Pu(t)-the book on the desk.
7. She is one of my old friends.=She is one of my ol(d)-friends.
8. I'd like a room with a good view.=I'd like a room with a goo(d) view.
9. I am quite sure that you will win.=I am qui(te) sure that you will win.
10. Don't judge people only by appearance.=Don'(t) judge people only by appearance.