Alphabet Sounds Chart Printable

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Date   16 Feb 2014
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What are the sounds of the alphabet?

The alphabet consists of 26 letters with a different pronunciation. Each letter can be trained with an alphabet sound chart. The standard can be found in alphabet sound charts around the world that have the same template. To be able to smoothly read a writing, the teacher in kindergarten gives these lessons as a preliminary exercise for reading. For the whole alphabet, you can download the alphabet sound chart on the internet. Then it can be pasted in a textbook or on a wall. If you need to put it on the wall, you can download it with an HD resolution.

How do you write the alphabet sound?

To move the alphabet sound into writing, you only need to write it on paper. Provide a pen and paper. Start by issuing the pronounce letter A. In the alphabet sound chart, the letter A has the sound "A-ee". A short “a” and not too long “ee” pronunciation. After that, write the words down on the paper that you have. Likewise with other letters. Use audio aids in google to make it easier to practice pronouncing the letters. Ask for help from teachers or adults who are fluent in pronouncing it with English standards.

How do you teach English alphabet sounds?

Teaching has many methods. In kindergarten, children practice with ABC songs and Alphabet cards that contain how to pronounce them. As for adults, learning alphabets sound can be found in a language dictionary, as well as alphabet sound charts that can be easily searched. Using the song listening method is also effective for adults. You can listen to music then follow how the singer says a word. From these words, you can divide a word or letter into a fragment.

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How can I learn sound?

People said the one who listens will be more sensitive to a sound. Hear words from people around you, Listen to your favorite music, listen to dialogues from your favorite films, read books. When you are used to listening, your ears will get used to pronunciation in a word. After the listening section, do a copy about how the person says a word. Do not forget to note the alphabet’s sound to make it easier to practice. Because writing with your own hands is the most effective way to remember. Keep learning, keep listening. You will be surprised by the results you get.


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