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45, which repre seils Et; / ; the voiced andweakly articulated counterpart ol E/s/ . rt of the hard palate. As the stop is relcased it assumesthe(very similar) position for E/s/. Much has beenwritten about rvhether this sound shouldbe considered to be one phoneme ortwo. sound as consisring of a special allophone of E /t/ , followed by an allophone of E /i/ . Others treat it as a single stop phoneme, comparable with E/p' t' k,/. Butnomatter which view we hold, the sound and the problems in teaching it remain the same.
2. i1i:ll", t meaningful, interesring material should precede drill on grammar and vocabulary, Grammatical and lexical drills, in fact, dependfor much of their value on the student,s ability to relate them to larger meaningful context. Whar? Material to be memorized or practically memorized, whether rt rs dialogue or non-dialogue, should have all four of these characteristics: It It It It should should should should be an authentic sample of modern usage. be intelligible to the student. be interesting to the student.
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A workbook in language teaching: With special reference to English as a foreign language by Earl W Stevick