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AUDIO BASED ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION PRACTICE
topic: TEST # 9

Welcome to our series of pronunciation practice exercises for ESL students. These quizzes are designed to help you learn and practice correct (American) English pronunciation, and are designed for all levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced). Here's what you do:

1. Click on the button to the right of each number.
2. Listen to the word(s).
3. Choose the word(s) that you heard from the three choices.
4. Click on "CHECK ANSWERS" to see how you did.

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1.
Which word do you hear?
  staff
  stiff
  Steve

2.
Which word do you hear?
  lead
  load
  lid

3.
Which word do you hear?
  lead
  lid
  load

4.
Which word do you hear?
  lid
  load
  lead

5.
Which word do you hear?
  pull
  pool
  pole

6.
Which word do you hear?
  pull
  pool
  pole

7.
Which word do you hear?
  pole
  pull
  pool

8.
Which word do you hear?
  fool
  full
  foul

9.
Which word do you hear?
  full
  foul
  fool

10.
Which word do you hear?
  foul
  full
  fool

CHECK ANSWERS


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