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Phonetics work walk



In session 19 we are working on our pronunciation again. Let's practise the /au-al/ sound. Listen to the following words:

tall
talk
walk

call
hall
crawl

ball
mall
wall

long
launch

want
wand
aunt

halt
fault

cause
bald
salt

wash
watch

audio
automatic

daugther
laundry

My daughter always walks to the launderette to wash her laundry and talk.
Paul is tall and always walks in the long hall to make a call.
Our aunt wants salt.
What caused your daughter to walk?

Now, listen to the following sentences:
We often work at night.
We often walk at night.
We walk to work.
At our workplace there are people from all walks of life.
We don't like working late and walking to work.

OK, you can call us in Leipzig to talk.
Author: Torsten Daerr