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= PRONUNCIATION: third-person -s =
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== SPEAKING ==
  
'''Listen to the following pairs of sentences. Can you hear the difference in the pronunciation of the suffix –s between Sentence A and B?'''
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'''Listen to the following phrases from the recording and repeat.'''
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{{audio|Listen|M1_u1_l2_2.mp3|M1_u1_l2_2.mp3}}
  
{{audio|Listen|M1_u1_l2_3.mp3|M1_u1_l2_3.mp3}}
 
  
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My name’s Pauline; I’m thirty-five years old.
  
'''A:''' He wants to play the piano. 
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I’m a nurse.
'''B:''' She loves playing the piano.
 
  
'''A:''' He hates horse-riding. 
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Susan loves swimming and dancing, but she really hates school.  
'''B:''' She goes horse-riding every day.
 
  
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I’m Jake and I’m 21 – not married yet. No kids, either.
  
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I’m still living with my parents.
  
In Sentence '''A''' –s sounds like
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We look like a perfect family! Two plus two.
  
:<rightoption>s</rightoption>
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He has a good job in publishing, although he would really like to be a poet.
  
:<wrongoption>z</wrongoption>
 
  
In Sentence '''B''' –s sounds like
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:<wrongoption>s</wrongoption>
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'''Imagine you’ve just joined that book club, too, and now it’s your turn to introduce yourself and say something about your family. What would you say? Is your situation similar to Tricia’s, Jake’s or Pauline’s?'''
  
:<rightoption>z</rightoption>
 
</quiz>
 
 
 
 
The suffix ''–s'' is voiced (sounds like z) if it follows a vowel (goes) or a voiced consonant (loves).
 
  
 
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SPEAKING

Listen to the following phrases from the recording and repeat.

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My name’s Pauline; I’m thirty-five years old.

I’m a nurse.

Susan loves swimming and dancing, but she really hates school.

I’m Jake and I’m 21 – not married yet. No kids, either.

I’m still living with my parents.

We look like a perfect family! Two plus two.

He has a good job in publishing, although he would really like to be a poet.



Imagine you’ve just joined that book club, too, and now it’s your turn to introduce yourself and say something about your family. What would you say? Is your situation similar to Tricia’s, Jake’s or Pauline’s?


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