Pronunciation games/ worksheets

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Articles on teaching English pronunciation

Teaching pronunciation articles (16 articles, most with game ideas)

Pronunciation games/ worksheets index pages

Pronouncing the alphabet games/ worksheets

Silent letters games/ worksheets

Consonant clusters games/ worksheets page

Minimal pairs games/ worksheets page

Word stress games/ worksheets page

Rhyming words games/ worksheets page

English syllables games/ worksheets page

Homophones games/ worksheets page

Business English pronunciation games and worksheets

Lists of useful words for teaching pronunciation

Pronunciation lists

and see the minimal pairs, silent letters and homophones index pages above for lists on those topics

Other photocopiable pronunciation classroom activities (combining the points above and other points)

Elision in IELTS Listening – NEW

Connected speech in IELTS Listening – NEW

Schwa in IELTS Listening

Nationality words syllables and stress card games (with pelmanism and snap)

English collocations counting syllables consonant clusters practice

Regular Simple Past pronunciation and storytelling

Irregular Simple Past pronunciation and storytelling

Pronunciation peer correction (teacher training worksheet)

Alphabet homophones and minimal pairs – expanded and updated version

Business Past Participles pronunciation

Business English Silent Letters and Syllables

Pronouncing place names

Magic E for business students

Schwa for business students

Business Simple Past pronunciation

Financial English four syllable word stress

Updated 7 June 2023

3 Responses to Pronunciation games/ worksheets

  1. John says:

    Hi Alex, I’m not familiar with your website as yet, but I’m looking for game ideas (for pre-intermediate learners). Do you have anything or any suggestions? Hope you don’t mind me asking, it’s for this Monday already?

    I’m looking for game ideas at the end of class (a flexi-stage) whereby the learners :
    1) need to figure out long sounds vs short sounds or
    2) have a pronunciation game

  2. alexcase says:

    Minimal pairs game ideas here:
    Please let me know if you have more questions.

  3. John says:

    Thanks Alex, you’re a star :)

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