Listen to a fellow-student reading the replies. Tell him (her) what his (her) errors in pronunciation are.

12. Read the drill sentences according to the given model. Concentrate your attention on the High Pre-Head:

Verbal Context Drill
Was it difficult? Surprisingly so.
I thought you've been there. So I have.
It's not Mary who phoned you yesterday. Well who, then?
He's leaving tonight. How d'you know?
He says he is going to leave. Does he really intend to leave?
This book isn't interesting. Will that one be more interesting?
Shall I tell him about it? By all means tell him.
I've failed. Try once more, then.
I'm not well. Go home, then.
Thank you so much. Not at all!
Look at this picture. How wonderful!
Here is a book for you. How good of you!

III. HIGH PRE-HEAD + LOW RISE (+ TAIL)

Model: -He /won't

13. Listen carefully to the following conversational situations. Concentrate your attention on the intonation of the replies:

Verbal Context Drill
Time to go. I know.
Is that right? I think so.
Did he check the result? He did.
Have you any cigarettes left? A few.
I wouldn't dream of going in for it. Why not?
You won't catch me going by air. Why don't you like flying?
Now write down your answer. Will pencil do?
Anybody for more tea? May I have another cup?
What a miserable day! Cheer up.
Let me carry it for you. Look out.
Would you like an orange? Yes, please. No, thank you!
I'm off to bed. Good night, dear!

Listen to the replies and repeat them in the intervals. Make your voice rise high when pronouncing the High Pie-Head.

Listen to the Verbal Context and reply in the intervals.

In order to fix the High Pre-Head in your mind, ear and speech habits pronounce each reply several times until it sounds perfectly natural to you.

Listen to a fellow-student reading the replies. Tell him (her) what his (her) errors in pronunciation are.



18. Read the drill sentences according to the given model. Concentrate your attention on the High Pie-Head:

Verbal Context Drill
Do you need any more magazines? That'll do.
I'm afraid I can't do it. As usual.
He is a good writer. He is.
He has left He has what?
I'm going to St. Petersurg tomorrow. To where?
I'm going to the theatre tonight. May I go with you ?
Will you be present at the party? Do you want me to?
What shall I do next? Go home.
Jack is still out. Don't worry.
Good morning, Mrs. Brown, Hallo, Mary!
See you presently. So long, old chap.

Give your own replies to the Verbal Context of Ex. 1, 6, 7, 12, 13, 18.


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