How do you teach the pronunciation in English properly?
It seems hard for most of the Chinese to have a good pronunciation if they've never been abroad. Basically, the way that we speak in Chinese and English are totally different. The sounds in Chinese are mostly come from mouths but things go differently in English. If we speak in English in the way that we speak in Chinese, then it'll sound exactly like Chinglish. I am trying to figure out the basic concept of speaking in good English. For example, I always met a lot of troubles to teach the sound of "a", which mostly sounded like "e" from lots of kids that I have in my class. Also, it's not easy to teach the sound of "r" as well, especially when the syllable is not based on CVC.
It'll be my appreciate to have other suggestions to teach better pronunciation in English.
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