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REQUIREMENT OF THE EXAMINATION ON ORALS

REQUIREMENT OF THE EXAMINATION ON ORALS 

The aspects of oral English tested in the examination include the following: vowels, consonants, rhymes, word-stress, emphatic stress and phonetic symbols.

Vowels: There are twenty vowels in the English language. They include twelve pure vowels and eight diphthongs.

Consonants: There are twenty four consonants in the English language. They are classified into three groups, place of articulation, manner of articulation and state of the glottis.

Word-stress: This refers to the amount of pressure exerted when pronouncing a particular syllable of a word. The syllable with the stress is marked with a slash at the top in the dictionary.

Emphatic Stress: This is the stressing of particular word more than other words in a sentence. Such  a stress normally has its implications in terms of the meaning of the sentence.

See also  CONTRACTIONS WITH PRONOUNS

Rhymes: When two or more words have a similar sound at the end, they are said to rhyme.

 

See also

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Astronomy

PUNCTUATION

Capitalization

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