With the arrival of many foreign languages, many linguists have questioned the use of pronunciation models for teaching English.
- What is the English language around the world(global English)?
- What is the EIL value for pronunciation?
- Research results
- What does pronunciation practice mean?
What is the English language around the world(global English)?
Today, the word “English around the world(global English)” is increasingly used, which means speaking English in all regions of the world between native speakers of a given country that uses the first language and speaks the foreign language / first language.
Only those who are learning English to communicate with native speakers in the United Kingdom, North America, Australia, and New Zealand can no longer speak English. It is also spoken internationally in countries/countries other than the first language of the first language, even in countries other than the country’s native language such as India, the Philippines, and Singapore. The last use of English is often called “English is a universal language” or EIL, which is this type of English Here I concentrate on about 1.5 billion people, the largest English speaking group.
What is the EIL value for pronunciation?
With the advent of many foreign languages, many linguists have questioned the use of native pronunciation patterns in teaching English. Their argument is not always the most obvious accent when a native speaker accent communicates with other native speakers.
For a clear pronunciation of EIL, it is necessary to take into account which pronunciation functions are important for mutual understanding when native speakers speak English and speakers who are different from other native languages that are not their native language at all.
The researchers analyzed the interaction of speakers who do not speak English to their mother tongue. The purpose is to determine the English pronunciation function of rice and English rice that is needed for easy pronunciation. This finding took place at the teacher’s pronunciation center known as the Apple Franca Core (Lingua Franca Core). This shows that it is a way for Lingua Franks’ interaction and not the interaction between Anglophones and Anglophones. Of the Apple, Franca Core is
- All consonants are important except “th” such as “thin” or “it”.
- Consonant groups are important at the beginning and end of words. For example, you can’t make a group of “string” words in “sting” or “tring” easier to make it easier to understand.
- The important thing is the difference between long vowels and short vowels. For example, the difference between vowels and vowels is “sitting down” and “sitting down.”
- Nuclear stress (Or tonic) is also needed This emphasizes the most important words (or syllables) in a group of words. For example, “My son uses a computer” as a neutral text, and the meaning “my son uses a computer” is different. Students do not use computers
On the other hand, many other subjects who regularly study English pronunciation are not needed to understand the EIL exchange.
- The sound of ‘Th’ (see above)
- The difference between the quality of vowel sounds is that the vowel length is unrelated. Some German speakers say “e” in the word “chess” to “a”, for example “cat”.
- Weak patterns such as “to”, “from” and “from” often have their vowels expressed in Schwa styles rather than in perfect quality.
- Other characteristics of related sounds such as absorption (The last sound of the word changes to the first sound of the next word, so “red ink” such as “painted”)
- Stress word
- Stressful time
These things are said to be important to native speakers because they are thought to help clarify or reinforce the accent.
What does pronunciation practice mean?
Students must choose In other words, for students to learn English and use it in an international context with other non-native languages, the pronunciation depends on the understanding of the EIL. You are usually better than the program that speaks. Until now, the pronunciation teacher tried to focus on the language as much as possible. However, in the case of EIL communication, this is not the most obvious and some unnecessary elements are not clear for other external media.
Unnecessary materials are important, not just But for clarity But also for society In the end, native speakers will have different accents depending on where they were born and where they lived. Why do native speakers who speak foreign languages not be allowed to do the same?
Finally, students should be familiar with other English accents in the phonics course so that speakers can easily understand them, even if they do not have basic functions. In the case of EIL, this is more important than learning media accents in the classroom.