1. Speech Work: Monophthongs (Introduction)
  2. Comprehension/Summary: (Introduction to Summary)
  3. Vocabulary Development: (Words Associated with Agriculture)
  4. Structure: Nouns – Countable and Uncountable Nouns (Regular and Irregular Plurals)
  5. Writing Skills: Narrative – Linking Paragraphs


ASPECT: Speech Work

TOPIC: Monophthongs

Meaning of Monophthongs

Monophthongs can be defined as pure vowel sounds. They are part of vowel sounds which are produced without any obstruction in the oral or nasal cavity. There are twelve (12) pure vowel sounds (Monophthongs) in English language. It can further be divided into two parts (long and short vowels.)

Examples of Monophthongs

/i: / e.g. beat, seat, neat, feet, tea, sheep, quay, leave, seen, dean, etc.

/i/ e.g. bit, sit nymph, village, kid, kit, lip, skip, tip, ship, etc.

/e/ e.g. bed, bread, said, bury, many, any, net, belt, etc.

/æ/ e.g. cat, lack, pack, rat, mad, lad, mat, bat, etc.

/a: / e.g. car, dart, calm, heart, sharp, mark, farther, far, etc.

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