UNIT 1 Chapter 2 Lesson 1 /i/

LESSON 1 /i/

COMMON SPELLING PATTERNS  

i (most common)                           inch, list, spill

consonant+y+consonant              cyst, symbol, system

(Mojsin, 2016)

HOW TO PRONOUNCE

  1. Lips move sideways like you are smiling and not rounded
  2. Your tongue is relaxed
  3. Front part of your tongue moves A BIT high up and is near the roof of your mouth.
  4. Produce a short sound; like (イ)

英語耳 p. 70

LET US PRACTICE

ONE-SYLLABLE WORDS /i/
/i/
its /its/ rig /rig/
fix /fiks/ zig /zig/
mix /miks/ sip /sip/
TWO-SYLLABLE WORDS /i/

 INITIAL

  1. image
/’imidʒ/
  1. impart

/im’pɑɚt/

  1. inflate
/in’fleit/

MEDIAL

  1. village

/’vilidʒ/

  1. sister

/’sistɚ/

  1. rising

/’raiziŋ/

THREE-SYLLABLE WORDS /i/

INITIAL

  1. inquiry

/in’kwairi:/

  1. industry

/’indəstri:/

  1. impulsive

/im’pʌlsiv/

MEDIAL

  1. reality

/ri’æləti/

  1. opening

/’oupəniŋ/

  1. differences

/’difrənsis/

LET US PHRASE IT

  1. sip the rim

/sip ðə rim/

  1. the lid fits

/ðə lid fits/

  1. a big fish

/ə big fiʃ/

  1. hid his pin

/hid hiz pin/

TONGUE TWISTER

The fit kid hit the winning kid on the lip.

/ðə fit kid hit ðə winiŋ kid ɔn ðə lip/

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