Listen to the Questions and Repeat then Record

LISTEN to QUESTIONS & RECORD your RESPONSES

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Build your own Dialogue TYPE #1

LISTEN to QUESTIONS & RECORD your RESPONSES

Greetings and personal information

BYOD #01
Greetings and personal information

 

Stating your preferences

BYOD #02
Stating preferences

 

Chat up lines

BYOD #03
??!!Chat up lines!!??

 

talking about your daily routine

BYOD #04
Daily routine

 

talking about a night out

BYOD #05
A night out

 

 

talking about your job

BYOD #06
Have you ever…..#1Talking about your Job

 

talking about Social Networking

BYOD #07
Social Networking

 

BYOD #08
Talking about your Hometown

 

talking about your favourite things

BYOD #09
Talking about your Favourite Things

 

talking about your last holiday

BYOD #10
Your Last Holiday

 

Have you ever .....done that

BYOD #12
Have you ever......(job#2)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Build your own dialogue for smart kids

 

RECORD your QUESTIONS to the ANSWERS in the following

talking about hobbies

BYOD #15
Talking about your hobbies

 

talking about your school

BYOD #11
Talking about your school

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Build your own dialogue TYPE #2

You RECORD your QUESTIONS

 

Build your own dialogue TYPE #2

You RECORD both QUESTIONS and RESPONSES

Coming soon!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Build your own soliloquy

A little more difficult

Coming soon!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Build your own Short Monologue

Coming soon!

Build your own Longish Monologue


 

Under Construction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

System Requirements: Win7, Win10; Microphone (internal or external) and speakers or headphones.
(PLEASE NOTE: this doesn't work so well on mobile phones so please use your laptops!!)

To develop fluency, there are three things you can do, depending on
how good your pronunciation is

FIRST THING: Shadowing the Qs

1. Listen ONLY to the 12 Questions
; then
2. Say each question several time then record yourself repeating them 

(Try to match the rhythm, intonation, stress etc);

then

3. Download the result 
and compare your voice with the original.

 

 

SECOND THING: Shadowing the Qs & As

1. Listen to the 12 questions and sample answers;
(You can see all the transcripts

or or or

by going HERE.

Copy and paste into Googletranslate if you

DON'T UNDERSTAND)

then
2. Practice listening and repeating the sample answers several times then record yourself repeating them 
(Try to match the rhythm, intonation, stress etc);

then

3. Download the full dialogue to hear the results.

THIRD THING: Creating your Dialogue

1. Listen to the 12 Questions. DON'T listen to the answers;
THINK of YOUR responses to these questions
(using at least 2 or 3 of the WH QUESTIONS)
Who? What? Where? When? How? Which? Why?
Who? Who with? Who to? etc
(If you wish, you can type them up in YOUR LANGUAGE first, then
a. Copy and Paste into GoogleTranslate)
b. Copy the English version and Paste into Microsoft Word or similar; and
c. Run the Spelling and Grammar check and revise accordingly
or send to me or one of your friends at HiNative.com (JOIN! It's FREE!) for further correction
then
2. Practice listening and repeating your sample answers several times and record yourself; then
3. Download the full dialogue to hear the results

Thank you all.
I look forward to hearing your feedback.
This is very much a WIP ie a Work in Progress

Enjoy!
Regards,

Kelvin
PS
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http://www.thefreedictionary.com/temporal
http://russell.thefreelibrary.com/The-Analysis-of-Mind/9-1#temporal