Developed on the lines of Onescript, one of the finest dissertation on English language acquisition, and a convincing spelling reform in the history of English language, “Readmyscript” is an impassioned attempt to help you realize the sounds in English language.
If you refer to dictionary, you may get to know of pronunciation of a word but not the reason.
“Readmyscript” program gives you reasons behind origin of words and pronunciation in English language so that you don’t have to refer to dictionaries before deciding to use a word!
“Readmyscript” Program is a holistic approach that is centered on the root cause of spelling and pronunciation difficulties. It brings you a learning system to help you respect word sounds; helps you learn English the easy and the right way even if your mother tongue isn't English.
How Readmyscript benefits you?
- With Readmyscript program, you learn to read, write and speak effectively which increases your self -assurance in speaking, spelling, and writing words correctly.
- Program provide tools to identify the exact word sound, and gives empirical descriptions to syllabification, which are very promising in terms of individual predictions of sound value and vowel quality.
- Integrated course to study phonetic alternations to capture morphological variables, and morphological alternations to capture phonetic variables.
- You get to know of structural behavior of letters; what would be the sound in different physical arrangements; disquisition of whys and wherefores of anomalies.
- Program lays emphasis on sounds than just the physical representation and memorization.
- Explains how sound probability and habitual imitation affect second language acquisition; how different scripting styles and sound probabilities affect our speech.
- Defines different types of syllable structures and how does the structural arrangement affect the nature of a vowel sound.
- Defines different types of syllables and how does a structural change can affect the nature of a vowel. It helps learner speak and write with confidence, and eliminates all of their pronunciation and speaking difficulties.
6 Exclusive FREE Practice sessions also available !
What’s in the course:
- 10 LIVE interactive online classes + 6 FREE Practice classes
- Course timings: Saturdays 8 AM - 11 AM (Indian Standard Time)
- Online access to study material
- 5 online tests to asses your performance
Chapter 1: Vowel sounds
- ‘aυ’ sound, ‘oi’ sound, ‘wa:’ sound, short soft ‘u’ sound, schwa sound, ‘ju:’
Chapter 2: Syllables
- Closed Syllables: Complete Closed and Free Closed Syllables
- Free Open Syllables
- Soft Open Syllables
- Soft Closed
- Weak Syllables & Weak Combinations.
Chapter 3: Syllabification
Chapter 4: Positioning and quality of vowel sounds
Chapter 5: Vowel quality in different syllables
Chapter 6. Effects
- Double Consonant
- Syllable isolation
- Stress location
- Solid vowel sound retention
- Weak Syllable and weak combinations effect:
- In multi-syllabic words
- On free open syllables with vowel ‘I’
- Weak syllable effect on closed syllable or free closed syllable
- Palatization and loss of vowel ‘I’ in weak combinations
Chapter 7: ‘∫’ , ‘t∫’ and ‘k’sounds.
Chapter 8: Gap
Chapter 9: Palatization: S, C, T, D, G
Chapter 10: Soft vowel combination effect on quality of vowels sound in solid syllables and multi syllabic words
Chapter 11: Closing realities of vowel ‘R’
- Solid vowel before closing consonant ‘r ’( a,e,i,u)
- Weak vowel before closing consonant ‘r’.
- ‘R’ as closing consonant & its effects on soft ‘a’, ‘e’, ‘i’, ‘u’, ‘o’
- Schwa before closing consonant ‘r’
Chapter 12: Plural closing.
Chapter 13: Soft vowel ‘I’ sound in closed combinations and multi -syllabic words
- Pure vowel ‘I’
- Vowel ’I’ with schwa
Chapter 14. Vowel combinations
Chapter 15: Core words and word stress in derivatives
Chapter 16: Free open syllable in the end and word stress
Chapter 17: Closed syllable in the end
Chapter 18: Soft open syllable in the end
Chapter 19: Subscripting styles & their impact on speech
Chapter 20: Libertarian and conservative views over the usage of English
Chapter 21: Transmutation of English sounds and English spelling structures