Posted by: Idioma Extra | September 18, 2014

Grammar Guru


Minimal Pairs

There are many words that sound very similar in English. If they only differ with one sound, they are called “minimal pairs.” An example of this is:  ferry (f) and very (v).

ferry

Below is a game/quiz that will help you listen for and learn to distinguish between common minimal pairs in English. This is excellent listening practice!

Click here to get on the very fast ferry and learn to distinguish Minimal Pair.


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