Vowels（元音） -pure vowels（單元音）
he sea tree field
green leaves deep sea
clean street eat the meat
A: Would you like coffee or tea?
B: Tea, please.
A: OK. I have tea, too.
pin ship hill chicks
a big ship fifty pictures
Miss Smith interesting films
A: Is Lily in?
B: Lily is ill in bed.
C: Oh, I’m sorry.
pen head leg well
ten pence very well
expensive cigarettes went to America
A: How did you spend your holiday?
B: I went to Beijing.
A: Was it expensive?
B: Yes ,very.
apple lantern hand parachute
black cat mad man
traveling bag matter-of –fact
A: Ann is traveling to Japan.
B: How happy she is !
A: She is very happy.
Vowels（元音） -pure vowels（單元音）
girl bird work turn
early bird superb work
thirsty person perfect search
A: He always arrives work early.
B: But he wasn’t early this morning.
A: You weren’t early either.
teacher picture breakfast welcome
a glass of water a quarter to seven
brothers and sisters a book about China
A: look at the clock！
B: what’s the time?
A: it’s a quarter to seven
cup run jump flood
hurry up! trust us!
rubbish dump mustn’t worry
A: It’s sunny today.
B: Yes, isn’t it.
A: My uncle will go to London next
B: How lucky he is!
zoo who food blue
a tooth for a tooth Sue and Lucy
fruit juice two shoes
A: Look at my new shoes?
B: Oh, they are beautiful.
A: Your boots are beautiful, too.
foot wood book push
good cook good book
couldn’t look pudding without sugar
A: Where did you put the book?
B: Which book?
A: The book you bought yesterday.
fork ball morning airport
four balls score board
morning glory sports reporter
A: I see two children on the blackboard.
B: He is short.
A: She is shorter.
cock shop job hospital
hot coffee long job
on the box drop the pot
A: I have a bad cough.
B: You must see a doctor.
A: Yes, I must go to the hospital.
car garden star guitar
fast car half mast
heart transplant stars and bars
A: You look very smart today.
B: Thank you.
C: What a marvelous dancer you are.
Let me take a photograph of you.
face rain cake wait
eight cakes waste paper
railway station wait for the mail
A: It’s my birthday today.
B: Happy birthday
A: Thank you. Come to my birthday party.
And don’t be late.
sky kite write bicycle
white lie high tide
eye for eye silent night
A: It’s a fine day today. The sun is shining
B: Yes, I feel hot. I like an ice-cream now.
A: Yes, I do, too.
boy boil noise coin
a spoilt boy a noisy toy
an annoying voice Joyce's boyfriend
A: Look at my toy gun.
B: Oh, what a good toy!
A: Shall we join our friends in the garden?
B: Yes, let’s go.
coast throw boat toe
Joe’s coat go to the window
load and unload throw a snowball
A: Look! He has a boat.
B: Is he going to row?
A: I think so.
cow house mouth trousers
shout out brown mouse
down town round lounge
A: Is she milking the cow?
B: Yes, she is.
A: Is the cow in he house?
B: No. She is on the dairy farm.
ear queer zero beard
the atmosphere here queer skier
weary mountaineer experienced engineer
A: Let’s have some beer here.
B: What a good idea!
A: What shall we do after having beer?
B: We shall go to the theatre.
hair bare pear chair
millionaire’s heir mayor’s parents
square chairs careful librarian
A: Where is my pen?
B: It’s over there on the chair.
A: Thank you. It’s really there.
tour poor jury gourd
poor tourists tour from China
furious jury European gourd
A: I received a letter from my uncle. He’s
sick with influenza.
B: I’m sorry. Is he still in Europe.
A: Yes. He’s still working in London.
B: He must speak fluent English.
濁輔音 ： 發音時聲帶震動
清輔音 ／p／ ／t／ ／k／ ／f／ ／θ／
濁輔音／b／ ／d／ ／g／ ／v／ ／ð／
清輔音 ／s／ ／ ∫ ／ ／t∫／ ／ts／ ／tr／
濁輔音／z／ ／ 3 ／ ／d 3／ ／dz／ ／dr／
pig pot pond plan
pick up a pepper pot
a piece of pork a pen and a pencil
A: Do you collect stamps?
B: Yes, I do.
A: Will you show me your stamp album?
B: Yes, they are upstairs. Let me go and
bus bed bench brush
Big Ben a big bottle
beautiful blouses blue butterflies
A: Is this your handbag?
B: No, it isn’t my handbag is not brown.
A: What color is you handbag?
B: It’s black.
tie taxi tap telephone
tit for tat tip of the tongue
flat foot tale-teller
A: I’m hungry. I want something to eat.
B: What about some steak? Let’s go to the
A: Yes, let’s go.
door doctor head wind
darling daughter dark red
played cards listened to the radio
A: What did you do last night？
B: I studied last night.
A: Did you study all night?
B: No, I didn’t. I listened to the radio for
car duck clock park
the back of the car ask question
a quarter to six cool as cucumber
A: I like chocolate cakes.
B: You do? Do you often have chocolate cakes?
A: Yes, I do.
B: If you want to keep fit, don’t eat too many
bag dog goat grape
good girl go to the grocer’s
as good as gold get angry
A: Can you play the guitar?
B: Yes, I played my guitar in the garden and
song again and again with my friends last
A: You must have had a good time last night.
laugh fat fish family
fresh fruit fast food
soft sofa feel fine
A: Look at Freda! She is fashionable.
B: Her hat is funny.
A: Look at her fur coat. It’s fabulous.
vet village volcano television
lovely view village vet
leaving arriving leaves of the vine
A: Who’s driving the van?
B: I think victor is.
A: Who is victor?
B: He is my new neighbor, he has lived
here for only a few months.
tooth month thin thirsty
three thousand Martha's birthday
healthy author thirty mathematicians
A: My father is a mathematician.
B: No wonder you are good at mathematics.
A: To tell you the truth, my father never
teaches me math.
father breathe that feather
smooth leather get together
better than others another brother
A: Lily is taller than Mary.
B: But Mary is slimmer than Lily.
A: Look at them. They’re doing physical
sun small horse bicycle
sleep soundly expensive cigarettes
some books sit in the sun
A: These are cups.
B: Those are saucers.
A: They’re nice cups and saucers.
zoo prize bees nose
jazz music close the windows
these days zero animal
A: Let’s go to the zoo.
B: Good. I like looking at the zebras.
C: I like the monkeys there. Let’s go.
例詞：delicious [di'li??s 】
fish, sugar, shoe, shop, sure,show,Asia
fashion shops friendship association
British shoes washing machine
A: This shop sells washing-machines.
B: Do they sell air-conditioners, too.
garage treasure pleasure measure
an unusual collision measure a garage
a great decision my pleasure
A: Lily likes clothes for casual wear.
B: Clothes for casual wear are comfortable,
A: I like to wear them in my leisure time.
例詞：picture [?p?kt??r] kitchen [?k?t?(?)n]
cheek, chicken,nature,church, catch,watch
Chinese chess which butcher
chicken and chips change much
A: Where are the two children?
B: They’re having lunch.
A: Here are some cherries for them.
B: Thank you very much.
jeep jug orange bridge
a large jeep injured passengers
adjust the engine orange juice
A: I have an orange.
B: Oh, your orange is large. Look! I’ve
got a large sandwich.
A: Yes, it is a very large one.
students coats cats boats
friend friends 濁輔音后讀作／z／
cat cats 清輔音后讀作／s／
sport sports 清輔音后讀作／s／
fox foxes 以s.x.ch.sh結尾讀作／iz／
flash flashes 以s.x.ch.sh結尾讀作／iz／
candy candies 以輔音+y結尾-ies讀作／iz／
photo photos 元音后讀作／z／
knife knives 濁輔音后讀作／z／
└ 鼻音 ┘ └ 半元音┘
heart and hand high heels
head-to-head happy honeymoon
A: There was a car accident here last Sunday.
B: Oh, it’s horrible!
A: Were you here when the accident happened?
B: No, I only heard about it.
American waitress a married secretary
grown up children French restaurant
A: Rose works as a secretary at the railway
B: She does? She is a very pretty girl.
A: Yes, very.
man-made make a mistake
come tomorrow middle name
A: Mum has come back home.
A: Mom says we’ll go and see a movie tonight.
B: Yes, we certainly will.
ice cream [ais kri:m]
neat brandy a negative answer
telephone number harden the neck
A: What a nice postcard of the Grand Canyon!
B: They are wonderful.
A: Who sent it to you?
B: A friend of mine.
ring-ding rising diphthong
strong string playing ping-pang
A: Do you like drinking tea?
B: Yes, I do.
A: We are advised to drink more tea than coffee.
B: Tea is good for health.
短語 early for lunch leg of lamb
a glass of lemonade yellow jelly
A: Mum, is lunch ready? I’m hungry.
B: OK, lunch is ready.
A: What’s for lunch, Mum?
B: We’ll have lamb and potato salad.
yellow, yesterday,yard,young,yoghurt,yell yolk
yolk yellow new year’s day
new York university a tough onion
A: My brother was a music student.
B: What does he do now?
A: He is now in Europe working as a
YO-YO ['j?u j?u]
weight watcher weave a web
weeping willow wet wind
A: Don’t look out of the window.
B: Oh, I’m sorry, I’m thinking of my dog.
Today is a wet day.
A: Do you think your dog will be lost in the
woods on a wet day?