Four teenagers and a narrator engage in a discussion of
pronunciation problems. They identify such common problems as
sound smudging, word grunting, and transposing, changing, dropping and adding sounds. They learn that pronunciation can be improved by using the dictionary, listening to yourself (using a wire recorder, a pre-tape form of home recording device) and listening to others.

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