Phonicsの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Phonics」を含む文の意味

Q: This is a phonics poster.

What is the last one?
saw, laundry, ball and what is this?
Water? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: 水だと思います。この例には同じAの音があります。

「Phonics」を翻訳

Q: 1)다음 수업 시간에 학습할 phonics 관련 자료도 함께 올립니다.참고하세요.
2)다음 수업 시간에 학습할 action verbs관련 자료도 함께 올립니다.참고하세요. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: 1) “We will upload phonics-related material for your next class.”

You can also start the sentence with “Please note:” as in ->

“Please note: we will upload phonics-related material for your next class.”

2) “We will upload action verbs related material in the next class.”
~or~
“We will upload material related to action verbs in the next class.”

Again, you can start the sentence with “Please note:”

In both sentences, you should be able to say “for your next class” or “in the next class” to communicate the same message. I used a translator so I am not sure 😅 good luck!!

「Phonics」についての他の質問

Q: Was it difficult to learn phonics when you were a kid?
please let me know, some useful web-site to learn phonics If you know.
A: There are a lot of free online games to learn phonics that are very common. Here are a two.
https://www.starfall.com/h/index-kindergarten.php

https://www.abcya.com/
Q: I bought an English phonics's book owing to improve my pronouociation today. Japanese sounds is complete different from English ones. So I figure that I need to practice " to speak loud and to listen to audio books I have " day by day to approach my pronouociation Native Sounds as much as possible. I'm so fascinating with larning English ,comparing with Japanese. Each laungage is so interesting! I really enjoy it!! この表現は自然ですか?
A: × I bought an English phonics's book owing to improve my pronouociation today.
✓ Today I bought an English phonics's book to improve my pronunciation

× Japanese sounds is complete different from English ones.
✓ Japanese sounds are complete different from English ones.

× So I figure that I need to practice " to speak loud and to listen to audio books I have " day by day to approach my pronouociation Native Sounds as much as possible.
✓ So I figure that I need to practice speaking and listening so that day by day, I’ll sound closer to native English speakers

× I'm so fascinating with larning English ,comparing with Japanese.
✓ I'm much more interested in learning English than Japanese.

× Each laungage is so interesting!
✓ Langurs are so interesting!

Q: I learned phonics. One of that is about closed syllable. That means the vowel at closed syllable is called as long vowel, like paper.
On the other hand, the name of Japanese is written by katakana, like Tanaka or Suzuki or something. How does English native speaker call this word when he doesn't know how to call?
A: English speakers will usually pronounce the "a" in tanaka like the "a" in Apple. Basically they will say whatever they want and it will most likely be wrong.
Q: Japanese should study phonics. If we study phonics, we can know how pronounce lots of words we don't know the meaning. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Japanese should study phonics. If we study phonics, we can know how to pronounce lots of words we don't know the meaning of.

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