MY FAIR LADY (B1+)

WHAT´S THE LINK BETWEEN THESE TWO PICTURES?

WHAT´S THE STORY ABOUT? HOW IMPORTANT IS GOOD PRONUNCIATION

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Posted on November 2, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Paz Cerveró de Beaumont

    Two pictures advertise the same musical work. One of them is for the movie and the other one is for the musical theatre.

    The musical movie is about how to teach Aliza who is a seller of violetes to speak English correctly. Henry Higgins who is a snob linguist meets Aliza and he’s inmediately interested in her language. then Higgins makes a bet with his friend colonel Pickering that Aliza is passed by a lady of high society in six months.

    Good pronunciaton is the most importat so that you can undestand.

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  2. I think the link between two pictures is the hat and the pose of the two actresses.
    In the Uk the pronunciation it’s very important because accentuate the differences between social classes and levels of education.

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