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Say It from Oxford

Seller: Oxford University Press
Price: FREE

Download Say It from Oxford free via AppsHawk.

How good is your English pronunciation? Listen to words from Oxford’s dictionaries, record yourself and get instant visual feedback to improve your confidence.

Search and listen to 30,000 model recordings of British English and 40,000 American English words, taken from our world-famous Oxford University Press dictionaries. Learn key sounds to improve your pronunciation, fluency and confidence.

The app is free to try with 100 sample words, 4 tests and 12 phonetic sounds. Add more content with your choice of in-app purchases, including tests and sound chart from Oxford’s English File course. Users of the original version of Say It will be given access to their current content, plus additional words and features when they update. Their personal word list will be transferred to My Words.

Record yourself saying each word and then compare your pronunciation to the Oxford model recording. Instant, personalised audio-visual feedback will help you identify precisely what you need to improve. Share your recording and sound wave with a friend or teacher directly from the app.

Say It was the 2016 Winner of the English-Speaking Union President's Award for New Technology in ELT.

- Listen to the individual sounds in each word with interactive phonetic spelling
- Identify difficult sections in each word by slowing down your recording – just touch and drag
- Discover where you need to improve by comparing your sound wave and stress marker against the model example
- Keep track of your progress, save recordings to your My Words list and add a rating
- Test yourself across 3 levels or tap shuffle to try any word in the dictionary
- Use it on your own, with friends, or in class with your teacher

If you are a visual learner…
Improve your pronunciation using the English File sound chart. It’s designed to help you connect tricky sounds to words and images, making learning easier. Tap an illustration to hear individual sounds from the phonetic alphabet and hear how it is pronounced as part of a word.