Not really. Actually my project… Well, it involves some annotations in the particular edition here. They haven't been reproduced because they are really not part of the text. You know, they generally clean them up. They are quite hard to see.
Well, often the characteristics of the manuscripts have been recorded. These types of extraneous markings might also be noted.
I don't think they are. They are very faint, and, well, I think I have a new angle on them. There was a study once a long time ago about these notes that everybody else has since taken for granted without checking for themselves. I think there might have been a mistake in the past, that they were misread.
So get Professor Gray…
Uh…she's away this semester. I had to beg her to give me extra time on this project. I haven't even received a grade in the class yet. And this class is a prerequisite for other classes in my major. I really need to see those books so I can finish up this project and get back on course to graduate on time.
这段音频中出现了多处失爆和叠合的现象，这些发音现象是同学们的辨音难点。比如音频当中的失爆发生在了：haven't been 两个单词中间；叠合发生在了单词 involves 和 some 之间，has 和 since 之间，以及 this 和 semester 之间。如果同学们识别不出这些语音现象，就无法准确把握音频内容，成绩也就不能得到实质性的提高。那么，解决大家这个问题的关键就是进行托福听力精听训练，使耳朵熟悉英文的发音规律。
1. annotation 注解
3. extraneous markings 外部标记
5. have a new angle on 对……有个新视角
6. get back on course to do sth 回到做某事的正确轨道上
**mad John** [word_audio_src=http://langlib-public.langlib.com/Peripheral/Phonetic/2-1-2-1-02.mp3]
**lap dog** [word_audio_src=http://langlib-public.langlib.com/Peripheral/Phonetic/2-1-2-1-01.mp3]
即前面单词结尾辅音与紧随其后的单词的起始辅音为同一个音时，只需读一次，而不必将这个音读两次。这种情形常发生在[b], [p], [t], [k], [d], [g] 等辅音出现的时候。
**bad desk** [word_audio_src=http://langlib-public.langlib.com/Peripheral/Phonetic/2-1-1-1-01.mp3]
**good day** [word_audio_src=http://langlib-public.langlib.com/Peripheral/Phonetic/2-1-1-1-02.mp3]