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First of all I would like to say that this unit was the most difficult for me so far. This is one of the most important units as well. As students come to the foreign teacher classes because the want to learn English as closest as they can to native speakers pronunciation. I am not a native speaker but trying my best to sound naturally as native speakers would do. I was familiar with phonemic symbols for a long time. So this was not something difficult for me or new. But at the same time this unit has a lot of difficult terminology for me as it says about articulation. Even though this unit has very basic information about articulation. I was studying phonology in Ukrainian language before. So it helped me to better understand the point of learning this branch of English language. But at the same time I've got a lot of new things. Also I would like to say that videos are very helpful at learning this unit.