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Phonology seems to be a secondary area of learning that can supplement general English learning, but it is important and can serve to add depth to a student's learning. Phonology as the study of sounds represents things like stress, rhythm and intonation. These areas can be challenging because a native speaker learns these things without having to think about them. Stress and rhythm can be learned through practice as they appear intuitive enough. Rise and fall rhythm and fall and rise rhythm are easy enough to pick up on from context clues alone. Phenomes are a but more challenging. It is useful to use activities such as peer dictation, making sounds yourself and tongue twisters to pick up on the differences in sound that each phenome makes. Using diagrams as well can help to detail the different ways that the mouth works so that students can understand the differences between plosive(explosion) and fricative(friction) sounds.