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Pronunciation seems to be one of the most neglected aspects of teaching the English language. Although it can be very beneficial for students to learn as much as possible about the correct pronounciation and articulation of words / phrases, many teachers do not see the need in covering this important topic at all. That can have different reasons, but mostly teachers skip pronunciation lessons because they do not feel comfortable enough with it themselves. This problem does not only affect non-native English teachers, but everyone who finds it difficult to hear and distinguish certain features of speech. With using the right intonation of a sentence or stressing single words appropriately, students may find it easier to express their emotions in an other language. A certain knowledge in this field can even push a student's confidence in using the English language on a more regular basis. For achiving that, it may be crucial to incorporate stress, rhythm and intonation practices into a lesson. Teaching the International Phonetic Alphabet may also be a good idea to intensify student's understanding of pronunciation. There are different techniques and approaches for designing a lesson to teach pronounciation. While some teachers prefer to devote whole lessons to it, others may just want to cover this topic when required by the students. All in all, there is no right or wrong here, as long as the teacher consideres to incorporate pronunciation in lessons at all.