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How to Pronounce ALL ENGLISH Sounds: American English Lesson with Английский subtitles   Complain, DMCA

Hi, I'm Vanessa from SpeakEngli­shWithVane­

Are you ready to practice all the sounds in\nEnglis­h?

Are you ready to exercise your pronunciat­ion\nmuscl­es?

I hope so, because today we're gonna go through\n

There's a little bit of controvers­y about\n

let's just stick with the standard 44 and\npract­ice together.

I want you to listen to what I'm saying, but\n

my tongue, my teeth, my facial muscles, because\n

Do you think that just listening to my pronunciat­ion\n

You need to speak out loud, so I challenge\­n

That's gonna be the best way for you to improve.

Short A, a, a, apple, after, a, e, e, every,\n

Do you notice that some of these words don't\n

Watch out for those words because English\n

Let's go into six long vowel sounds.

A, A, make, flavor, A. E, E, feet, evening,\n

O. U, U, unique, rescue, U. Ooh, ooh, flu,\nflu, group, ooh.

Let's go into 18 consonant sounds.

Like we saw before with those short vowel\n

not represente­d by the letter that you think.

So, just watch out for that different color\n

is represente­d by those letters.

What's happening here with these two Ts?

They're changing to a D sound in American\n­English.

Often when there's a T surrounded by vowels,\n

Let's practice that one more time.

F, F, fan, phone, often, enough, F. G, g,\n

J, j, jewelry, giraffe, edge, j.

L, L, life, love, laughter, L. Sometimes you\n

M, M, map, summer, some, M.\nN, N, funny, nose, note.

Listen to what happens when I hold my nose\n

It's almost impossible to say an N, so make\n

Your nose is important to say N, N.\nP, p, pig, please, flip, p.

S, s, sun, circle, pace, course, s.

There is a T, but like we talked about in\n

Sweater, not a T.\nV, v, Vanessa, five, of, V. W, w, went, quick

Y, y, yellow, yes, yay, y. Z, z, zip, scissors,\­nhis, z.

Do you know what ship shape means?

Th, Th, this, that, these, those, th.

This is not commonly used, but it's one of\nthe 44 sounds.

Sometimes some people will pronounce the W\n

This is quite uncommon, but I wanted to include\n

Personally I don't really recommend using\n

Ng, ng, sing, bring, going, ng.

Nk, nk, sink, blink, crank, nk.

Now let's go onto three R controlled vowels.

And finally, let's go onto some special sounds\nan­d diphthongs­.

This is a diphthong, which means it's a vowel\n

We practiced that with the word boy.

Do you see how my lips are changing?

Did you exercise your pronunciat­ion muscles?

Now I have a question for you.

I want to know in the comments which sound\n

If you want to take it to the next level,\n

use that sound so that you can practice that.

Thank you so much for learning English with\n

a new lesson here on my YouTube channel.

The next step is to download my free e-book,\n

You'll learn what you need to do to speak\n

Don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel\n


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