American English Pronunciation #8: Vowel Sounds

Part 1: DIRECTIONS: Watch and pronounce with the video 2 or 3 times.

Part 2: DIRECTIONS: Practice pronunciation by reading aloud the following words and sentences.

Aanimal, alphabet, argument

Eevent, earn, elephant

Iinteract, independent, island

Oover, obtain, ornate

Uunder, understand, unique

A tiger is a dangerous animal.

Do you know the American alphabet.

They had an argument on the way to work.

Which event are you going to?

How much money do you earn?

How heavy is an elephant?

You need to interact with people in English.

He is single because he likes to be independent.

I want to go on vacation on an island.

Let’s go over there and have a drink.

Did you obtain your passport yet?

The decorations are quite ornate.

The kid was hiding under the table.

Do you understand my English?

She is a unique individual.

9 thoughts on “American English Pronunciation #8: Vowel Sounds

  1. Hello!
    This is Nandar. Today, I have learned about the vowel sound. It has a few ways to think about it. It has three parts there are tongue, lips and facial muscles . For tongue, it has three tongue level which are low, medium and high level in the mouth. It goes three ways at front, middle and back. And then lip can be rounded and not rounded. Facial muscle can be relaxed and tense. Thank you very much, Sir!

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