American English Pronunciation #30: How to Pronounce: Difficult Vowel Sounds /ɛ/ and / æ/

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. Fred, my best friend, is a technology expert. I have a bad headache. It has lasted for several days. I’m planning to visit some family and friends in January.

American English Pronunciation #29: How to Pronounce: Difficult Vowel Sounds /I/ and /i/

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. dig still feet green feeling He wants to dig a hole in the ground. She is still beautiful after all these years. He washed his feet. The plant is Read More …

American English Pronunciation #28: How to Pronounce: /oɪ/ as in boy

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. oil avoid join toy enjoy employ We need to purchase some cooking oil. It’s important to avoid negative people. Let’s go join a club. The girl likes her toy. Read More …

American English Pronunciation #22: How to Pronounce: /ʊ/: the sound of modal verbs

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. could should would good stood neighborhood push pull full Would you like to go to the movies? I feel very good today. I live in a safe neighborhood. Please Read More …

American English Pronunciation #21: How to Pronounce: /oʊ/ a travelling sound

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. boat road open slowly home Let’s find a boat and go fishing. Let’s drive on that road. Let’s celebrate and open the champagne. Let’s cross the street slowly. Let’s Read More …

American English Pronunciation #19: How to Pronounce: /ɔ/: A lawful sound

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. law awesome awful author audition caught daughter fought bought always tall small The tall man is a professional basketball player. I bought a sports car a few years ago. Read More …