American English Pronunciation #2: How to Pronounce the Sound /er/

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.

better

nicer

faster

smarter

richer

Maria is better than Juan.

Maria is nicer than Juan.

Maria is faster than Juan.

Maria is smarter than Juan.

Maria is richer than Juan.

7 thoughts on “American English Pronunciation #2: How to Pronounce the Sound /er/”

  1. Hello!
    It is good practice for me for sound of “er” comparative adjective using
    and how to use right pronunciation.
    Thank you for your lesson.

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