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R-Colored Vowel Sound / ɑr / as in “car” – American English Pronunciation
R-Colored Vowel Sound / ɑr / as in “car” – American English Pronunciation

hello there this is the sounds American channel in this video we’re going to talk about the American our colored vowel R as in the word car you can also hear this sound in words […] Read More

JJ sound in ‘Could You?’ — American English Pronunciation
JJ sound in ‘Could You?’ — American English Pronunciation
How to Pronounce “THS” sound – American English
How to Pronounce “THS” sound – American English
How to sound like a native speaker – Word Stress
How to sound like a native speaker – Word Stress

“Hi. I’m Jade. What we’re talking about today is word stress in English. What’s word stress? Well, it’s part of the rhythm of English, and it’s what can help your English sound much more natural. […] Read More

The /ɪ/ sound
The /ɪ/ sound

This is the /ɪ/ sound. As in the words: in /ɪn/ it /ɪt/ with /wɪð/ It is a Vowel sound and it’s technical name is the ‘Near-Close Near-Front Unrounded Vowel’. Remember that the key to […] Read More

The /e/ Sound
The /e/ Sound

This is the /e/ sound. As in the words: get /get/ when /wen/ then /ðen/ It is a Vowel sound and it’s technical name is the ‘Close-Mid Front Unrounded Vowel’. Remember that the key to […] Read More

The /i:/ Sound
The /i:/ Sound

This is the /i:/ sound. As in the words: be /biː/ me /miː/ need /niːd/ It is a Vowel sound and it’s technical name is the ‘Close Front Unrounded Vowel’. Remember that the key to […] Read More

The /ɜ:/ Sound
The /ɜ:/ Sound

This is the /ɜ:/ sound. As in the words: her /hɜː/ work /wɜːk/ learn /lɜːn/ It is a Vowel sound and it’s technical name is the ‘Open-Mid Central Unrounded Vowel’. Remember that the key to […] Read More

The /ð/ sound (th)
The /ð/ sound (th)

Hi there this is the /ð/ sound. As in the words: this /ðɪs/ that /ðæt/ other /’ʌðə/ The /ð/ is a sound from the ‘Consonants Pairs’ group and it is called the ‘Voiced dental fricative’. […] Read More

The /l/ Sound
The /l/ Sound

This is the /l/ sound, as in: all /ɔːl/ like /laɪk/ and look. /lʊk/ It is a sound from the Single Consonants group. The /l/ sound is called the “alveolar lateral approximant,” which means that […] Read More