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  • Pronunciation of - First

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    Pronunciation of - First

    Pronunciation of - This

    01
    Pronunciation of - This

    English Pronunciation - Words ending with ION

    01
    English Pronunciation - Words ending with ION

    American Pronunciation 11

    01
    American Pronunciation 11

    Pronunciation of - He [Strong Form]

    01
    Pronunciation of - He [Strong Form]

    English Pronunciation - B and V

    01
    English Pronunciation - B and V

    Advanced English Pronunciation with Poetry

    01
    Advanced English Pronunciation with Poetry

    Pronunciation of - These

    01
    Pronunciation of - These

    Pronunciation of - Long

    01
    Pronunciation of - Long

    English Pronunciation - F and V

    01
    English Pronunciation - F and V

    01

    Pronunciation of English Vowels   

    Level - Beginner-Intermediate
    English vowels are - A, E, I, O, U
    These are all voiced sounds.
    *Listening and Reading Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    Pronunciation of English Vowel Sounds - Front Vowels 1   

    Level - Beginner-Intermediate
    Front vowels are: i, ɪ, eɪ, ɛ, æ
    Ex - eat, hit, make, met, math
    *Listening and Reading Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    Pronunciation of English Vowel Sounds - Front Vowels 2   

    Level - Beginner-Intermediate
    Front vowels are - i, ɪ, eɪ, ɛ, æ
    Long sounds - i, eɪ
    Short sounds - ɪ, ɛ, æ
    *Listening and Reading Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    Pronunciation of English Vowel Sounds - Back Vowels 1   

    Level - Beginner-Intermediate
    Back Vowels - u, ʊ, oʊ, ɔ
    Ex - boot, put, boat, ball
    *Listening and Reading Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    Pronunciation of English Vowel Sounds - Back Vowels 2   

    Level - Beginner-Intermediate
    Long Sounds - u, oʊ
    Short Sounds - ʊ, ɔ
    *Listening and Reading Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    Pronunciation of English Vowel Sounds - Central Vowels   

    Level - Beginner-Intermediate
    Central Vowels - ə, ɝ
    Remember the letter - r - can be a consonant (run) or a vowel (fur)
    *Listening and Reading Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    Pronunciation of English Vowel Sounds - Diphthongs   

    Level - Beginner-Intermediate
    Diphthongs - aɪ, aʊ, ɔɪ
    Ex - fly, now, boy
    *Listening and Reading Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    Minimal Pairs: Vowels   

    Level - Beginner-Intermediate
    These are words who have one small pronunciation difference.
    Ex - teach : touch, reach : rich
    *Listening and Reading Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

    01

    Pronunciation Mistakes - S   

    Level - Beginner-Intermediate Learn why saying and not saying S is very important and a big mistake
    Be careful of singular vs. plural.
    *Listening and Reading Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

    01

    Pronunciation Mistakes - T and D   

    Level - Beginner-Intermediate
    Be careful how you pronounce -ed in the simple past
    Example D sound - opened, closed, fired, turned, wanted
    Example T sound - walked, talked, passed, asked, looked
    *Listening and Reading Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    Pronunciation Mistakes - TH   

    Level - Beginner-Intermediate Learn the differences between - s, t, d, and th.
    Stick out your tongue when say the TH sound!
    *Listening and Reading Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    4 Common Pronunciation Mistakes   

    Level - Beginner-Intermediate
    Tongue Twister - I walk to work with a worker with a walker.
    American English - sometimes T is pronounced as a D.
    *Listening and Reading Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    Improve Your American English Pronunciation   

    Level - Beginner-Intermediate
    Learn how to pronounced the R sound in words.
    Many words have this - soldier, mixer, keeper, browser, cursor
    Also, learn how to say THE!
    *Listening and Reading Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

    01

    American Pronunciation 1   

    Level - Intermediate
    Your accent is from your own language
    Learn how to get rid of your foreign accent!
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

    01

    American Pronunciation 2   

    Level - Intermediate
    Voicing and Consonant Pairs
    S and Z sounds
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

    01

    American Pronunciation 3   

    Level - Intermediate
    American TH sounds
    Voiced TH - ð
    Unvoiced TH - θ
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

    01

    American Pronunciation 4   

    Level - Intermediate
    Voiced - V
    Unvoiced - F
    Voiced SH - ʒ
    Unvoiced SH - ʃ
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    American Pronunciation 5   

    Level - Intermediate
    Words begin with an L - love, laptop, leap
    Words with L in the middle - follow, yellow, willow
    Words that end with an L or Ls - tall, pole, file
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    American Pronunciation 6   

    Level - Intermediate
    Words endings are very important in English.
    non-Native Speaker - I don ha any foo!
    Native Speaker - Do you mean, you don't have any food?
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    American Pronunciation 7   

    Level - Intermediate
    CH - tʒ - chair, watcher, match
    J - dʒ - jail, major, badge
    H - hello, mohawk
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    American Pronunciation 8   

    Level - Intermediate
    English has 5 vowels - A E I O U
    There are about 15 vowel sounds.
    Some vowel sounds have up to 10 different spellings!
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    American Pronunciation 9   

    Level - Intermediate
    Learn the difference between A and O.
    Learn how to say all 50 of the American states!
    Also, learn about the hidden W in English!
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    American Pronunciation 10   

    Level - Intermediate
    OO - u - poop, lewd, rude
    UH - ʊ - put, push, took
    EH - E - fed, elephant, head
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    American Pronunciation 11   

    Level - Intermediate
    A - æa - fat, batter, attack
    au - aʊ - cow, vow, wow
    AH - ɑ - product, robber, coma
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    American Pronunciation 12   

    Level - Intermediate
    Learn some Tongue Twisters!
    Thinking thoughts that threaten those that think those thoughts are not.
    THE HARDEST - The sixth sick sheiks sixth sheeps sick.
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    American Pronunciation 13   

    Level - Intermediate
    Phrase Reductions - What do you want to do? -> Whaddya wanna do?
    Intonations - what do YOU want to do? vs. what do you WANT to do? vs. what to you want to DO?
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    American Pronunciation 14   

    Level - Intermediate
    Review what you have learned!
    Practice the consonants, vowels, intonations, phrase reductions, and word endings!
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

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    American Pronunciation 15   

    Level - Intermediate
    Review more the consonants, vowels, intonations, phrase reductions and word endings!
    You should be able to sound American now!
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

    01

    American Pronunciation 16   

    Level - Intermediate
    Learn the 50 most mispronounced words in English!
    Master these, and you will be awesome!
    *Listening Comprehension, Pronunciation Practice

    01

    Basic English Pronunciation - Simple Vowel Sounds   

    Level - Beginner
    Learn about singular and plural pronunciation of the words-
    Woman | Women
    Man | Men
    Child | Children
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension

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    English Pronunciation - Can and Cant   

    Level - Beginner
    Learn the difference between written and spoken English!
    American English Pronuncation - kæn, kænt
    British English Pronunciation - kɔn, kɔnt
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    English Pronunciation - B and V   

    Level - Beginner
    Learn how to practice between these similiar sounds
    B - bat, bet, best, Barry
    V - vat, vet, vest, very
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    English Pronunciation - ABCDEFG   

    Level - Beginner
    Learn the alphabet as an adult!
    Vowels - A E I O U
    Consonants - B C D F G H J K L M N P Q R S T V W X Y Z
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    English Pronunciation - How to Pronounce Numbers 13 to 19   

    Level - Beginner
    Be careful which syllable you stress!
    -13 - thirTEEN | 30 - THIRty
    -14 - fourTEEN | 40 - FOURty
    -15 - fifTEEN | 50 - FIFty
    -16 - sixTEEn | 60 - SIXty
    -17 - SevenTEEN | 70 - SEVENty
    -18 - eighTEEN | 80 - EIGHty
    -19 - ninTEEN | 90 NINEty *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    English Pronunciation - F and V   

    Level - Beginner
    Learn how to practice between these similiar sounds
    -F - fat, family, fair
    -V - very, vegetable, vehicle
    Practice these tongue twisters-
    -Veronica the very vivacious vegan visited Val Von Ving Ving, the vegetarian vacationing in Vapid Valley.
    -Foul Frank farted after feeding on five flasks of refried beans.
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    English Pronunciation - I and EE   

    Level - Beginner
    Practice pronouncing the sounds i and ɪ
    -Beat - Bit
    -Heat - Hit
    -Sheep - Ship
    -Seat - Sit
    -Feet - Fit
    -Heel - Hill
    -Reach - Rich
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    English Pronunciation - J and Y   

    Level - Beginner
    Learn the difference in pronouncing the English letters J and Y
    -J j - jello, joke, jet, Jess
    -Y y - yellow, yolk, yet, yes
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    English Pronunciation - P and B   

    Level - Beginner
    Learn the difference in pronouncing the English letters P and B
    -P - police, paper, picture, play, happy
    -B - bay, box, baby, bank, blue
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

    01

    English Pronunciation - R and L   

    Level - Beginner
    Learn the difference in pronouncing the English letters R and L
    -R - rice, right, red, river, arrive
    -L - lice, light, lead, liver, alive
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    English Pronunciation - TH and S   

    Level - Beginner
    Learn the difference in pronouncing the English sounds TH and S
    -TH - thin, thick, think, thing, through/threw
    -S - sin, sick, sink, sing, sue
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    English Pronunciation - S and SH   

    Level - Beginner
    Learn the difference in pronouncing the English sounds S and SH
    -Sea - She
    -Sip - Ship
    -Sell - Shell
    -Seat - Sheet
    -Suit - Shoot
    -Class - Clash
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    English Pronunciation - Words ending with ION   

    Level - Beginner
    Learn how to say the sound ʃyən-
    -destination
    -presentation
    -population
    -education
    -mission
    -session
    -action
    -nation
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    English Pronunciation - Four Common Mistakes   

    Level - Beginner
    -Main - Men
    -Pain - Pen
    -Walk - Work
    -Farther - Further
    In American English, T sometimes becomes a D sound-
    -Water
    -Bottle
    -Thirty
    -Twenty
    -Butter
    -Better
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    English Pronunciation - A and E (Man vs. Men)   

    Level - Beginner
    The phonetic symbols are æ and ɛ
    -Man | Men
    -Land | Lend
    -Band | Bend
    -Tan | Ten
    -Anne | Emma
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    Advanced English Pronunciation with Poetry   

    Level - Advanced
    Learn pronunciation with poetry!
    Just compare heaart, beard and heard
    Dies and diet, lord and word
    Sword and sward, retain and Britain
    (Mind the latter, how it's written)
    With such words as plaque and fjord
    But be careful how you speak
    Say break, and steak, but bleak and streak
    CLove, oven, how and low
    Script, receipt, show, poem and toe
    *Listening & Reading Comprehension, Speaking Practice

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    Pronunciation of - Your [Strong Form]   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - your.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Have [Strong Form]   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - have.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - What [Strong Form]   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - what.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - All   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - all.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - From [Strong Form]   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - from.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Are [Strong Form]   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - are.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - That   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - that.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - He [Strong Form]   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - He.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - And [Strong Form]   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - And.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - The [Weak Form]   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - The.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - His   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - His.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Not   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Not.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Many   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Many.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Look   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Look.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Which   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Which.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Like   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Like.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - When   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - When.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - These   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - These.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Can   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Can.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Will   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Will.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Time   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Time.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - This   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - This.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Number   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Number.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Write   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Write.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Water   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Water.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - First   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - First.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Oil   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Oil.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Call   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Call.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Now   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Now.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

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    Pronunciation of - Long   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Long.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    Pronunciation of - Down   

    Level - Newbie
    Learn how to properly pronounce the word - Down.
    Also become familiar with IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet.
    American English

    01

    The Difference Between R and L   

    Level - Beginner
    Learn how to pronounce the sounds R and L.
    R - kissing, but no touching
    L - touching, but no kissing