How to pronounce RIGHT (WRITE) and LIGHT – American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn How to pronounce RIGHT (WRITE) and LIGHT in this American English Pronunciation Lesson. This video targets a confusing word pair. Learn how to pronounce RIGHT and LIGHT. Say them correctly to get the your meaning across. RIGHT and WRITE are pronounced the same way. RIGHT: R-long i-T LIGHT: L-long i-T

How to pronounce BROAD (not BRA)

Learn How to pronounce BROAD not BRA in this American English Pronunciation Lesson.  This video targets an embarrassing mistake…BROAD. When said incorrectly it sounds like a female undergarment: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/bra

How to pronounce RED and LED

Learn How to pronounce RED (or read) and LED (or lead) in this American English Pronunciation Lesson. This video targets a confusing word pair: RED (READ) and LED (LEAD). Say them correctly to get your meaning across. RED: R-short e-D LED: L-short e-D

How to Pronounce SELL and CELL – American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the English words SELL and CELL correctly with this American English pronunciation lesson. Jennifer Tarle from Tarle Speech and Language guides you through a quick pronunciation lesson with quick tips to have you sounding clearer in no time. CELL and SELL rhyme with bell, gel, tell, fell, hell, well.

Linking: Articles (A, An, The)

Linking is used by American speakers during conversation.  It is essentially connecting words by having NO pauses between them.  We do this in thought groups, or phrases.  Sounds complicated, right?  No worries, start with this quick and easy tip. Link articles to the following noun.  Do this by not pausing between the article and the noun.  Say it as if they become one word.  If I say “the cat”, it sounds like “thecat”.  If I say “the cat and the dog”, it would sound like “thecat and thedog”. This will greatly improve your intonation.  Try it…people will notice a difference.

How to Pronounce HER – American English Pronunciation Lesson

Take this quick ESL pronunciation speaking lesson to learn how to pronounce the word: HER. Learn to say this common word to be better understood. . It is pronounced with only two sounds: H and ER. HER rhymes with fur, purr, per, were, sir, stir, blur. Need more help, then buy a sound package with directions on how to say the sound, audio examples, video examples, and practice word and sentence lists. HERE and HAIR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aewha-BwtpE H: http://www.tarlespeech.com/product/the-h-sound/ short er: http://www.tarlespeech.com/product/short-er/    

How to pronounce SNACK and SNAKE

Learn How to pronounce SNACK and SNAKE in this American English Pronunciation Lesson. This video targets a confusing word pair: SNACK and SNAKE. Say them correctly to get your meaning across. SNACK: S-N-short a-K SNAKE: S-N-long A-K

How to pronounce ICE and EYES

Learn How to pronounce ICE and EYES in this American English Pronunciation Lesson. This video targets a confusing word pair: ICE and EYES. Say them correctly to get your meaning across. ICE: Long i-S EYES: Long i-Z

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