How to say LIBRARY

Learn how to say LIBRARY in this American English Pronunciation Lesson.  This video targets a frequently mispronounced word.  Say it correctly to improve your English speaking confidence.

How to say HAS and WAS

Learn how to say HAS and WAS in this American English Pronunciation Lesson. This video targets two frequently used verbs that are common errors… WAS and HAS. Correcting these mistakes will make you sound clearer. The S in these words is pronounced as a Z sound.

How to pronounce TOWEL and TOWER – American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce TOWEL and TOWER – American English Pronunciation Lesson. This video targets a confusing word pair: TOWEL and TOWER. Say them correctly to get the your meaning across. TOWEL: T-long OW-L TOWER: T-long OW-ER

How to pronounce HIS not HISS

Learn how to pronounce HIS (not HISS) in this American English Pronunciation Lesson. This video targets a frequently used word that is a common error… HIS. Correcting this mistake will make you sound clearer. This word is pronounced with a Z at the end, not S as it is spelled. Learn the difference between his and hiss to sound clearer.

How to say WRITE and WHITE

Learn how to say WRITE and WHITE.  This video targets a confusing word pair:  WRITE (and right are pronounced the same) and WHITE. Say them correctly to get the your meaning across.

How to say HASSLE not ASS HOLE

Learn how to say HASSLE not ASS HOLE) in this American English Pronunciation Lesson . This video targets an embarrassing mistake….hassle. When said incorrectly it sounds like a vulgar slang term: ass hole: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/ass%20hole. HASSLE: H-short a-S-L

How to pronounce FOOL and FULL – American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce FOOL and FULL in this American English Pronunciation Lesson.  This video targets a confusing word pair:  FOOL and FULL. Say them correctly to get the your meaning across.

How to say EAT and IT

Learn how to say EAT and IT in this American English Pronunciation Lesson. This video targets a confusing word pair: EAT and IT. Learn the difference between these words to be better understood. EAT: long E-T IT: short i-T

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