How to Pronounce ROCK and RACK – American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the English words ROCK and RACK correctly with this American English pronunciation lesson. ROCK has three sounds: R-short o-K. It rhymes with block, dock, hawk, jock, lock, mock, sock, knock. RACK has three sounds: R-short a-K. It rhymes with back, hack, Jack, lack, mac, knack, pack, sack, tack, yak. 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. Reduce your accent, speak clearly, and gain confidence when you speak English today!    

How to say WEST and REST

Learn how to pronounce the English words WEST and REST 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. Improve your accent and speak clearly with this ESL English pronunciation lesson. WEST and REST rhyme so only the first sound is different. These words also rhyme with best, chest, jest, messed, nest, pest, test, vest, zest. WEST: W-short e-ST REST: R-short e-ST  

How to say BOOT and BOAT – American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the English words BOOT /but/ and BOAT /bot/ 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. Reduce your accent and speak clearly with this ESL English pronunciation lesson. BOOT /but/ is pronounced b-long oo-t. It rhymes with hoot, root, toot. BOAT /bot/ is pronounced b-long o-t. It rhymes with coat, goat, moat, note, wrote, tote, vote.   SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/user/TarleSpeech VIDEO PLAYLISTS: https://www.youtube.com/user/TarleSpeech/playlists   IBOOKS: http://tinyurl.com/nfwe2sf

How to Pronounce YEAR, GEAR, JEER – American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the English words YEAR, GEAR, JEER correctly with this American English pronunciation lesson. YEAR, GEAR, and JEER rhyme. The first letters and sounds Y, G, and J are different. Then add EAR to end the word. 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. Reduce your accent and speak clearly today. You might also like How to Pronounce EAR and YEAR English Pronunciation Lesson   

How to Pronounce CHANGE and CHANCE – American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the English words CHANGE and CHANCE 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. Reduce your accent and speak clearly with all of our free video lessons. CHANGE is pronounced CH-Long A, N-J. It rhymes with range. CHANCE is pronounced CH-short a, N-S. It rhymes with dance, Lance, prance, stance.

How to Pronounce DAUGHTER, DOUBTER, DOLLAR – American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the English words DAUGHTER, DOUBTER, DOLLAR correctly with this American English pronunciation lesson. DAUGHTER is pronounced D-short o-D-ER. DOUBTER is pronounced D-long ow-D-ER DOLLAR is pronounced D-short o-L-ER 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. Reduce your accent and speak clearly with all of Tarle Speech and Language’s free video ESL pronunciation lessons. How to Pronounce DOUBT American English Pronunciation Lesson  English Pronunciation Tutorial: How to pronounce the letters OUGH, AUGH, OUGHT, AUGHT in English 

How to Pronounce CLOTHES – American English Pronunciation Lesson

Take this quick ESL pronunciation speaking lesson to learn how to pronounce the word: CLOTHES. This word is confusing because it is not pronounced the way it is spelled. Improve your speaking today with this short video lesson. CLOTHES: K-L-long o-Z This word sounds the same as close as in shut the door (CLOZ). Join Jennifer Tarle from Tarle Speech and Language English. Reduce your accent and improve your speak with this free pronunciation lesson. Many more lessons are available on our YouTube Channel. https://www.youtube.com/user/TarleSpeech 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. K: http://www.tarlespeech.com/product/the-k-sound/ L: http://www.tarlespeech.com/product/the-l-sound/ L blends (KL): http://www.tarlespeech.com/product/l-blends/ Short u: http://www.tarlespeech.com/product/long-o/ Z: http://www.tarlespeech.com/product/the-z-sound/   Keep up to date and never miss a free ESL pronunciation lesson.  Follow Tarle Speech and Language: SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/user/TarleSpeech BLOG/SHOP: http://www.tarlespeech.com FB: http://tinyurl.com/create.php TWEET: https://twitter.com/tarlespeech

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How to Pronounce CARRIER and CAREER – American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the English words CARRIER and CAREER correctly with this American English pronunciation lesson. CARRIER has three syllables and is pronounced K-AIR-Long E-ER. CAREER has two syllables and is pronounced K-short u-R-EAR. 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. Reduce your accent and speak clearly with these short, ESL, English pronunciation lessons.  

Difference between REALLY and RELY

Here is today’s question: “Greetings from Paraguay!  How do you pronounce REALLY and RELY?” REALLY has 4 sounds:  R-long E, L, long E RELY has 4 sounds:  R-long E, L, long I To make these words sound different, focus on the last sound long E versus Long I.  Long E is make by smiling.  While long I is made by opening your mouth then closing it to a smile. Watch the video on these words here.   

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