Silent Letter: How to Pronounce the letters WH as the H (who, whom) & W (when, why) sounds

Learn how to pronounce the letters WH as the H and W sounds when reading. Learn how to correctly pronounce this spelling combination with this American English pronunciation lesson. WH pronounced as H – who, whom WH pronounced as W – when, why, what, where Jennifer Tarle from Tarle…


Frequently Mispronounced Words: American English ESL Pronunciation Lessons Playlist

Improve your accent and speak clearly with pronunciation lessons on American English consonant sounds. These common English words are frequently mispronounced by ESL speakers. Learn these English words that you may be pronouncing wrong. Improve your accent and speak clearly by mastering these…


How to Pronounce HEART & HARD - American English Pronunciation Lesson

Happy Valentine’s Day! Take this quick ESL pronunciation speaking lesson to learn how to pronounce the words: HEART and HARD. Learn the difference between these two words: D and T. HEART: H-ARE-T It rhymes with Bart, cart, dart, fart, mart, part, tart. HARD: H-ARE-D It rhymes with card,…


Silent Letter: How to Read and Pronounce the letters SW as S & SW

Learn how to read and pronounce the English letters SW correctly with this American English pronunciation lesson. The letters SW are pronounced as S or SW. You can pronounce SW as S in sword or SW in swing, swipe, swish. Jennifer Tarle from Tarle Speech and Language guides you through a quick…


How to Pronounce FEBRUARY - American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the English word FEBRUARY correctly with this American English pronunciation lesson. FEBRUARY is pronounced: FEB-YOU-AIR-EE 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.…


How to Pronounce ALIVE & ARRIVE /əˈlaɪv & əˈraɪv/ - American English Pronunciation Lesson

Take this quick ESL pronunciation speaking lesson to learn how to pronounce the words: ALIVE and ARRIVE. These words have a slight difference in pronunciation making them confusing to say. Learn the difference in these words and improve your speaking with this short video lesson. Join Jennifer…


Confusing Word Pairs Video Playlist: American English ESL Pronunciation Lessons

Improve your accent and speak clearly with pronunciation lessons on American English consonant sounds. Learn the subtle difference between two words and how to pronounce confusing word pairs. These words have only ONE sound that differentiates them. Join Jennifer Tarle for quick and easy video…


How to Pronounce CEREAL & SERIAL - American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the English words CEREAL & SERIAL correctly with this American English pronunciation lesson. CEREAL & SERIAL are pronounced the same way. They are pronounced: S-EAR-Long E-L. Jennifer Tarle from Tarle Speech and Language guides you through a quick pronunciation lesson…


How to Pronounce THUS & DUST - American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the English words THUS & DUST correctly with this American English pronunciation lesson. THUS is pronounced: TH-short u-S. It rhymes with cuss, fuss, Gus, puss, Russ. DUST is pronounced: D-short u-ST. It rhymes with cussed, fussed, just, lust, must, rust. Jennifer Tarle…


How to Pronounce TOES and THOSE - American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the English words TOES and THOSE correctly with this American English pronunciation lesson. THOSE is pronounced: TH-long o-Z TOES is pronounced: T-long o-Z These words rhyme with doze, hose, lows, mows, nose, knows, pose, rose, woes. Jennifer Tarle from Tarle Speech and…