HOMOPHONES - words spelled differently but pronounced the same

Improve your accent and speak clearly with these pronunciation lessons. Homophones are words that are pronounced the same but are spelled differently and have a different meaning. For example: to, two, and too are all pronounced with two sounds: t-long OO. But they all have different meanings and…


How to Pronounce the letter X in the middle of a word - American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the letter X in the middle of a word. It can be pronounced two ways: GZ or KS. Learn how to correctly pronounce this spelling combination with this American English pronunciation lesson. When X comes between two vowels pronounce it as GZ in exit and exam. When X comes between…


Silent Letter: How to Pronounce the Letters KN (knight), PN (pneumonia), GN (gnat), N (night), NN

Learn how to pronounce the letters KN, PN, GN, NN, N as the N Sound correctly with this American English pronunciation lesson. Say the N sound when you see the following letter combinations while you read. Be aware of the silent letters! KN – knight PN – pneumonia GN – gnat NN…


Silent Letter: How to Pronounce the letters WR (wrap, write, wreck, wrong) as the R sound

Learn how to pronounce the letters WR as the R sound when reading. Learn how to correctly pronounce this spelling combination with this American English pronunciation lesson. Join Jennifer Tarle from Tarle Speech and Language to learn how to speak clearly and reduce your accent.  Learn which…


How to Pronounce the letters F, FF, PH, GH as the F Sound - American English Pronunciation

Learn how to read the letters F, FF, PH, GH. The letters F, FF, PH, GH are pronounced as the F sound. Learn how to pronounce the F sound correctly with this American English pronunciation lesson. FF is pronounced as F in different PH is pronounced as F in phone GH is pronounced as F in enough F is…


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…


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 Read and Pronounce the letters NG - American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the letters NG as the sound NG in English words 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. NG is pronounced…


How to pronounce the letters WR

When a word is spelled with WR, this letter pair is pronounced as R. Yes, the two letters: WR are pronounced as one sound: R. This is the case in words like: Wrinkle Write Wrap Wreathe Wreck Wrench Wrong Recommend Video: "Write"


How Do You Pronounce The Letter “Y” At The End of a Word?

How Do You Pronounce The Letter “Y” At The End of a Word? If a word is one syllable, and ends in a “Y”, pronounce it as the long I sound. This is the case in words like “my", "by", "shy”. If a word is two syllables, and ends in a “Y”, pronounce it as the long E sound. This is the case in words like…