How to Pronounce KERNEL & COLONEL - American Homophone English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the words KERNEL & COLONEL with this English pronunciation lesson. These words are homophones, words spelled differently with different meanings but pronounced the same way: kernl. /kɜrnl/. Jennifer Tarle from Tarle Speech and Language guides you through a quick…


How to Pronounce SEES, SEAS, SEIZE, Cs - American Homophone English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the words SEES, SEAS, SEIZE, Cs with this English pronunciation lesson. These words are homophones, words spelled differently with different meanings but pronounced the same way: S-long E-Z. /siz/ and rhymes with bees, Ds, fees, Gs, He’s, keys, Leigh’s, knees,…


How to Pronounce SIGHT, CITE, SITE - American Homophone English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the words SIGHT, CITE, SITE with this English pronunciation lesson. These words are homophones, words spelled differently with different meanings but pronounced the same way: S-long i-T. /sit/ and rhymes with fight, height, kite, lite, light, might, night, right, write,…


How to Pronounce MISCELLANEOUS - Word Stress American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the word MISCELLANEOUS with this English pronunciation lesson. This word is pronounced /mɪsəˈleɪniəs/ with 5 syllable beats. 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 NO, NOSE, KNOW, KNOWS - American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn to pronounce the words NO, NOSE, KNOW, KNOWS with this English pronunciation lesson. These words are homophones, words spelled differently with different meanings but pronounced the same way: NO and KNOW are pronounced N-long O NOSE and KNOWS are pronounced N-Long O-Z NOSE and KNOWS: /noʊz /…


How to Pronounce NEW & KNEW - American English Pronunciation Lesson

Learn how to pronounce the words NEW and KNEW with this English pronunciation lesson. These words are homophones, words spelled differently with different meanings but pronounced the same way: N-EW /nu/ They rhyme with dew, do, due, goo, who, Lou, moo, poo, sue, too, to, two. K in knew is silent.…


When to Pronounce S and Z Sounds in English

S and Z are very common sounds in English.  Typically, we pronounce the S sound when you read a letter S and a Z sound when you read the letter Z.  But, (isn’t there always a “but” with English reading and pronunciation?) the letter S is often pronounced as a Z sound.  Yes, you…


How to Pronounce & Rules to use S & Z - English Pronunciation On-Demand Course

Learn how to correctly pronounce the English S and Z sounds.  This course will present rules for spelling and the suffix -S pronunciation.  Instructions and examples of correct pronunciation of the S and Z sounds is contrasted with common mistakes so you can improve your speaking clarity. Once…


How to Pronounce EDUCATION, GRADUAL, GRADUATION, INDIVIDUAL, PROCEDURE, CONGRATULATIONS

Learn how to pronounce the words EDUCATION, GRADUAL, GRADUATION, INDIVIDUAL, PROCEDURE, CONGRATULATIONS with this English pronunciation lesson.  Learn how to link a D to the U sound in a word to say JU in the middle of these words. Jennifer Tarle from Tarle Speech and Language guides you through a…


LINKING - English Pronunciation Lesson: How to Link D with YOU

Learn English Intonation and how to link phrases with this American English Pronunciation Lesson. In this English Pronunciation Lesson learn how to link the words YOU to the word before it that ends in a D as “JU”. Today we look at linking the words WOULD YOU, COULD YOU, TOLD YOU, HAD…