Learn how to pronounce the words AIR and HEIR with this American English Pronunciation Lesson.
These words are homophones and are pronounced exactly the same way: AIR or /ɛr/.
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Air is what we breath.
Heir means a person legally entitled to property.
The heir took a deep breath of air when she realized the sum of the inheritance.
Hey there everyone jennifer with Tarle speech with your two for Tuesday homophone lesson. These words are pronounced exactly the same way with different spellings and different meanings. Our words are air – what we breathe and heir – a person legally entitled to property To say these words correctly we have one r vowel sound air – to say this correctly we’re going to open the mouth wide air. It’s going to be in a wide oval, tip of the tongue is low, back of the tongue is pulled high up, then we’re going to move to that er sound air and to do this you’re going to move to square tense lips. My tip of the tongue continues to stay down in the bottom of the mouth, and the back of the tongue is pulled up some, people do flip that tongue back and that is okay. Let’s put that all together air air air air air air And now for a sentence The heir took a deep breath of air when she realized the sum of the inheritance . Give it a try people are going to notice the difference if you found this helpful please share us with your friends and give us a like you can also check out all of our products on google play and itunes and our classes at tarle speech thanks everyone have a great week.