Learn how to pronounce the words BE, BEE, BEA, & the Letter B with this American English Homophone pronunciation lesson. These words are pronounce the SAME way but have different meanings and different spellings.
B: a letter
BE: to exist or a linking verb
BEA: a lady’s name
BEE: an insect
These words are pronounced exactly the same way!
Hello Jennifer from Tarle speech with your two for Tuesday homophone lesson. Hhomophones are words that are pronounced exactly the same way they just have different spellings and different meanings. Continuing today with our letters of the alphabet miniseries and our letter is B.
It is also to exist or a linking verb, bee an insect and Bea a ladies name.
So B, be, bee, and B. To say these words correctly two little sounds. Start with that b – put put your lips together and then open them. Voice box is on and moving. Air puffs out. Then move to that long e by smiling. Tongue is high and flat and tense in the mouth.
Let’s put it all together
B bee be bea
And now for a sentence:
Bea the Beekeeper will be marking the queen with the letter B.
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