Learn how to pronounce the words OOHS & OOZE with this American English Homophone pronunciation lesson. These words are pronounced the SAME way but have different meanings and different spellings.


oohs – plural of ooh which is an exclamation of excitement

ooze – a slow trickle or to give a powerful impression


These words are pronounced exactly the same way!


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Two for Tuesday✌️Learn English HOMOPHONE Pronunciation


It’s Jennifer. It’s two for Tuesday homophone lesson. Homophones are words that are spelled differently have different meanings but are pronounced exactly the same way.

We have oohs which is the plural of ooh which are exclamations of excitement oohs and ahs and then we have
ooze which means a slow trickle or to give a powerful impression like you ooze with confidence

So to say these words correctly two little sounds. Let’s start with that ew. Pucker your lips and tongue is just flat in your mouth. Ew.

Then end with the Z Z. To do this, tip of the tongue is either behind the top front teeth or pointing down, and air is going to continuously move out. Voice box is on and moving ooze

ooze oohs ooze
ooze oohs ooze

And now for a sentence:

The performer oozed with confidence and loved the oohs and ahs from the crowd.

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