Learn how to pronounce the words SUITE & SWEET with this American English Pronunciation Lesson. These words are homophones and are pronounced exactly the same way: S-W-long E-T or /swit/.


SUITE is a set of rooms.

SWEET means pleasant or not bitter or salty.


In the afternoon, the hotel suite swerved a sweet and savory snack.


Hey everyone it’s jennifer from Tarle speech with your two for Tuesday homophone lesson. These words are pronounced exactly the same way they just have different spellings and different meanings.

Our words are suite a set of rooms and sweet which means pleasant and not bitter or not salty.

So to say these words correctly we’re going to start with that s ssss : tip of the tongue is behind the top front teeth or pointing down air keeps moving out.

Move to that w by puckering and then pull the lips back and smile for that long e. Tongue is high and flat and then touch the tip of the tongue to the back of the top front teeth t.

sweet suite sweet suite sweet suite sweet

And just a little tip I do pucker my lips a little bit to get started for this word and that’s because you have to move to such a pucker for the w. So again it kind of looks like this

sweet suite sweet

So I’m puckering a little bit then really puckering for that w and then pulling them back for that long e and t.

Let’s give it one more try
sweet suite sweet

And now for a sentence:
In the afternoon the hotel suite served a sweet and savory snack.

Give it a try I know people are going to notice the difference!

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