In podcast Episode 385 we looked at how to pronounce the consonant V in English. For today’s English lesson, we’ll first look at how to pronounce W, and we’ll look at both V and W together.
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details:
- We. We. We. We-we, we-we, we.
- wan – what – whale – wang – wary
- away – power – rowing – towel – vowel
- bow – cow – how – now – pow
- Why worry?
- We went west.
- We won’t wait.
- When will Wes walk?
- Would Wilma want wine?
- van – wan / vat – what / veil – whale / vang – wang / very – wary.
- vase – ways / vest – west / veal – wheel / vet – wet / vine – wine.
- Wes wore a velvet vest.
- Vick washed Will’s vase.
- Will Vincent wed Vicky?
- When the vet washed Vivi, we avoided the water.
- Whichever wine David wants, Gavy will want too.
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