18 – How To Pronounce “Of” – American English Pronunciation Lesson

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Learn how to pronounce of. Today, I’m going to show you how to pronounce the preposition of, when it appears between two nouns. Learn how real native English is spoken and make your pronunciation more natural!

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Comments 9

  1. Hi Michael,

    Here are my answers.
    1. Jack’s barbecue is sort of his neighbor’s farewell party .
    2. He is going to be a bottle of wine and a few bags of chips.
    3. Because he didn’t have lunch.

    Have a nice day!

  2. Hi Michael,
    These are my answers:
    1. Jack likes to have party/barbecue often this summer. Actually, this Saturday, he has arranged for a barbecue party. A neighbour of his is moving to Miami; so this is a sort of farewell party.
    2. Michael is going to bring a case of beer and a bag of chips, as he said to Jenny.
    3. He didn’t have his lunch.
    Bye, see you on next podcast.

  3. Pingback: Episode 19 – A Piece Of Cake – English Idioms Lesson | Happy English Podcast Learn English

  4. Hey Michael, this podcast was really interest. Although I think the dialogue between you and Jenny didn’t sound natural. I mean, yeah, that’s one of the points, because learners can understand what you’re saying better. But I think you should sound more natural, because in America/UK no one speaks that slowly and clearly, I guess… anyways, have a nice day!

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