YouTube English Lesson – Will & Would – Natural American English Pronunciation

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Brand New YouTube English Lesson!
Today, let’s have a look at how we pronounce will and would when they are followed by certain pronouns. This lesson is great practice for not only learning natural American pronunciation but also improving your listening skills. Here are the patterns: will I, will it, will he, would I, would you, would he, & would it.

Keep in mind, pronunciation is half listening, so be sure to watch this video a few times, to get the sound of English in your ears!Let’s check it out.

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