New on YouTube! Linking Sounds With EE (Liaison) – Natural American English Pronunciation Lesson

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New on YouTube! In this lesson, we will look at the natural American English pronunciation of the EE vowel sound, when it is followed by words beginning with other vowels. When we pronounce these word combinations, we generally link the EE sound and the initial vowel sound of the next word using a slight Y sound. This is known as …

New on YouTube! Words Ending in ECTS – Natural American English Pronunciation Lesson

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New on YouTube! In this lesson, we will look at the natural American English pronunciation of words with the ETCS spelling at the end of the word. The words are affects, connects, dialects, directs, effects, ejects, expects, insects, objects, protects, respects, and suspects.Are you ready? Let’s check it out! I hope you like this lesson…if you do, please take a …

YouTube Lesson – Shifting Stress For Different Parts Of Speech – English Pronunciation

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New on YouTube! Let’s continue talking about Natural American English Pronunciation. In this lesson, we will look at the pronunciation of words that shift their stress depending on which part of speech they are. The words in this lesson are: address/address, compete/competition, define/definition, estimate/estimation, invite/invitation, present/present, produce/product, rebel/rebel, record/record, signify/significant, specify/specific, and suspect/suspect. Let’s check it out! Click the CC …

Adding The Suffix IC to Nouns Shifts The Stress – English Pronunciation

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Adding the suffix IC to nouns, shifts the stress of the word to the syllable just before the suffix IC. This is a good tip to know to help improve your pronunciation of these words. In this lesson, we’ll look at: academy/academic, alcohol/alcoholic, allergy/allergic, atom/atomic, drama/dramatic, economy/economic, gymnast/gymnastic, icon/iconic, magnet/magnetic, melody/melodic, romance/romantic, strategy/strategic, and symbol/symbolic I hope you like this …

New YouTube Lesson: Was Able To – Natural American English Pronunciation

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New on YouTube! In this lesson, we will look at the natural American English pronunciation of: BE ABLE TO. English lessons like this one are helpful for both pronunciation and listening, because this is how native speakers really speak in daily conversation. Here are the Key Sentences: I was able to find it→ I wuh-zable-tuh fine-dit I wasn’t able to …

On YouTube – Teens & Tens – How To Hear and Pronounce the Difference

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New on YouTube. In this lesson, we will look at the natural American English pronunciation of numbers. A lot of English learners have trouble with the pronunciation of 13 vs. 30…14 vs. 40…15 vs. 50 and so on. Let’s check out how we really pronounce these numbers! Let’s check it out! I hope you like this lesson…if you do, please …