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 …

Answer, Fruit, Debt, Months, Recipe, Wednesday – Often Mispronounced English

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Welcome to today’s YouTube lesson! It’s time to take your English pronunciation to the next level! Look at these words: answer, fruit, debt, months, recipe, and Wednesday…these words are often mispronounced in English, but don’t worry! I’m going to help you learn how to say them correctly! I hope you like it…if you do, please take a minute and subscribe …

SPRING Slang & Idioms – American English Lesson

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SPRING! Spring is in the air and for today’s English lesson, let’s look at slang and idioms which contain the word SPRING. Maybe you “have a spring in your step”, you “have spring fever”, or you’re “no spring chicken!” Perhaps you’ve “sprung back from” a cold or a bad romance, and maybe someone “sprung for” dinner for you! Let’s learn …

WH Questions & DID – Natural American English Pronunciation Lesson

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In this lesson, we will look at the natural American English pronunciation of WH-question words and “did.” For example, “What did you do?” is usually pronounced as “Wuh-dih-jya-do?” Learning this kind of pronunciation will help make it easier to understand native English speakers too, so it’s both a pronunciation lesson and good English listening practice. Check it out! I hope …