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 …

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 …

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 …