People often ask about the differences between British and American English. This video goes over the differences in vowel and diphthong sounds. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIZ78RwhSPc Video … [Read more...]
The AA [æ] vowel is not pure when followed by nasal consonant ([m], [n], and [ŋ]). Explore how the sound changes in this set of videos.
Meet My Parents!
Learn a little bit about me by meeting my parents. After all, they are the people who taught me English! YouTube blocked? Click here to see the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpXhHP85hVU Video Text: In this American English … [Read more...]
Happy Easter! AA vowel followed by nasal consonants
Celebrate Easter with me and learn some American English pronunciation, including the shift in the AA vowel when followed by the nasal consonant M, like in ‘ham’. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the … [Read more...]
How to Pronounce [æ] before [n], [m], or [ŋ]
The AA vowel changes when it’s followed by a nasal consonant – it’s no longer a pure AA vowel. See how it changes and sound very American when you say words like ‘thanks’ and ‘man’. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the … [Read more...]