These two words are not pronounced the same: the lips must round for the second half of the OH diphthong in the word WON'T. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the video. https://youtu.be/Z8zVS8S7s28 Video Text: In this American English … [Read more...]
The T in N'T reductions generally is not clear or released. Study how Americans say these contractions in conversational English.
Study English conversation as it really happens in this video where I take the camera out to a nature reserve in Florida. You'll study reductions, and get to see some alligators in their natural habitat. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the … [Read more...]
Study conversational English in this interview with NBC Broadcaster Rehema Ellis. See how even professionals use reductions and contractions all the time, and learn some new vocabulary. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the … [Read more...]
Study some real life English conversation as I discuss and eat burritos with my dear friend! YouTube blocked? Click here to see the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0oQ1rVulkU0 Video Text: I recently did a Word of the Week on the word … [Read more...]
If we don’t pronounce a clear T in “can’t”, how can one tell the difference between it and “can”? Though it’s subtle, there is still a difference in the pronunciation of these two words. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the … [Read more...]
N’T contractions—didn’t, don’t, won’t—appear all the time in conversational English. Learn how to say these contractions smoothly and sound American. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the … [Read more...]