A diphthong is two vowel sounds together. That means your mouth has to move: there is a beginning and an ending position. Study this diphthong with illustrations and up close, slow motion speech. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the … [Read more...]
This collection of videos relates to the pronunciation of the OW [aʊ] sound.
Many non-native speakers don't move their mouth enough while speaking English. This includes not dropping the jaw enough and not rounding lips enough. In this video, you'll see a lesson with a non-native speaker. Many of his vowel sounds improve … [Read more...]