Do you make the F and V sounds clearly? This video will help you differentiate between these two sounds, and understand when the V consonant is weak. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the … [Read more...]
This large collection of videos is broken up into subcategories, which you can find under 'Videos' in the main menu. Study the vowel, diphthong, and consonant sounds of American English, as well as the International Phonetic Alphabet and letters.
What is the difference between the consonants N and NG? The tongue position is quite different. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0leLr_fO4XE Video Text: I recently got an email asking me to make a … [Read more...]
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...]
It can be helpful to see all of the Vowel sounds of American English in a row. How does the mouth move, what has to change to make the different sounds? YouTube blocked? Click here to see the … [Read more...]
Mixing up the V and W sounds is common for some people, for example, those from Germany and India. Get these English sounds straight in this video. YouTube blocked? Click here to see the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_C_uw2PaA2w Video … [Read more...]
The THS is one of the English sound combinations that can be tricky. One tip that will help: keep your tongue relaxed. A relaxed tongue is necessary to make the TH. If the tongue has tension in it, the TH will sound like a stop consonant rather … [Read more...]