Pronunciation of words ending in ED in English.

Pronunciation of words ending in ED in English.

Do you want to speak faster?  Do you want to sound more like a native? Here are some tricks.

Do you want to speak faster? Do you want to sound more like a native? Here are some tricks.

English:  A Stress-Timed Language - American Pronunciation  HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

English: A Stress-Timed Language - American Pronunciation HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

ZZ vs. JJ (buzz vs. budge) Sounds:  American English Pronunciation

ZZ vs. JJ (buzz vs. budge) Sounds: American English Pronunciation

the frustrating -OUGH words

the frustrating -OUGH words

Q: How do you pronounce the "R" sound--the American R    Great, vivid, physical demonstration -- highly recommended to Thai, Korean, Chinese and Spanish learners of English -- and anyone who has trouble making the (US English) R sound.

Q: How do you pronounce the "R" sound--the American R Great, vivid, physical demonstration -- highly recommended to Thai, Korean, Chinese and Spanish learners of English -- and anyone who has trouble making the (US English) R sound.

The two TH Consonant sounds [θ] + [ð]  (thin, think, three VS. this, that, though)   Extra Practice with these sounds in other positions in words:    [θ]  vs. [ð]  with and both vs. bother,  moth vs. mother,  broth vs. brother

The two TH Consonant sounds [θ] + [ð] (thin, think, three VS. this, that, though) Extra Practice with these sounds in other positions in words: [θ] vs. [ð] with and both vs. bother, moth vs. mother, broth vs. brother

Lesson 10b - INTONATION - English Pronunciation

Lesson 10b - INTONATION - English Pronunciation

Lesson 10d - INTONATION - English Pronunciation

Lesson 10d - INTONATION - English Pronunciation

Lesson 10c - INTONATION - English Pronunciation

Lesson 10c - INTONATION - English Pronunciation

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