The Vowel Sounds in Received Pronunciation - Phonetics - ESL British English Pronunciation
30 июля 2013

The Vowel Sounds in Received Pronunciation - Phonetics - ESL British English Pronunciation

The Vowel Sounds in Received Pronunciation - Phonetics - ESL British English Pronunciation
www.iswearenglish.com/ the vowel sounds and their phonetic symbols ? cup, luck ?: arm, father ? cat, black e met, bed ? away, cinema ?:? turn, learn ?...
С видео The Vowel Sounds in Received Pronunciation - Phonetics - ESL British English Pronunciation изучение английского языка станет легким.
 
#1 написал: Witten Chan (1 августа 2013 08:26)
1 ? - Examples of the short a sound 2 ?? - Examples of the long ?? sound as in arm 3 ? - Examples of the ? sound as in cut 4 i? - Examples of the Long i sound as in sheep 5 u? - Examples of the u? sound as in boot Can you make more programs? 20 vowel ? nice job useful thanks so much 1 '?' or '?' - carry or curry 2 1001 Oral English Test - Phonetics - '?' and '?' - 3 Phonetics 305 How to spell the sound? ?? - Are, far, calm, drama, Brahms you are nice man !
#2 написал: nasser almarri (1 августа 2013 08:26)
awesome ?
#3 написал: iswearenglish (1 августа 2013 08:26)
the problem is that the voewl sounds vary depending on the consonants? that come either side of the sound
#4 написал: Edd443 (1 августа 2013 08:26)
Are the symbols in this video the same the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary uses? When I look for "love" and "cut", for example, I can see they begin with the same vowel sound (?) but if I click on the listen button ,? they DON'T sound the same! Love sounds more like "l?v" while Cut sounds more like "k?t". Why is this? Is there any video on your channel where you say the word "Brother"?
#5 написал: Alexander Kruglov (1 августа 2013 08:26)
As pure Russian for five generations I? could remark that the consonants in Russian have usually strong sounds as in German language. Like a Latin Russian has seven cases of nouns, like a German Russian has three genders of nouns. In Russian the perfect tenses of verbs are absent - but the Russian (Cyrillic) alphabet contains 33 letters and it is based on Greek origins, not Latin - it represents itself the main difficulty for foreigh students
#6 написал: OldaurGold (1 августа 2013 08:26)
You can think of it? this way. "Cup" is pronounced as if someone punched you in the stomach - as in "uh". "Cat" is pronounced with a short, sharp sound
#7 написал: chiara catullo (1 августа 2013 08:26)
I'm Italian and it's not very clear the difference between the sound of "cup" and the sound of "cat", they are very similar. Maybe I'm confused because I have always? pronunced "cat" with an italian /e/ untill now. Was I wrong? Can you please explain me? Thank you.
#8 написал: iswearenglish (1 августа 2013 08:26)
call is a word that? my students never understand when I say it
#9 написал: OldaurGold (1 августа 2013 08:26)
It'sfunny how? british people say "call"..sounds like "cool". we canadians say the pronounce "call" like "hot"
#10 написал: Abdelkader El beribri (1 августа 2013 08:26)
thank you? so much
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