/v/ and /w/ - American English Pronunciation Lesson
30 июля 2013

/v/ and /w/ - American English Pronunciation Lesson

/v/ and /w/ - American English Pronunciation Lesson
www.englishteachermelanie.com This is a pronunciation practice lesson designed to help you improve your pronunciation of the English letter v. Do you ...
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#1 написал: Xinling Wang (1 августа 2013 08:26)
thanks so much for this video. it is really good and very useful. thanks for your? hard work and creativity.
#2 написал: Yongfei Zhang (1 августа 2013 08:26)
Thanks very much for your advice,? I will practice.
#3 написал: Yongfei Zhang (1 августа 2013 08:26)
Thanks for your vidio, I have a problem speaking |t| after |s| sound, it is difficult for me to change the tongue position from between the middle of the teeth to behind the upper beeth, and also it will take a while for me to speak out |t|, then? it sounds like two words, for example: vest / west. Can you help me with this? Thanks!
#4 написал: Daren Maranya (1 августа 2013 08:26)
If you show your, or another person's mouth, it? would be helpful.
#5 написал: TeacherMelanie (1 августа 2013 08:26)
Even though 'Wednesday' is spelled with a 'd,' the 'd' is silent. It's not pronounced. So, just say 'Wensday' /?wenzde?/. 'Wed-nes-day' is not correct & I've never heard it pronounced that way. =? )
#6 написал: Boooooogdan (1 августа 2013 08:26)
what kind of place of articulation is the sound [w]? is it? a bilabial or velar? Thank you very much!
#7 написал: eslconnexus (1 августа 2013 08:26)
I love your pronunciation practice videos! Great work. I'm working with a Chinese student right? now and your videos will be a great help to him. Keep up the good work! Josh
#8 написал: TeacherMelanie (1 августа 2013 08:26)
I'm glad I could help!? I've noticed that German speakers don't have problems making the /v/ & /w/ sounds. You're just used to seeing 'w' and saying /v/. English must be so frustrating for you! I wish you continued success with your English = )
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