English Pronunciation-2 Vowel Rule
30 июля 2013

English Pronunciation-2 Vowel Rule

English Pronunciation-2 Vowel Rule
Rule for how to pronounce words with two vowels such as 'coat', 'suit', 'take'.
Видео English Pronunciation-2 Vowel Rule делает английский язык более простым.
#1 написал: fabioqwerty100 (1 августа 2013 08:25)
You've said that the first vowel is pronounced as the alphabet letter. It's ok for 'a' , 'e' , 'i' and 'o' but it seems to me it doesn't work for 'u'. 'Suit' is pronounced /su:t/ , not /sjut/ as in alphabet, the? same for blue -> /blu:/ not /blju/ . Maybe the rule can work with other words like 'rebuke', 'universe' ... Anyway your two vowels rule is very interesting. Thank you very much.
#2 написал: csokifondue (1 августа 2013 08:25)
Great! Wanna? more :)
#3 написал: giampolino76 (1 августа 2013 08:25)
What about 'ea' in the word 'pleasure'? Two syllables, plea-sure, but the vowel 'e' in the first is not pronounced as in the alphabet. Maybe one of a number of exceptions??
#4 написал: John E Klein (1 августа 2013 08:25)
This pronunciation rule applies to each syllable. Computer has three syllables with only one vowel per syllable, so? the 2-vowel rule doesn't work here. The word 'suite' is an exception. The 2-vowel rule works about 90% of the time so there will always be exceptions.
#5 написал: rotten69token (1 августа 2013 08:25)
another word will be suite which is pronounced as sweet.? In this case, the vowels are pretty much pronounced.
#6 написал: rotten69token (1 августа 2013 08:25)
What if you have a word that has three vowels or? more in it such as computer?
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