American vs. British English - Vowel Sounds - Pronunciation differences
30 июля 2013

American vs. British English - Vowel Sounds - Pronunciation differences

American vs. British English - Vowel Sounds - Pronunciation differences
SUBSCRIBE!: bit.ly/RE_sub, ESL: Learn some of the differences between American and British English in this video, which goes over 4 vowel/diphthongs. ...
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#1 написал: Faith Pauline (1 августа 2013 08:27)
Noooo?
#2 написал: shabushi1997 (1 августа 2013 08:27)
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#3 написал: Adam Bradshaw (1 августа 2013 08:27)
This is great stuff! I'll definitely be using this clip to teach my students.?
#4 написал: MaximeTheHero (1 августа 2013 08:27)
It's very boring...?
#5 написал: josh westbrook (1 августа 2013 08:27)
No? No No No. YES!!!!
#6 написал: Pablo Marcos (1 августа 2013 08:27)
Do? you love NYC?
#7 написал: Cocainum Ace (1 августа 2013 08:27)
dont go? alone....
#8 написал: StupidTheist (1 августа 2013 08:27)
As a speaker of American? English, I caused hilarity in Scotland by pronouncing "tube" as having the "oo" sound of "fool" rather than the "you" sound in "cube". At first the difference between "tyoub" and "toob" seemed rather subtle to cause hilarity. However, it gradually sunk in that to my listeners, it was like hearing "cyoub" being prounounced "coob".
#9 написал: Maioneselover (1 августа 2013 08:27)
Having trouble distinguishing? short a to short e in American English. For example, a couple of times I intended "men" for "man".
#10 написал: Calikid331 (1 августа 2013 08:27)
thats such a? stereotypical british person
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