English Pronunciation - How to pronounce numbers
30 июля 2013

English Pronunciation - How to pronounce numbers

English Pronunciation - How to pronounce numbers
www.engvid.com/ The pronunciation of English numbers can be difficult to understand. Watch this English lesson to learn the trick! You will be able to...
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#1 написал: whywhy whywhywhywhy (1 августа 2013 08:25)
she is teacher wonderful and? different ????? ?? thank you
#2 написал: jpn97975 (1 августа 2013 08:25)
I'd a question. I heard "dy" & "ny" sounds in some place. such as twen"ny" . thir"dy". four"dy"........nine"ny" is it effect on accent or what?? maybe? it's easy to distinguish between thirteen and thirty
#3 написал: Andre Rafael (1 августа 2013 08:25)
Timo, please, what does that (to tap the? "t") mean?
#4 написал: Timo Ostrander (1 августа 2013 08:25)
I teach my students to tap the t before the y in? the tens. That way it sounds like an unstressed d sound. This is much more common in standard American accents as well as relaxed speech. It also helps them differentiate the sound themselves.
#5 написал: C?sar Pe?aranda Arias (1 августа 2013 08:25)
Thanks for your reply, and I'm gonna take your advice on this, I'm very good imitating people accents on my native lang (for fun), and i think that i will replicate the american o british accent very fast. I don't want to speak as the hispanic immigrants (most of them) of States (and their spanish is worst than their english believe me, if you want to learn spanish someday, don't listen them). I'm working in a project with american and british people, and? i don't want to look as a fool.
#6 написал: BuzziMuzzi (1 августа 2013 08:25)
Are you? Dutch?
#7 написал: BuzziMuzzi (1 августа 2013 08:25)
Well I think you're right grammar-wise. If it was about grammar it would be nice indeed to learn in from a non native speaker, because of the reasons you said. But when it comes to pronunciation it would be better to learn from a native speaker, because then you learn to do it the? right way. The way she pronounces (no offense) isn't the correct way. If you keep listening to native English speakers you'll begin to speak so too.
#8 написал: C?sar Pe?aranda Arias (1 августа 2013 08:25)
Wow, i love the way you teach, do you have a lesson with large numbers. Not huge, but numbers like 2500, or 1500. I'm so confusing, because I pronounce 2500 as two thousand five hundred, but I think I heard in a movie someone saying twenty five hundred. Makes sense if one hundred is 100 then 100 x 25 = 2500. But I'm not sure. We don't do that tricks in spanish. Thanks for your? help.
#9 написал: ahmed almamary (1 августа 2013 08:25)
This is? awesome!
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