Word Comparisons for Chinese Students: American English pronunciation
30 июля 2013

Word Comparisons for Chinese Students: American English pronunciation

Word Comparisons for Chinese Students:  American English pronunciation
ESL: Word Comparisons for Chinese students. This can be helpful for other non-native English speakers as well! Improve your American Accent / spoken English ...
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#1 написал: chimarrom (1 августа 2013 08:27)
I really love? the American accent! Congratulations Rachel, for your nice videos!
#2 написал: BigMTBrain (1 августа 2013 08:27)
-There have been recent scientific studies that show that this phenomenon is due to the wiring that occurs in the brain as children. A lot of it has to do with how we use our tongue and mouth muscles as children when learning our native languages. Our capacities for mimicking others also comes into play. When a non-native is listening to a native speak, they subconsciously imitate what they THINK? are the proper motions to produce the sounds, thereby creating an auditory illusion.
#3 написал: Kostas Katsouranis (1 августа 2013 08:27)
I think my friend Caio did the comment. We have the same question because? we saw the videos toguether. I will get the videos to you. One of the actress was Kristen Stewart from the Twilight. I know she lives in L.A. I really can understand why the TH sound like a T, D and F. I will ask Chris to record some sentences for me and i can also send them to you. Thank you :)
#4 написал: Kostas Katsouranis (1 августа 2013 08:27)
That is amazing. I'm already a great fan of your work.? :)
#5 написал: Rachel's English (1 августа 2013 08:27)
I'm? so glad! I am working on a new and improved series of How-To videos, hopefully coming out in a month or two, that I hope will be even better!
#6 написал: Rachel's English (1 августа 2013 08:27)
I just had another comment on another video with the same issue! Feeling like he heard native speakers use a T instead of a TH. If you ever see a video of a native speaker speaking when this happens, forward it to me and I'll let you know what I think is going on! :) My guess is it is not a pure, clear, through-the-teeth TH but that to a native speaker it still comes? across as a TH.
#7 написал: Kostas Katsouranis (1 августа 2013 08:27)
Another thing, the first time i saw your videos on Youtube? I told to myself: "man, now you gonna kill this bastard foreign accent forever". Thank you so much for sll the videos, specially The How-To-Videos. =)
#8 написал: Kostas Katsouranis (1 августа 2013 08:27)
Hi Rachel. First of all,? I just like to say your videos are fantastic. The point is I have a doubt about the TH sound. It's the second time I've been to L.A and I swear to God that i can hear a clear T when they pronounce the TH in words like "think" ,"thing", and "nothing". I also have a friend who pronounce "thanks" as "fenks". When I do this at the English course my teacher gets angry because he says it's wrong, although, he pronounce like that without notice. I don't know what to do.
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