American English Vowels - IPA - Pronunciation - Interntional Phonetic Alphabet
30 июля 2013

American English Vowels - IPA - Pronunciation - Interntional Phonetic Alphabet

American English Vowels - IPA - Pronunciation - Interntional Phonetic Alphabet
ESL: International Phonetic Alphabet symbols for the vowels of American English. Get acquainted with the symbols! It helps as you study pronunciation. TRANSC...
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#1 написал: Khi?m Nguy?n (1 августа 2013 08:27)
Hi. Rachel. Firstly, Thank you for your helpful video. Next, I have small comment for you. In video you posted, at 2:33 vowel /?/, you pronounce slightly similar British English than? American English.
#2 написал: Mick Cripps (1 августа 2013 08:27)
a lot of your words sound different to real English ...eg. US say..;cot'..English' 'caught'.. ergo...you have really messed the true English? language up...Yuk.
#3 написал: Valmir f (1 августа 2013 08:27)
As someone who does not like himself can? vote positivo? Impossible! Rachel! You are great! Thank you! Valmir Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
#4 написал: kluiz6 (1 августа 2013 08:27)
I've noticed the British [??] sound is not a vowel? in American Pronunciation, then the british will say the word LAW like [l??] and you will say just [l?]. But, my doubt is why in many words like "more", "war", "before", which the [?] should be used, I heard many native americans pronouncing the [??] like british. In fact, when you pronounced the word "always" in the beginning of this video, you said ['??lwe?z] not ['?lwe?z]
#5 написал: Gabriel Gait?n (1 августа 2013 08:27)
Hi, Could you possibly explain this to me, please? I cannot notice the difference between /?/ and /?/, since I was taught both /?/ and /?/, as /?:/, is that the same? or maybe /?/ is closer to the British /?/? The? last one, what about the /??/? is it British too? Thank you in advance!
#6 написал: Lyzz Moreno (1 августа 2013 08:27)
Thanks Miss. Rachel, you? make vowels easier and simple. I always have troubles with vowels :D Thanks a lot.
#7 написал: clzvsc (1 августа 2013 08:27)
Ohh!! Thank? you :D
#8 написал: SlavicDubs (1 августа 2013 08:27)
Could you explain to me the difference between the sounds [?] and [?]? I always thought that [?] was? British and that Americans say [?] instead.
#9 написал: SlavicDubs (1 августа 2013 08:27)
That's because your dictionary uses the British pronunciation. Take the word "near" for example: British:? n??, American: n?r
#10 написал: Rachel's English (1 августа 2013 08:27)
/?/ is the British pronunciation. I'm actually publishing a video tomorrow that goes over? that exactly!
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