How to learn American pronunciation - Peppy Pronunciation Lesson 9 with Steve Ford
26 сентября 2013

How to learn American pronunciation - Peppy Pronunciation Lesson 9 with Steve Ford

How to learn American pronunciation - Peppy Pronunciation Lesson 9 with Steve Ford
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Изучение английского языка станет простым с видео How to learn American pronunciation - Peppy Pronunciation Lesson 9 with Steve Ford.
 
#1 написал: Aula de Biscuit (28 сентября 2013 11:09)
Hmm I didn't know that Bob and ken was the same person For many years I thought that Barbie has dumped? Bob and started dating Ken. Learning English gossiping about Barbie is so much fun!! hehe!! Thank you!
#2 написал: PrivateEnglishPortal (28 сентября 2013 11:09)
Thanks a lot! Nice cat! By the way, I found this regarding the name of Barbie's boyfriend: "In Brazil in the 1980s, the Estrela company named the? doll Bob instead of Ken".
#3 написал: Aula de Biscuit (28 сентября 2013 11:09)
Great song!!! Ohhh I'm from the time the Barbie? dating Bob... Older people will remember Bob
#4 написал: PrivateEnglishPortal (28 сентября 2013 11:09)
You're welcome Laura! I know many English learners have problems pronouncing the sounds I taught, but believe me? with a little practice you CAN do it! :) :) ;)
#5 написал: Laura Jesson (28 сентября 2013 11:09)
Thanks for the video Steve, very funny by the way. Even tough I can easily ear the difference betwen this two sounds there's no way that I can say them. they're very different? in spanish.
#6 написал: PrivateEnglishPortal (28 сентября 2013 11:09)
Hi Lewn5! You are very welcome! yeah the dad vs. dead thing is really tricky too! I am? happy to be able to share my music with you to help you remember how to pronounce can vs. Ken, can't vs. Kent. :)
#7 написал: lewn5 (28 сентября 2013 11:09)
Hi Steve, thanks for this video! It reminds me of a friend who told? me how embarrassed she was when she moved to Florida with her american husband and she was always afraid of calling her father-in-law "dead" instead of "dad". She could never tell the difference and, to be honest, neither can I. But your videos help a lot. Thanks once again and, hey, good job on this song, man! Very good! I didn't know you play all these instruments! Which is the one in the last photo? A trumpet? Wow! Great!
#8 написал: PrivateEnglishPortal (28 сентября 2013 11:09)
That's definitely something I do with longer words and especially the ones that end in "tion". For example, completion = com PLE shin or information = in for MAY shin. It's interesting that saying "may in" slowly sounds more southern U.S. while faster sounds? more standard. Thanks for sharing!!!
#9 написал: eezepeeze (28 сентября 2013 11:09)
A trick I have used to help students both hear and? pronounce the difference is to show them that "an" is actually 2 sounds put together: ay-yin. So, man becomes may-yin. When we do it very slowly, it helps them feel what their tongue should be doing. As we speed up, we lose the 2 syllable effect, but keep the sliding tongue that pushes the "an" up into the nose. Sometimes, I have students hold their noses while practicing. The difference between "in, en, an" is one of the most difficult.
#10 написал: chano Hernandez (28 сентября 2013 11:09)
thank you stave is great your video. ?
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