Peppy English Pronunciation Lesson 1a-Learn English with Steve Ford
26 сентября 2013

Peppy English Pronunciation Lesson 1a-Learn English with Steve Ford

Peppy English Pronunciation Lesson 1a-Learn English with Steve Ford
'ed' endings English pronunciation learning practice for basic to advanced students mypeppy.com Steve is currently accepting a few more one-to-one students privateenglishportal.com/contact-steve
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#1 написал: ss121ss121 (28 сентября 2013 13:30)
I want to learn more english terms more than pronouncing it like native speakers, am i wrong? i? think it is funny to try to speak like natives
#2 написал: mcarsg67 (28 сентября 2013 13:30)
try YouTube? YOUDO FLAMING CHORIZO excellent
#3 написал: Denise Maria Branquinho (28 сентября 2013 13:30)
Yes, I understand the 3 different sounds, but the problem is: verbs in past is a tricky thing, and imagine different pronunciations for the same letters!? This is too much! My mother language is Portuguese, where everything is pronounced the same way in which you write and every letter is always the same. I love English because I am a singer and I love to sing in English, but it is tremendously difficult for Brazilians to learn English that is! Thank you Steve!!!
#4 написал: PrivateEnglishPortal (28 сентября 2013 13:30)
Hi Denise, now that you know what the sounds are, you are halfway to learning? "ed" pronunciation. The next step is practicing these sounds. You said almost impossible, so I am guessing you understand the 3 different sounds, but you need someone to correct you when you are speaking. I have a lot of advanced students who need help with these "ed" endings. They are able to improve their pronunciation because I am always alerting them to the "ed" ending they are pronouncing incorrectly.
#5 написал: Denise Maria Branquinho (28 сентября 2013 13:30)
Dear Steve, thank you very much for the reply. Of course you are right and your arguments are convincing, but is almost impossible for me to pronounce the "ed" in several different? ways, depending on the words. do you understand me?
#6 написал: PrivateEnglishPortal (28 сентября 2013 13:30)
Hi Densie, this is the way native speakers talk. You CAN be understood by pronouncing the "ed" incorrectly, but until now, I have never met an English learner? who didn't want to sound more like a native speaker. Does this make sense?
#7 написал: Denise Maria Branquinho (28 сентября 2013 13:30)
Hello, dear Steve! Is it really necessary to? pronouce that way?
#8 написал: PrivateEnglishPortal (28 сентября 2013 13:30)
Yes, in? terms of pronunciation, both would be the same and you would only know according to context.
#9 написал: MrMadrid1975 (28 сентября 2013 13:30)
So the only difference 'between work to' and 'worked to'? is into the context?
#10 написал: PrivateEnglishPortal (28 сентября 2013 13:30)
You are welcome. "worked to" would be wor(ked) to. Since worked takes a "t" sound on the end and "to" also takes "t", the first "t" from the "ed" ending in "worked"? is omitted. Does that make sense?
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