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  • hey everyone Jennifer from Tarle Speech with your two for Tuesday lesson today's

  • words are here which means at this place and hear what we do with our ears to

  • listen so let's go ahead and take a look at these words two words two meanings

  • pronounced exactly the same way we're going to start with an H super easy just

  • exhaling to let that air out here's the tricky part

  • next we're going to move to the ear and to do this we're gonna start with that

  • long e e which is the smiling vowel and then we're going to move to the er

  • make it very smooth with no break in between it's not E or er ear and to do

  • this again smile and then move to square tense lips for that er sound and your

  • tongue it's going to move from behind your top front teeth it's either going

  • to flip back or point down whichever you prefer for the er ear ear ear and

  • let's put it all together here hear here and now for a sentence come over here so

  • you can hear me come over here so you can hear me give it a try I know people

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hey everyone Jennifer from Tarle Speech with your two for Tuesday lesson today's

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How to Pronounce HERE & HEAR - American English Homophone Pronunciation Lesson

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    Summer posted on 2020/09/01
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