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  • Hello, I'm John Russell.

  • Today.

  • Let's explore the sound of schools the new vowel sound to make the ooh sound.

  • Your lips should be tense and rounded.

  • Ooh, oh, your tongue should be slightly tense and high toward the back of your mouth.

  • I like to say that the new vowel sound is the sound of schools because, well, school has the sound in it school.

  • But other words that have a connection to school also have the you sound.

  • Take the word student, for example, student or the thing that every student dislikes rules.

  • The examples I gave you also teach an important point.

  • The new foul sound can be spelled with the letters 00 as in school or the letter U.

  • As in student and rules, the new sound has a couple more spelling patterns that you should know about.

  • These include the letters O and E W.

  • Here are some examples prove Lose New Drew.

  • Let's end this video with the quiz.

  • Can you tell how many times I say the new sound in this sentence?

  • The new students broke the rules.

  • That's all for today.

Hello, I'm John Russell.

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How to Pronounce: /u/ as in school

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/24
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