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  • Hello.

  • I'm John Russell today.

  • Let's explore the vowel sound, huh?

  • It's the sound of modal verbs.

  • Among many other important words to make the sound.

  • Your lips should be slightly rounded and relaxed.

  • Uh huh, Uh huh.

  • Your tongue should be relaxed and raised at the back of your mouth.

  • Uh, is a common sound in modal verbs.

  • You know, those auxiliary verbs that express ability or possibility they often have n o U L D spelling, as in could should Would Could should would.

  • But the vowel sound has two other common spelling patterns.

  • The first is the letters O as in good stood neighborhood.

  • Good stood neighborhood.

  • The second is the letter U.

  • As in push poll full push.

  • Paul full.

  • I'll end this video with a quiz in the following sentences.

  • Count how many times you can hear the sound right to our answer in the comments section of our website.

  • Could you help me look for the sugar?

  • Could you help me look for the sugar?

  • Would you like to read a good book?

  • Would you like to read a good book?

  • That's all for today.


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B1 sound modal good book vowel sound spelling relaxed

How to Pronounce: /ʊ/: the sound of modal verbs

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