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  • Hello, I'm John Russell.

  • Today we are going to continue exploring some of the most difficulty bowel sounds for non native speakers of English.

  • Let's review the A and add sounds, which we have explored in previous videos.

  • If you haven't seen those yet, you might want to watch them first.

  • Remember that the jaw is more open for the ah sound.

  • Your tongue should be on the floor of your mouth for the sound.

  • The jaw is slightly down.

  • Let's practice for this exercise.

  • You will need a mobile phone computer or some other way to record your voice.

  • I want you to pause the video when you see the text and then record yourself reading the text.

  • Then compare your recording to my voice.

  • Pay special attention to the air and air sounds.

  • Fred, my best friend, is a technology expert.

  • Fred, my best friend, is a technology expert.

  • I have a bad headache.

  • It has lasted for several days.

  • I have a bad headache.

  • It has lasted for several days.

  • I'm planning to visit some family and friends in January.

  • I'm planning to visit some family and friends in January.

  • That's all for today.

Hello, I'm John Russell.

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How to Pronounce: Difficult Vowel sounds for non-native speakers: /ɛ/ and / æ/

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/23
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