Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hello. I'm John Russell. Today. Let's explore our last vowel sound. Oy. It isn't the prettiest of the vowel sounds, but you need to learn it to make the oy sound. Your lips should begin in a slightly rounded position. Then they should move slightly apart like this boy. Boy, your tongue should be relaxed. It should begin in a middle position toward the back of your mouth and end in, ah, high position toward the front of your mouth. The oy sound has to common spellings, and they're pretty easy to remember. Oh, I and oh, why common words spelled with the letters. Oh, I include oil. Avoid join oil. Avoid join Common words spelled with the letters. Oh, why include toy? Enjoy, Employ toy. Enjoy, employ. Let's end this video with a quiz. Can you tell how many times I say the oy sound in this sentence? Write your answer in the comments section of the website. Joyce had an appointment in Detroit. Joyce had an appointment in Detroit. That's all for today.