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  • hey it's Jennifer from Tarle speech with your two for Tuesday today's words we

  • actually have three today we have I'll the contraction aisle a row in a building

  • or in a store and Isle a small island of course three definitions three spellings

  • one pronunciation so to say these words correctly we have lots of silent letters

  • today we only have two sounds we have the long I and to make this vowel

  • you're going to open your mouth super wide and your tongue tip is going to be

  • low in your mouth with the back pulled up and then you're going to move your

  • mouths to a smile and the tongue to a high flat position in the mouth I then

  • we're gonna end with the l to do this touch the tip of your tongue to the back

  • of your top front teeth l-l I-l I-l yes you probably do hear a little bit of a sound

  • in there but if you think about saying only these two sounds the I and then

  • moving to that L smoothly you should be fine I'll aisle isle aisle I'll aisle

  • and let's give it a try in a sentence I'll enjoy browsing the aisles in the

  • store while on vacation on the isle give it a try

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hey it's Jennifer from Tarle speech with your two for Tuesday today's words we

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How to Pronounce I'LL, AISLE, ISLE - American English Homophone Pronunciation Lesson

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    Summer posted on 2020/11/10
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