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Pronunciation + Listening Practice in English | Ep. 2

Pronunciation + Listening Practice in English | Ep. 2

Practice the transformation of pronunciation in this question and answer to improve your speaking and listening skills in Episode 2.

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Pronunciation + Listening Practice in English! | Stress, Rhythm, Connected Speech, Deletion & Transformation

Pronunciation + Listening Practice in English! | Stress, Rhythm, Connected Speech, Deletion & Transformation

Practice your English pronunciation, including stress, rhythm, connected speech, deletion and transformation, while improving your listening skills!

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“Whaddya” (what + do + you) | English Pronunciation Lesson

“Whaddya” (what + do + you) | English Pronunciation Lesson

Practice asking questions with the phrase "whaddya" (what + do + you) the way Native English speakers do.

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Connected Speech: Consonants + Consonants | English Pronunciation Lesson

Connected Speech: Consonants + Consonants | English Pronunciation Lesson

Use connected speech to link consonants together (C+C) and speak with more efficiency and clarity.

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Consonant + Vowel Pronunciation | Connected Speech | English Pronunciation Lesson

Consonant + Vowel Pronunciation | Connected Speech | English Pronunciation Lesson

One important way in which native English speakers add musicality to their speech is to connect consonants to vowel sounds (C+V). Practice C+ V with this lesson.

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[uw] vowel sound | English Pronunciation Lesson

[uw] vowel sound | English Pronunciation Lesson

This English pronunciation lesson will practice connecting the [uw] vowel sound to words that follow.

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[ow] vowel sound | English Pronunciation Lesson

[ow] vowel sound | English Pronunciation Lesson

Connected speech is most clearly heard when we connect a consonant to a vowel. However, sometimes this consonant-vowel linking comes when two words are connected by two vowels. Learn how to connect vowels in this lesson.

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Connected Speech Practice | English Pronunciation Lesson

Connected Speech Practice | English Pronunciation Lesson

Practice connected speech in this lesson with the sentence "Life is like a box of chocolates" to help you speak with more rhythm and musicality, like a native English speaker.

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Transforming [d] + [y] | English Pronunciation Lesson

Transforming [d] + [y] | English Pronunciation Lesson

You may have noticed that a transformation happens when a word ending in [d] is followed by a word that begins with a [y].

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English Pronunciation Practice! | Rhythm, Connected Speech and Linking

English Pronunciation Practice! | Rhythm, Connected Speech and Linking

Often times, when you learn a new pronunciation rule, you practice that rule in isolation. But real life requires that we put all of the rules together! This lesson provides analysis and pronunciation practice with the phrase "stick out your tongue."

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