How To Learn Sign Language
August 7, 2019
great thanks i from Brasil my name is Laryssa
fonetic zh looks like russian z 🙂 i dont have any problem with these sounds bcs i am polish, we have lots of these in our language. but will i find here how to spell 'question'? i feel like when i spell it, it sounds sooo polish and wrong
Hi Teacher Rachel! i come from Cambodia. how are you? your teaching videos are really useful. it can help me to pronounce my English properly. during free time i like to listen to Rachel's English channel i want to say thank so much. but why don't you teach about English tenses?
i lovve that there are so many nationalities in the comments 🙂
Hi Rachel, help pleaseeee! How do you pronounce IT'LL?
Thank you for all your videos. I would like to know how to pronounce 'pour'' and ''poor''
Good evening sister how are you, My name is Mekdes for Ethiopian, pleas how to right English and to correct word pleas halp me thank you.
Hi Rachel, thanks for the video! it helps a lot! 🙂
Hi Rachel I´m from Venezuela :-(, Please tell me where did you learn that bunch of techniques? It is amazing; the da da da dadá technique has help out a lot in trying to lose my latin accent. god bless you muack.
Thank you so much.
Thank you I like it
I'd like to know how to pronounce these words Talk, walk
have you ever explained about "silent letter" pronunciation? i wanna know it more. thank you, Rachel. you're such an inspiring teacher.
hey rachel, google uses a different system to denote pronunciation, is it a trend to replace the ipa?
Rachel, do you speack spanish?
"Zh" seems to have the same sound of "j" and "g" in Brazilian Portuguese.
Thank you mamI wanna know the pronounciation of" ielts"
I want to learn English, and it’s very helpful for me. Thank you so much
Hopefully the sentence that I wrote right, I’m sorry I was a beginer 😀
these kind of lessons are so helpful for our learning, i thank u Rachel for the fine work, on u how are you for christmas?
I really wanna reduce my accent. A face to face session in my town would cost dozens of dollars. Is that class helping me ?
These sounds are easy to do. I think for most people the hardest sounds are the of the words with "th". But for me, the toughest one is the word "sixth", because you come from a "x" pronounced in the middle of the tongue touching the palate and then go to the tip of the tongue not touching the palate, instead it touches the back of the upper front teeth
thanks a lot!
thanks Rachel and greetings from Guayaquil, Ecuador, Merry Christmas and happy new year
Thank you Rachel. Your video is very helpful. So, I'm subscribing you. I hope you prosper more.
You're awesome Rachel, I love your videos!!! As a teacher and singer I apreciate your work a lot!!! You make it so much easier for the rest of us hahaha Thanks!!!
I love all your videos. Please make videos about Silent Letter Rules. Thanks
Can you give some minimal pairs examples?
A REDUCTION WHEN SOUND is CHANGED or DROPPED, Rachel Said
Very usefull. Thanks!!!!
I can easily pronounce it for some reasons even though I have hardly every used it. I think I got it right.
In Hindustani, it's present only in handful of Persian loanwords like 'azhdaha' – dragon.
Thank you very much 😍😍😍
Well explaination , mam ! Most helpful so thank you
Hello Rachel, your videos are very helpful, however, i still have a problem with the word "judge", after the first /dʒ/, how can my tongue go back to the position for the second one?
Hi Rachel, how do you make the voiced sound? I can only voice something similar to /ʃ/ or /dʒ/; it's hard for me to bring out the voice without adding other sounds or touching the roof of my mouth. Thank you!
Waw!! Good one!! Need more examples with different words!!
THANK U SO MUCH
THANKS A LOT!! You're great
People usualy don't pay attention on ch, sh, zh and j but from these sounds accent usually comes from. For instance slavs will make those sounds too hard, spaniards too soft. I understand that vowels are the most important thing when working your accent but from these sounds i can hear an accent in people that can speak almost indistinguishable from a a native.
thanks☆ love your teaching
So great. The video is helpful, from Vietnam, thanks for teaching.
my name is zhir , in kurdish we use alot (zh) sound we write it as ( J ) english(zhir). Kurdish latin (jîr)
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