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The /n/ Sound

The /n/ Sound

Hi there. This is the /n/ sound, as in the word “and” in and not. This is a sound from the Single Consonants group. The /n/ sound is called the “alveolar nasal,” which means that you put your tongue against Read more…


English: A Stress-Timed Language – American Pronunciation

English:  A Stress-Timed Language – American Pronunciation

In this American English pronunciation video, we’re going to go over why some words sound different when they’re said on their own than they do when they’re said as part of a sentence, like ‘for’, ‘fer’. A lot of people Read more…


How to Pronounce the Letter E – American English

How to Pronounce the Letter E – American English

Pronunciation is Physical: Diphthongs

Pronunciation is Physical: Diphthongs

Hi there, this is a quick video to look at the diphthong sounds. I am Colin Munro and this is the English Language Club. Remember pronunciation is physical and the important thing to remember with the diphthongs is that they Read more…


IPA: International Phonetic Alphabet Quiz — American English Pronunciation

IPA:  International Phonetic Alphabet Quiz — American English Pronunciation

This is an International Phonetic Alphabet symbol quiz. The more you familiarize yourself with the symbols and the sounds they represent, the easier it will be for you to study English pronunciation. Let’s get started. So, how did you do? Read more…


How to Pronounce Contractions: American English Pronunciation

How to Pronounce Contractions: American English Pronunciation

I’ve had some requests to go over the pronunciation of various contractions. So, let’s start with the ‘to be’ contractions, as in I am, you are, we are. First, I’m. It’s one syllable, the ‘ai’ as in ‘buy’ diphthong and Read more…


American English Consonants – IPA – Pronunciation – International Phonetic Alphabet

American English Consonants – IPA – Pronunciation – International Phonetic Alphabet

Let’s take a look at the letter T. It can be silent, like in the word fasten. It can be pronounced ch, as in the word future. It can be pronounced tt like in the word tap. When it’s paired Read more…