– American English Pronunciation –
Videos

– ( Letter O ) –


 

1.  The Pronunciation of the “Long” O ( /o/ ) – [su_lightbox src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YNdpFbG318″][su_button target=”blank” style=”flat” radius=”0″ icon=”icon: comment-o”] Click Here to Watch the Video [/su_button][/su_lightbox]

2.  The Pronunciation of the “Short” O ( /ɑ/ ) – [su_lightbox src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWO6g9x-TgI”][su_button target=”blank” style=”flat” radius=”0″ icon=”icon: comment-o”] Click Here to Watch the Video [/su_button][/su_lightbox]


Combinations


1.  The “OO” Combination (Same as the “Long” U) – ( /u/ ) – [su_lightbox src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klJQmJpmjdc”][su_button target=”blank” style=”flat” radius=”0″ icon=”icon: comment-o”] Click Here to Watch the Video [/su_button][/su_lightbox]

2.  The “OO” combination as a True-Schwa / Short “I” Diphthong  – ( /əɪ/ ) – (same as the “oul” combination in words like “could”, “should” and “would”) – [su_lightbox src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJ7dM_LU9t4″][su_button target=”blank” style=”flat” radius=”0″ icon=”icon: comment-o”] Click Here to Watch the Video [/su_button][/su_lightbox]  –  (In the video, the speaker says that this is a “short” sound, but does not explain what she means…  This is NOT the “Short” letter “U”.)

3.  The “ORN” Combination (& The “AR” Combination) – (/oɹn/ &/ɑɹ/) – [su_lightbox src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qw4MnIY2Bh8″][su_button target=”blank” style=”flat” radius=”0″ icon=”icon: comment-o”] Click Here to Watch the Video [/su_button][/su_lightbox]

4.  The “OW” Combination – ( /au/ ) – [su_lightbox src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WDnVMQIaTs”][su_button target=”blank” style=”flat” radius=”0″ icon=”icon: comment-o”] Click Here to Watch the Video [/su_button][/su_lightbox]  –  (Please note, that there is a difference in the phoetic spelling, that is because this lady is using British English and, even though she is using the same sounds, as in The Common Tongue, they are spelling it as if it was something different…  do not pay attention to the phonetic spelling…  just listen to what she says.)


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