English Pronunciation | Vowel Sounds | Improve Your Accent & Speak Clearly

English Pronunciation | Vowel Sounds | Improve Your Accent & Speak Clearly

right now we’re going to study English vowel sounds why because you can get yourself into a lot of trouble by using the wrong vowel sound in English words so we need to fix that right okay if you’ve watched my IPA introduction video then you’ll know exactly what all these symbols mean this is the international phonetic alphabet and I use it a lot when I’m teaching pronunciation to my English students if you don’t know what they are that’s okay you just need to watch the video up there first then you can watch this one that video will make this video much easier to understand okay so these are all the English vowel sounds these are the ones are diphthongs which are also vowel sounds but there is another video that I’ve made especially about diphthong sounds you can watch it here so there are all of these English vowel sounds but only five English vowel letters a e I owe you how does that work let’s use the letter E as an example when you see the letter E in an English word it can be pronounced in a few different ways short e as in egg long e as in she long with an accent as in cafe or the lazy schwa sound oh the sound is so lazy Oh like eleven eleven so let’s look at this group of English sounds remember that their sounds not English letters now let’s look at the first two sounds e and E these Psalms caused a few problems English learners e and e let’s look at this example beach it has the long vowel sound in this word e beach if you mispronounce this long vowel sound and use the short e sound you’ll say bitch that’s redwood beach each here’s another example sheet sheet it uses the long vowel sound but if you accidentally use the short vowel sound you’ll say shit that is also a really rude word so long vowel sounds and short vowel sounds are important in English the short sound is it hit sing bit which disk the long vowel sound is e meat eat beach sheet believe next we have the vowel sound oh you’ll hear that in words like book cook sugar and then we have the longer sound o you’ll hear this sound in words like you to shoe whoo computer let’s move on it’s also easy to confuse the e vowel sound with the short vowel sound a egg 10 left excellent below that we have ah ah you’ll hear this sound in words like cat flat compact that lets go through the middle now next we have my favorite sound it’s the lazier sound in English it’s also the most commonly heard sound in English you’ll hear it a lot today teacher the around then there’s a ah as in her word first work bird notice that the same English sound can be used for all of those different letters in that example all the words her work and first use different letters but make the same sound that’s why learning the IPA is going to help you pronounce English words better then we have the all sound or you can hear this word pronounced in or for BOTS perform saw underneath we move from the ah sound – ah ah you can hear this sounded words like cup butt butter truck then there’s the R sound ah ah as in far cut and hot then we have the O sound or you can hear this sound in not on log God forgot so that’s it for English vowel sound pronunciation today make sure you subscribe to my channel down here so that you can get my next video which is all about English vowel sound pronunciation with diphthongs but right now I want you to go to my website and download the free worksheet that I’ve made just for this video lesson so you can practice practice practice the link to that worksheet is right in the comment section just down here or you can go to my website see you next time

100 thoughts on “English Pronunciation | Vowel Sounds | Improve Your Accent & Speak Clearly

  1. Teacher ! May I ask you question? That is I couldn't find the worksheet.I tried it again and again at least 4 times but I didn't get any worksheet .Please help me Teacher!

  2. astonishing lesson, takes lots of practice for students to master all these sounds, but it pays off greatly….many thanks for your help…

  3. Iam seeing this video now only you teaching is super but and iam stude in English in different ways example {A-E-I-O-U} vowels and others letter are called consonants but you teach IPA please mam tell how I can improve in this way and I have one problem that is can't create new words which letters con use please help me mam

  4. I have watched many videos, but your video is special, thank you very much. ❤️❤️❤️

  5. I have been living in Manchester Uk for almost 4 years now, and after learning the language to the point I am fluent I need now to think of my pronunciation, and this is perfect. THANK YOU!

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  8. Very good class, thank you! I can´t get the free sheets and I have subscribed. I wonder why!! My computer says, the page it is not working.

  9. I am a Turkish boy and I am trying to learn english better in terms of pronounciation. So thank you very much because you are the best channel that I've watched.. I showed you to my classmates and they will watch you😚😚

  10. Please help me. I cannot distinguish listening and speaking between ʌ ɜː ə because my mothertong is different from English. Could you explain how to pronounce differently the three vowels?

  11. Thanks a lot for this video, it is quite helpful, now you have youe LIKE AND A NEW SUBCRIBER, Hugs from Honduras.

  12. hey Emma .Cann you make a video in the kitchen and prepare an Australian breakfast ?I really like Australia.I would like to learn more about it.

  13. your teaching method is outstanding but i have an objecting if you teach these sounds at least five or four in each video it would be better.

  14. Hi Emma. I am from Turkey but I have been in Adelaide/ Australia for 6 months. I love your video and I feel I move forward. In addition I made a chocolate mousse and pizza . It was very very delicious. Thank you for preparing videos 🙂 🙂

  15. Thanks for the video. I've been looking for some native British speakers. The only bad thing is that it's too short 🙁

  16. omg..I was looking for what a vowel sound was to determine when to use "a" or "an". Now it seems like I lost it completely. 🤪😳

  17. Thanks you thank you , I'm from Indonesia and i'm still learning English British pronouncation.. But really hard for saying "sheet" because Indonesian slang really different…

  18. Thankyou for this video it is very useful and easy to learn phonetics🤗🤗🤗😀😀😀😀🤩🤩🤩

  19. HI, how to learn the sounds associating them with their individual symbols? PLS make a video on this topic…. thank you for reading….

  20. Currently taking a phonetics course in university and this video literally saved my grade!!!! I can not explain how helpful it was :)))) Thank you

  21. I have gone crazy watching you.😍😍😍😍….smile, lip moments, teeth..etc..i was forced to subscribe and did so.

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