🇷🇺 Американское произношение с Rachel. Оглавление видеоуроков

В комментариях к моему видео об улучшении произношения  я получил интересный отклик от Глеба Морозова, в котором он поделился со мной ссылкой на страницу с оглавлением к каналу Rachel’s English. За это ему спасибо!

Rachel’s website  (ссылка на сайт Rachel)

Rachel’s video channel (ссылка на канал YouTube)

The Challenge of Learning US English (отсюда взял само оглавление с ссылками)

Кратко, канал Rachel’s English посвящен постановке и отработке американского произношения. Много полезной информации про тонкости произношения в удобном для восприятия формате. На мой взгляд самые лучше видеоуроки по американскому произношению на просторах интернета.

Ниже представлен материал по постановке американского произношения в виде удобного оглавления с ссылками на видео.


  1. Introduction

Welcome to Rachel’s English – American Pronunciation

Welcome to Rachel’s English

Why English Pronunciation is so Hard –

Musical Language: American English Pronunciation –

How to Practice English Pronunciation — Interview with Tom Kelley

  1. IPA and alphabet

How to Pronounce the Alphabet: American English Pronunciation –

Alphabet Test: American English Pronunciation –

American English Vowels – IPA – Pronunciation – International Phonetic Alphabet –

American English Diphthongs – IPA – Pronunciation – International Phonetic Alphabet – –

American English Consonants – IPA – Pronunciation – International Phonetic Alphabet

Learn the IPA – Consonants – American English

IPA: International Phonetic Alphabet Quiz – American English Pronunciation –

American English Conversation with IPA: Breakfast! – Pronunciation Exercise –

How to Pronounce Any Word in American English –

  1. Relaxing and improving

How to Improve American English: Drop the Jaw –

Soft palate and other parts of the Mouth: American English Pronunciation

Mouth Position Study: American English Pronunciation –

The Path of the Voice (1 of 6) – American English Pronunciation –

JAW RELAXATION EXERCISES (2 of 6) – Vocal Exercises – American English

TONGUE RELAXATION EXERCISES (3 of 6) – Vocal Exercises – American English Pronunciation

LIP RELAXATION EXERCISES (4 of 6) – Vocal Exercises – American English Pronunciation

NECK AND THROAT RELAXATION EXERCISES (5 of 6) – Vocal Exercises – American English Pronunciation

SOFT PALATE EXERCISES (6 of 6) – Vocal Exercises – American English Pronunciation –

Placement and American English Pronunciation –

  1. Learning sounds

The Sounds of American English — General Information to Get Started

English Sounds – Vowel and Diphthong Comparison

4.1. Vowel sounds

4.1.1. How to pronounce vowels

EE videos:

English: How to Pronounce EE [i] Vowel: American Accent –

American English – EE [i] Vowel – How to make the EE Vowel – Version 2016

Vow-01Vow-02Vow-03Vow-04Vow-05Vow-06Vow-07Vow-08Mix-07

IH videos:

English: How to Pronounce IH [ɪ] vowel: American Accent –  

American English – IH [ɪ] Vowel – How to make the IH Vowel – Version 2016

Vow-01Vow-02Vow-03Vow-04Vow-05Vow-06Vow-07Vow-08Vow-09Vow-10Vow-13,Mix-01Mix-02

AA videos:

English: How to Pronounce AA [æ] vowel: American Accent –

How to Pronounce AA [æ] – Lesson Excerpt: American English Pronunciation –

Listen+Repeat: AA [æ] Sound, American English Pronunciation –

American English – AA [æ] Vowel – How to make the AA Vowel – Version 2016

Vow-06Vow-08Vow-10Vow-11Vow-12Vow-13Vow-14Vow-15Mix-03Mix-04

EH videos:

English: How to Pronounce EH [ɛ] vowel: American Accent –

American English – EH [ɛ] Vowel – How to make the EH Vowel – Version 2016

Vow-06Vow-07Vow-09Vow-10Vow-11Vow-12Vow-13

OO videos:

English: How to Pronounce the OO [u] Vowel: American Accent –

American English – OO [u] Vowel – How to make the OO Vowel

Vow-06Vow-10Vow-16Vow-19, Mix-05Mix-06

UH (as in Pull) videos:

English: How to Pronounce UH as in PULL [ʊ] vowel: American Accent –

American English Sounds – UH [ʊ] Vowel – How to make the UH as in PUSH Vowel – Version 2016

Vow-06Vow-10Vow-16Vow-17, Vow-19

AH videos:

English: How to Pronounce [ɑ] AH vowel: American Accent –

American English – AH [ɑ] Vowel – How to make the AH Vowel – Version 2016

Vow-06Vow-07Vow-13Vow-14Vow-18Mix-05Mix-06

AW videos:

English: How to Pronounce AW [ɔ] Vowel: American Accent –

American English – AW [ɔ] Vowel – How to make the AW Vowel – Version 2016

Vow-06Vow-13Mix-05Mix-06

UH (as in Butter) videos:

English: How to Pronounce UH as in BUTTER [ʌ] vowel – American Accent –

American English – UH [ʌ] Vowel – How to make the UH Vowel – Version 2016

Vow-06Vow-10Vow-15Vow-17Vow-18Mix-06

Schwa videos:

English: How to Pronounce the Schwa [ə] – American Accent –

American English Sounds – UH [ə] Vowel – How to make the SCHWA Vowel – Version 2016

Vow-06Vow-07Vow-08Vow-10Vow-13Vow-17Mix-07, Mix-08

AY videos:

English: How to Pronounce AY [eɪ] diphthong: American Accent –

English Sounds – AY as in SAY Diphthong [eɪ] – How to make the AY as in SAY Diphthong [eɪ]- Version 2016

Vow-07Vow-13

AI videos:

English: How to Pronounce AI [aɪ] diphthong: American Accent –

English Sounds – AI [aɪ] Diphthong – How to make the AI as in BUY Diphthong – Version 2016

Vow-08Mix-07

OH videos:

English: How to Pronounce OH [oʊ] diphthong: American Accent –

English Sounds – OH [oʊ] Diphthong – How to make the OH as in NO Diphthong – Version 2016

Mix-07

EW videos:

English: How to Pronounce EW [ju] Diphthong: American Accent

English Sounds – EW [ju] Diphthong – How to make the EW as in FEW Diphthong Version 2016

Vow-10Mix-05

OY videos:

English: How to Pronounce OY diphthong [ɔɪ]: American Accent –

English Sounds – OY [ɔɪ] Diphthong – How to make the OY as in TOY Diphthong – Version 2016

OW video:

English: How to Pronounce OW [aʊ] diphthong: American Accent

English Sounds – OW [aʊ] Diphthong – How to make the OW as in NOW Diphthong – Version 2016

Mix-07

UR video:

English: How to Pronounce [ɜ] UR vowel: American English Pronunciation –

American English Sounds – UR [ɜ] Vowel – How to make the UR as in BIRD Vowel

Vow-06

4.1.2. Vowel related videos

/Vow-01/ Comprehension test: IH vowel: American English Pronunciation –  [i] [ɪ]

/Vow-02/ How to Pronounce EE vs. IH, leave vs. live – American English –  [i] [ɪ]

/Vow-03/ EE vs. IH, Long and Short Vowels – American English –  [i] [ɪ]

/Vow-04/ How to Say BEACH vs. BITCH and SHEET vs. SHIT – American English –  [i][ɪ]

/Vow-05/ Tense vs Lax ee vs ih, American English Pronunciation [i] [ɪ]

/Vow-06/ Vowel Comparison: American English Pronunciation – [i] [ɪ] [æ] [ɛ] [u] [ʊ] [ɑ] [ɔ] [ʌ] [ə] [ɜ]

/Vow-07/ How to Pronounce the Letter E – American English –  [i] [ɪ] [æ] [ɛ] [ɑ] [ə] [eɪ]

/Vow-08/ How to Pronounce the Letter I – American English –  [i] [ɪ] [ə] [aɪ] [j]

/Vow-09/How to Say WIN vs WHEN – American English Pronunciation –  [ɪ] [ɛ]

/Vow-10/How to Pronounce the Letter U – American English –  [ɪ] [ɛ] [u] [ʊ] [ʌ] [ə] [ju] [w]

/Vow-11/ Listening Comprehension: AA [æ], American English Pronunciation –  [æ] [ɛ]

/Vow-12/ American English Pronunciation: EH [ɛ] vs. AA [æ] Vowels –   [æ] [ɛ]

/Vow-13/ How to Pronounce the Letter A: American English –  [ɪ] [æ] [ɛ] [ɑ] [ɔ] [ə] [eɪ]

/Vow-14/ How to Pronounce Bottle vs. Battle: American English – [æ] [ɑ]

/Vow-15/ How to Say STAFF vs. STUFF – American English Pronunciation –  [æ] [ʌ]

/Vow-16/ Look vs. Luke: American English pronunciation –  [u] [ʊ]

/Vow-17/ Comparing the 3 Uh Sounds: American English Pronunciation –  [ʊ] [ʌ] [ə]

/Vow-18/ How to Pronounce AH vs UH: American English –  [ɑ] [ʌ]

/Vow-19/ How to Pronounce POOL vs. PULL: English Conversation

4.2. Consonants

4.2.1. How to pronounce consonants

Unvoiced vs. Voiced: American English Pronunciation –

Ending Voiced vs. Unvoiced Consonants — American Accent

How to Pronounce Stop Consonants: American English –

T or D videos:

English: How to Pronounce T and D consonants: American Accent –

English Sounds – T [t] and D [d] Consonants – How to make the T and D Consonants – Version 2016)

American English: T Pronunciations (true T, Flap T, stop T, glottal stop) –

How to Make the TS Sound – American English Pronunciation –

Con-01Con-02Con-03Con-04Con-05Con-06Con-07Con-08Con-09Con-10Con-11Con-12Con-13Con-14Con-24Con-40, Con-43Mix-02Mix-05

B or P videos:

English: How to Pronounce B and P consonants: American Accent –

English Sounds – B[b] and P[p] Consonants – How to make the B and P Consonants-Version 2016

Con-01Con-24Con-40

K or G videos:

English: How to Pronounce G and K consonants: American Accent –

Con-01Con-15Con-16Con-34Con-40, Con-49

CH or JJ videos:

English: How to Pronounce CH [ʧ] and JJ [ʤ] Sounds: American Accent –

Con-12Con-13Con-14Con-17Con-34

THs videos:

English: How to Pronounce TH Consonants [θ] + [ð]: Ameircan Accent –

Con-18Con-19Con-20Con-33, Con-48,

S or Z videos:

English: How to Pronounce S and Z consonants: American Accent –

Con-17Con-18Con-19Con-20Con-21Con-22Con-23Con-24, Con-45, Con-50

SH or ZH videos:

English: How to Pronounce SH [ʃ] and ZH [ʒ] consonants: American Accent –

Con-23Con-25Con-26, Con-45

F or V videos:

English: How to Pronounce F and V consonants: American Accent –

Con-24Con-27Con-28Con-29Mix-06

H videos:

English: How to Pronounce the H consonant: American Accent –

M videos:

English: How to Pronounce M consonant: American Accent –

Con-24Mix-03Mix-04, Mix-08

N videos:

English: How to Pronounce N consonant: American Accent –

Con-20Con-24Con-26Con-30Con-31Con-32Con-33Con-34, Con44, Con-50,  Mix-03Mix-04, Mix-08

NG videos:

English: How to Pronounce NG [ŋ] Consonant: American Accent –

Con-30Con-31Con-34Con-35Mix-01Mix-03Mix-04

L videos:

English: How to Pronounce L consonant: American Accent –

Con-03Con-24Con-36Con-37Con-38Con-39, Con-47Mix-05, Mix-08

R videos:

English: How to Pronounce R [ɹ] Consonant: American Accent –

Con-12Con-24Con-25Con-36Con-37Con-40Con-41, Con-46Mix-05, Mix-08

W videos:

American English: How to Pronounce the W consonant: –

Con-15Con-16Con-24Con-27Con-41Con-42, Con-49Vow-09

Y related videos:

English: How to Pronounce the Y [j] consonant: American Accent –

Con-14Vow-07Mix-07

4.2.2. Consonant related videos

/Con-01/ K-Mart Ad “Ship my Pants” / “Shit my Pants” – American English Pronunciation –  [t] [p]

/Con-02/ Examples: how to pronounce T: American English Pronunciation –  [t] [d] [t|]

/Con-03/ How to Pronounce T + Dark L: American English –  [t] [d] [l]

/Con-04/ English Pronunciation: T after R like in PARTY – American English –  [t] [d]

/Con-05/ The Flap T! American English Pronunciation –  [t] [d]

/Con-06/ Flap T: Really a D Sound? American English Pronunciation –   [t] [d]

/Con-07/ Using Flap T to Link Words: American English Pronunciation –  [t] [d]

/Con-08/ How to Practice the Flap T – American English Pronunciation –  [t] [d]

/Con-09/ How to Pronounce T and D between Consonants – American English – Transcrip t [t] [d]

/Con-10/ How to Say MOUNTAIN and SENTENCE – American English –   [t] [t|]

/Con-11/ TSUP!? – it’s, what’s, that’s as TS: American English Pronunciation –  [ts]

/Con-12/ TR souding like CHR, DR like JR, and STR like SDR: American English Pronunciation –  [tr] [ʧr] [dr] [ʤr]

/Con-13/ How to Pronounce the TR Consonant Cluster – American English –  [tr] [ʧr]

/Con-14/ JJ sound in ‘Could You?’ – American English Pronunciation –  [d] [j] [ʤ]

/Con-15/ How To Make the ‘QU’ Sound: American English Pronunciation –  [k] [w]

/Con-16/ How to Pronounce ‘QU’: American English –  [k] [w]

/Con-17/ ZZ vs. JJ (buzz vs. budge) Sounds: American English Pronunciation –  [ʤ] [z]

/Con-18/ How to Pronounce “THS” sound – American English –  [θ] [s]

/Con-19/ American English Pronunciation: cloth vs. clothe vs. clothes –  [θ] [ð] [s] [z]

/Con-20/ How to Pronounce TH after N or Z: American English –  [θ] [ð] [n] [z]

/Con-21/ How to Pronounce Plural Nouns: American English –  [s] [z]

/Con-22/ American English: Letter S Pronounced [z] –  [z]

/Con-23/ How to Pronounce the Letter S – American English –  [s] [z] [ʃ] [ʒ]

/Con-24/ S Consonant Clusters – American English Pronunciation  [s] [t] [r] [m] [n] [p] [l] [ɹ] [w] [f]

/Con-25/ How to Pronounce the SHR Consonant Cluster: American English –  [ʃ] [ɹ]

/Con-26/ How to Say the -SION ending! American English Pronunciation –    [ʃ] [n]

/Con-27/ Mixing Up V & W sounds: American English Pronunciation –  [v] [w]

/Con-28/ f & v Sounds practice: American English Pronunciation –  [f] [v]

/Con-29/ How to Make the V Sound – Lesson Excerpt: American English Pronunciation – RachelsEnglish –  [v]

/Con-30/ How to Pronounce N [n] vs. NG [ŋ]: American English –  [n] [ŋ]

/Con-31/ How to End a Word in N [n] or NG [ŋ]: American English Pronunciation –  [n] [ŋ]

/Con-32/ How to make the N sound – relating to the D position: American English Pronunciation –  [n]

/Con-33/ NTH Cluster Practice Tip – American English Pronunciation –   [n] [θ]

/Con-34/ How to Pronounce the Letters NG: American English –  [n] [ʤ] [ŋ] [k] [g]

/Con-35/ How to Pronounce NG – No Hard G: American English –  [ŋ]

/Con-36/ How to Pronounce R and L Sounds – Comparison – American English Pronunciation –  [l] [ɹ]

/Con-37/ R + L Exercises: American English Pronunciation – Trancsript [l] [ɹ]

/Con-38/ L in the Middle of a Word – American English Pronunciation –  [l]

/Con-39/ Light vs Dark L, American English Pronunciation –    [l]

/Con-40/ Holding out the R: American English Pronunciation –  [ɹ] [k] [g] [p] [b] [t] [d]

/Con-41/ R vs. W Sounds – American English Pronunciation –  [ɹ] [w]

/Con-42/ How to Pronounce W Sound: Lesson Excerpt – American English –  [w]

/Con-43/ Stop T vs No T – American English Pronunciation /|t/

/Con-44/ Tongue Flexibility and the N [n] Sound EXERCISES

/Con-45/ How to Pronounce S [s] vs. SH [ʃ] – American English

/Con-46/ Speech Exercise: Relaxing around the R Sound — American English

/Con-47/ EMAIL vs. EMAI-OH – How to make the Dark L – American English

/Con-48/ TH Sound – Practice Tip – Tom Kelley – Rachel’s English

/Con-49/ KW Consonant Cluster – How to Pronounce “qu-“

/Con-50/ [Advanced] NS Endings – American English Pronunciation

4.3. Mixed cases

/Mix-01/ How to Pronounce the I in ING: American English –  [ɪ] [ŋ]

/Mix-02/ How to Pronounce -ed verb endings: American English Pronunciation –  [ɪ] [t] [d]

/Mix-03/ How to Pronounce [æ] before [n], [m], or [ŋ]: American English Pronunciation –  [æ] [m] [n] [ŋ]

/Mix-04/ Happy Easter! AA vowel followed by nasal consonants – American English pronunciation –  [æ] [m] [n] [ŋ]

/Mix-05/ How to Pronounce AR, ORN, etc: American English –  [ɹ], [ɑ] [ɔ] [ju] [u] [l] [t]

/Mix-06/ How to Pronounce OUGH: American English –  [u] [aʊ] [oʊ], [ɑ] [ɔ] [ʌ] [f]

/Mix-07/ How to Pronounce the Letter Y: American English –  [i] [ə] [aɪ] [j]

/Mix-08/ Syllabic Consonants — How to Pronounce [əl], [əm], [ən], [əɹ]

  1. Linking

Intro to Linking: American English Pronunciation –

How to Link K to a Voiced Consonant: American English Pronunciation –

How to Link: F/V with the W: American English Pronunciation –

How to Link: words that begin with H – American English Pronunciation –  –

English Pronunciation – Linking: Vowel to Vowel –

English Pronunciation – Linking: Consonant to Vowel – American Accent –

How to Link the TH Sound: American English Pronunciation –

Linking Consonant to Consonant – American English Pronunciation –

  1. Word stress

Intro to Word Stress: American English Pronunciation –

Reduced Vowels: American English Pronunciation –

Unreduced Vowels: American English Pronunciation –

American English pronunciation: Word Stress: content Words

American English Word Stress: Unstressed vs Reduced syllables –

English Pronunciation: Vowel Length Affected by Ending Consonant: American Accent –

Unstressed Syllables: Consonants – American English Pronunciation –

Listening Comprehension: 2 Syllable words, American English Pronunciation –

English Pronunciation: Stressed Syllables within a Word – American Accent –

How to Stress a Syllable :: The Shape of Stress –

How to Pronounce -er Endings: American English –

Word Stress and -ING Verbs: American English Pronunciation –

Word Stress and Lists: American English Pronunciation –

Word Stress and Verbs: American English Pronunciation –

English: A Stress-Timed Language – American Pronunciation –

Weddings! 2-Syllable Words Stress in American English –

Syllable Stress Study: 2-Syllable Words DA-da – American English

Two-Syllable Words – Can you Identify Stress? American English –

Syllable Stress Study: 2-Syllable Words da-DA – American English

Word Stress and Three Syllable Words – American English –

How To Pronounce 3-Syllable Phrases – American English –

English Practice: Syllable Stress – 3- Syllable Words

Listening Comprehension: 3-Syllable Words – American English

How to Practice Multi-Syllable Words – American English Pronunciation

  1. Intonation

Questions vs. Statements: American English Pronunciation –

Word Stress: Sentence Position – American English Pronunciation –

American English Pronunciation: Intonation –

Function Words – American English Pronunciation + Intonation/Word Stress –

Changing Word Stress for Clarification: American English Pronunciation  –

Questions and Intonation: Up or Down? – American English Pronunciation –

  1. Reductions and contractions

How to Pronounce “We’ll” Contraction: American English –

Pronunciation Focus: ‘Gonna’: American English –

How to Pronounce ‘Gonna’ and ‘Wanna’: American English –

How to Pronounce Contractions: American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce N’T Contractions – American English Pronunciation –

How to pronounce CAN: American English –

How to Pronounce Can vs. Can’t – American English Accent –

American English: How to pronounce the Word ARE –

English Pronunciation – Reduction: the word FOR – American English –

Word Stress + Acronyms – American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce ‘gonna’ and ‘gotta’: Reduction and Linking in American English –

How to Pronounce the Word ‘TO’ – American English –

How to Pronounce the Word THEM – American English –

How to Pronounce ‘to the’ in a Sentence: American English –

Reduction: the word AT — American English Pronunciation –

TO BE Contractions – American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce the Word YOUR in a Sentence – American English Pronunciation –

How to Reduce ‘THAT’ – AMERICAN ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION –

How to Pronounce OF – American English Pronunciation

How to Pronounce ‘AT’, American English Pronunciation

How to Pronounce Should, Would, Could – Reduce and Link! – American English –

Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda – American English Pronunciation! –

DO and DOES Reduction – American English Pronunciation –

The I’M GONNA Reduction – American English Pronunciation

How to Pronounce AS and WAS – American English Pronunciation

WHAT DID Reduction — Sound more American!

  1. How to pronounce common words and phrases

How to Pronounce Word vs. World: American English –

How to Pronounce the Days of the Week: American English –

How to Pronounce the 50 States (1/4): American English –

How to Pronounce the 50 States (2/4): American English –

How to Pronounce the 50 States (3 of 4): American English –

How to Pronounce the 50 States, 4 of 4: American English –

How to Pronounce Common Last Names: American English –

How to Pronounce Common Last Names: American English, 2 of 2 –

How to Pronounce Common Female Names: American English –

How to Pronounce Popular Female Names – American English –

How to Pronounce Boy Names: American English –

How to Pronounce Common Male Names: American English –

How to Pronounce the Numbers 1 – 10: American English –

How to Pronounce Numbers 11 – 19: American English –

How to Pronounce Numbers 20 – 1 Billion: American English –

How to Pronounce the Months of the Year: American English –

How to Pronounce Work vs. Walk: American English –

The Word ‘the’: American English Pronunciation –

English Pronunciation: how to pronounce the Word AND – American Accent –

How to Say ‘Happy Birthday’ – American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce Marathon – American English – from the NYC race!

How to Pronounce “I have got to” + Thanksgiving 2011! — American English –

How to Pronounce Christmas in American English — Happy Holidays! –

How to Pronounce SAY, SAYS, and SAID: American English –

How to Pronounce the Word OR: American English –

Super Bowl 2012 – How to Pronounce CHILI! — American English –

How to Pronounce the word BECAUSE – American English –

How to Pronounce Oscars! American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce the Word SOMETHING – American English –

How to Pronounce GRADUATE – Word of the Week – American English –

How to Pronounce FAMILY – Word of the Week – American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce FAVORITE – American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce NEW YORK – American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce YESTERDAY – American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronoune VERY: American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce TOMORROW – American English –

How to Pronounce ‘Schedule’ — American English –

How to Pronounce INTERVIEW — American Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce TIME — American English –

How to Pronounce VACATION — American English –

How to Pronounce UNIVERSITY — American English –

How to Pronounce UNITED STATES – American English –

How to Pronounce PROBABLY – American English –

How to Pronounce PRONUNCIATION in American English

How to Pronounce MONEY — American English –

How to Pronounce ORDINAL NUMBERS — American English

How to Pronounce APPLICATION – American English –

How to Pronounce America — American English –

How to Pronounce BURRITO — American English –

How to Pronounce COMFORTABLE — AMERICAN ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION –

What’s a BURRITO? American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce JOB — American English Word of the Week!

How to Pronounce WORCESTERSHIRE — AMERICAN ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION –

How to Pronounce CROISSANT — Word of the Week — American English

How To Pronounce FACEBOOK — American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce PEOPLE — American English Pronunciation

How to Pronounce COFFEE — Word of the Week — American English

How to Pronounce DEFINITELY — American English — Word of the Week

How to Pronounce HELPFUL — American English — Word of the Week –

How to Pronounce FOR SURE — American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce GOT IT — American English –

How to Pronounce BEAUTIFUL — American English –

How to Pronounce I’LL THINK ABOUT IT — American English –

How to Say SORRY — American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce SEE YOU – American English –

How to Pronounce GOOGLE — American English –

How to Pronounce REALLY — American English Pronunciation

How to Pronounce WE’LL SEE — American English –

How to Pronounce INTERNATIONAL — American English –

How to Pronounce “What Time?” – American English –

How to Pronounce YOU’RE WELCOME — American English –

SantaCon 2013 — How to Pronounce SANTA — American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce PROCEDURE — American English –

How to Pronounce EVERY — American English –

How to Pronounce OPPORTUNITY — American English –

How to Pronounce ISSUE — Rachel’s English — American English –

How to say I HAVE A COLD — American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce FOREIGN — American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce QUOTE — American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce Knitting Terms — Very Pink Knits! American English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce UMBRELLA — American English Pronunciation –

How to say HELLO! Greet Americans! English Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce ORDER — American English Pronunciation –

UNI- prefix: unique, unicycle, university! American English –

Keukenhof Garden and Color Names — American English –

How to Say DOWNLOAD — American English Pronunciation –

How to Say “Are You Sure?” — American English Pronunciation –

How to Say GOOD NIGHT! American English Pronunciation –

How to Say THRIFTY — American English pronunciation –

How to Say BE CAREFUL! American English Pronunciation

How to Say MURDER — American English Pronunciation –

How to Say “Are you okay?” American English Pronunciation –

How to Say and Use EXCUSE ME in English –

How to Say WATER — American English Pronunciation –

How to say I’M COMING — English Conversation and Pronunciation –

How to say UNFORTUNATELY in American English –

How to Say I HAVE TO GO — American English conversation and pronunciation –

How to Say LITERALLY — American English Conversation –

How to Pronounce USED TO in American English –

How to Say SUPPOSED TO in American English –

How to say “Where are you going?” — American English Conversation and Pronunciation –

How to Pronounce Squirrel – American English Pronunciation

How to Say THANKS FOR COMING — American English Phrases and Conversation

How to Pronounce SEVENTY — American English

How to Pronounce WH Words — what, why, which — American English

How to Pronounce WH Words — what, why, which — American English 

How to Pronounce QUARTER – Conversational American English Pronunciation – 

How to Pronounce VULNERABLE — American English Pronunciation

How to Pronounce SEX vs. SIX – American English

How to Pronounce TIRED — American English

How to Pronounce GIRL in American English

How to Pronounce YELLOW vs. JELLO – [j] vs. [dʒ] – American English

How to say INTERESTING – American English Pronunciation

How to Pronounce MAN vs. MEN – American English

How to Pronounce GIVE ME THAT – ‘Gimme’ – American English Pronunciation

How to Pronounce QUESTION — American English Pronunciation

How to Pronounce -est Endings — American English

WANT vs. WON’T Pronunciation – American English

How to Pronounce LITTLE – American English

How to Pronounce Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube – American English

How to Pronounce IMPORTANT – American English

How to Pronounce “I Appreciate It” – American English

YEAR vs. EAR – American English Pronunciation (EAR vs. HEAR)

How to Pronounce EARTH – American English Pronunciation

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How to Pronounce WANTED – American English

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