Learn how to pronounce the vowels in British English using the British Phonemic Chart (IPA – International Phonetic Alphabet). The vowels in English can be quite difficult, so I take you through the monophthongs and show you how to pronounce them correctly. As English is not a phonetic language it’s important for people to learn the British Phonemic Chart so they can pronounce English words correctly, even if you’ve never heard them before.
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English Grammar in Use:
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The complete Harry Potter set:
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time:
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Parallel Reader (Russian):
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I’ve been teaching since I was 16! So for over 10 years.
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BA English Language and Linguistics, MSc Education TESOL, Cambridge CELTA.
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I teach using just one of many accents in the world. Please only learn it if you like it and if you are interested in learning it. I do not believe there is one “correct” accent or manner of pronunciation and I fully encourage EFL/ESL learners to expose themselves to as many varieties of English around the world to become accustomed to the beautiful variations of this world language. I focus mostly on teaching “Modern RP” (I may just say “RP” in my older videos, but to clarify, I do specifically mean “Modern RP”), however, you will hear a lovely little Yorkshire twang to my accent from time to time too. Please LOVE and BE PROUD of your accent. After all, it is part of your identity and makes you unique. ?