Pronunciation Tips- A Guide to Better Speaking




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Below is a list of the topics that are covered in this site. Just click on the link and go to that page. Each page will have examples of correct pronunciation of the topic chosen. 




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Vowel Pronunciation   



Pronunciation Practice

    The 'er' sound     


Spelling for this sound are:


      ir (bird)      er (berg)      ur (urge)       


  dirty    stirring  
  clergy    submerge  
  splurge    purge  

Father yearns to work as a wondering wizard.


Clergymen and ministers splurge on calendars, cameras, and curtains.


The eager orator's terse verses deserved the youngsters nervous laughter.  



Click on the links below for the different vowel sounds



uh as in about a as in pay
a as in apple ah as in daughter
e as in eat  e as in met
i as in like  i as in bit
o as in go u as in look
ow as in blouse oo as in boot
oy as in oil aw as in caw















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