Speaking

    -Speaking English with the Right Pronunciation-

    When was the last time you laughed really hard when learning English? Learning English as a second language can be very boring sometimes, but a little comedy can change everything and make it fun and funny as well as hilarious.

    Have you encounter a moment such as this?

    “I’m sorry, I can’t understand you”

    “Can you say that again?”

    How many times do you hear this when you’re speaking? Even if your vocabulary and English grammar are perfect, it can still be difficult for some people to understand you because of your pronunciation.

    Learning to pronounce English words correctly can be one of the hardest parts of learning English. The English language has some sounds that your native language might not possess, so you will have to learn how to make completely new sounds.

    Plus, English vowels make it really tricky to know how to say a word. “Way”, “weigh” and whey” which are all pronounce the same. For example, while “comb,” “bomb” and tomb” are all pronounced differently.

    Here are some another examples for similar pronunciations: 

    Here are 2 entertaining and amusing videos that you may find it laughable and humorous:

    A German coastguard trainee’s broken English causes some serious problems at work. 

    Learn how important English is in certain life or death situations!

    Vocabulary Guide:

    Mayday: What a ship/boat (or airplane) says when it needs help.

    Sink: When a boat is damaged and it can no longer float (The titanic sunk in 1912).

    To Think About Something: To consider (I’m thinking about going to the movies tomorrow night.)

    Over: What military and coast guards say after transmitting a message (technical language).

    And

    A comic video about the troubles students face when learning English.

    Pronunciation is as important to learning English as vocabulary and grammar. So make sure that you use the right pronunciation correctly.

     

                                                                                                                                                                                               

     

     

     

     

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