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"b" sound of Bark and the "d" sound of Dark.

"a" sound of Hate and the "a" sound of Hat.

"e" sound of Get and the "a" sound of Gate.

"a" sound of Taste and the "o" sound of Toast.

"u" sound of Run and the "ai" sound of Rain.

"a" sound of All and the "o" sound of Oil.

"a" sound of Rags and the "u" sound of Rugs.

"e" sound of Seem and the "a" sound of Same.

"e" sound of Men and the "ea" sound of Mean.

"i" sound of Ship and the "ee" sound of Sheep.

"e" sound of Bed and the "a" sound of Bad.

"e" sound of Fled and the "oo" sound of Flood.

"a" sound of Hate and the "i" sound of Hit.

"a" sound of Bag and the "i" sound of Big.

"u" sound of Hut and the "i" sound of Hit.

"oy" sound of Boy and the "ow" sound of Bow.

"ie" sound of Cried and the "ow" sound of Crowd.

"oi" sound of Coin and the "o" sound of Cone.

"oi" sound of Point and the "i" sound of Pint.

"oo" sound of Book and the "u" sound of Buck.

"u" sound of Must and the "o" sound of Most.

"aw" sound of Dawn and the "o" sound of Done.

"a" sound of Sang and the "o" sound of Song.

"ch" sound of Cheap and the "sh" sound of Sheep.

"au" sound of Taught and the "o" sound of Tot.

"o" sound of Not and the "o" sound of Note.

"oo" sound of Cook and the "o" sound of Coke.

"u" sound of Cup and the "o" sound of Cop.

"d" sound of Deans and the "j" sound of Jeans.

"r" sound of Ramp and the "d" sound of Damp.

"oo" sound of Zoo and the "o" sound of Do.

"ou" sound of Shout and the "o" sound of Shot.

"sh" sound of She and the "f" sound of Fee.

"th" sound of Three and the "f" sound of Free.

"ng" sound of Thing and the "n" sound of Thin.

"h" sound of Hate and the "f" sound of Fate.

"s" sound of Sign and the "f" sound of Fine.

"f" sound of Fan and the "v" sound of V.

"c" sound of Came and the "g" sound of Game.

"m" sound of Sam and the "ng" sound of Sang.

"j" sound of Jack and the "sh" sound of Shack.

"j" sound of Jet and the "y" sound of Yet.

"j" sound of Jeep and the "ch" sound of Cheap.

"j" sound of Joan and the "z" sound of Zone.

"n" sound of Not and the "l" sound of Lot.

"l" sound of Light and the "r" sound of Right.

"w" sound of Worn and the "m" sound of Mourn.

"b" sound of Buy and the "p" sound of Pie.

"f" sound of Fit and the "p" sound of Pit.

"o" sound of Not and the "e" sound of Net.

"o" sound of Pot and the "u" sound of Put.

"u" sound of Pull and the "oo" sound of Pool.

"s" sound of Seat and the "sh" sound of Sheet.

"s" sound of Sue and the "z" sound of Zoo.

"t" sound of Try and the "d" sound of Dry.

"t" sound of Tile and the "p" sound of Pile.

"t" sound of Tip and the "ch" sound of Chip.

"th" sound of There and the "d" sound of Dare.

"th" sound of Think and the "s" sound of Sink.

"t" sound of Taught and the "th" sound of Thought.

"th" sound of That and the "v" sound of Vat.

"v" sound of Veal and the "z" sound of Zeal.

"w" sound of Wait and the "r" sound of Rate.

"w" sound of Witch and the "wh" sound of Which.

"w" sound of Wait and the "g" sound of Gate.

"w" sound of Walt and the "v" sound of Vault.

"h" sound of Heel and the "wh" sound of Wheel.

Around the world there are approximately seven thousand languages no two exactly alike. Grammar can be explained and practiced but often what first gives a non-native speaker away is their bad pronunciation of the foreign words. For this reason, we have put together a video series contrasting the various sounds in the English language so that non-native speakers can learn English pronunciation. Some words in these video English lessons will sound exactly alike the first time the English as a Second Language Student hears them but read the words in English and compare them with the audio. You will begin to hear small differences. This series of lessons is only in English with no translation but in the future we will add Chinese, Spanish, German, Indonesian and many other languages subtitles to help you improve you vocabulary as well as you listening comprehension level. Play the video ESL lessons again and again. Studying English pronunciation is well worth your time.

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