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Published on March 5, 2014

Author: juansoto

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This presentation is the second part of vowel sounds adapted from the book Pronounce it Perfectly in English by Jean Yate (2nd Edition). A description of seven vowel sounds appear here as well as examples.

English Vowel Sounds Part II Juan Soto, M. A.

NOTICE Spelling is not a full trust worthy source for the pronunciation of English words. Some vowels can be placed in the same order in a word, but that does not necessarily mean that they will be pronounced the same way. For instance: read (present tense) vs. read (past tense) lead (present tense) vs. lead (metal)

/oiy/ (1 of 7) • /oiy/ is a combination of to sounds (/o/ + /iy/ • Begin by rounding your lips for /o/, then spread them for /iy/ • The sound is long • Examples: boy coin noise

/eə/ (2 of 7) • Keep your jaw halfway open • Tense your lips as you finish the sound Examples: ran pass craft fat laugh map

/eiy/ (3 of 7) • This is a combination of two sounds /e/ and /iy/ • Tense your lips toward the end of the sound • The sound is long Examples: ate face prey eight

/ɔ/ (4 of 7) • Drop your jaw • Tense your lips and round them forward halfway • The sound is long Examples: off on call daughter bought cough awful lawn caught

/æow/ (5 of 7) • This is a combination of two sounds /æ/ and /ow/ • Move your lips from a spread position into a circle • The sound is long Examples: how house loud brown

/a/ (6 of 7) • Drop your jaw until your lips are relaxed • The sound is short Examples: option father honor doll

/aiy/ (7 of 7) • It is a combination of two sounds /a/ and /iy/ • Round your lips at the beginning and spread them at the end • It is a long sound Examples: pie dried height buy

CREDITS • Yates, J. (2005) Pronounce it Perfectly in English (2nd Edition). Barron’s Educational Services: China

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