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Hello! Aj Shon here teaching you how to speak English with an American Accent.
Today’s lesson will teach you about linking, speciﬁcally how to link vowel sounds.
When speaking English with an American Accent, the vowel sounds at the end of a word always ﬁnish with a Yuh and a Wuh. Yuh for Y and Wuh for W.
Then we use the Yuh or Wuh to link to the next word if it starts with a vowel.
Let’s break it down.
Listen to the ﬁnishing sounds at the end of these vowel sounds.
I want you to notice, really listen, to the ﬁnishing sounds of these three vowel sounds. I’ll exaggerate the sound at the end, so you can hear it clearly.
Did you hear the Y sound?
Now, copy my voice and exaggerate the sound with me.
This time, I want you to notice the ﬁnishing sound at the end of these two vowel sounds.
What sound did you hear? If you were listening carefully, you should have heard the sound a W makes. Wuh.
But, what else did you notice? Did you notice the shape of my mouth? Your mouth is already in the position to make the W sound.
Good work! Now that we know what the sounds do when they ﬁnish, what’s next?
We connect or link them to the next word that starts with a vowel sound.
I’ll show you what I mean.
Let’s go back to the A sound and practice it. Remember the A sound ﬁnishes with a Yuh. Here we are going to connect the A sound with another word that starts with a vowel sound.
Repeat these sentences and really take notice of where we are linking vowel sounds.
Say it nice and loud.
To know the cost you have to weigh it.
Today is very hot.
A ray of sunshine came thru the window.
My parents are away on vacation.
Okay, now let’s try some linking with the E sound. Again, take notice of where we are linking the vowel sounds.
That tree is very tall.
I can see all of the band on stage.
Three or four days a week is enough.
Be all that you can be.
I banged my knee on the table.
Okay, now let’s do some linking with the I sound. Notice where the linking occurs.
My brother ate my apple!
Try it, you’ll love it!
I think she’s got her eye on you.
He plays a spy on TV.
There’s no clouds in the sky above.
Wonderful! Go back and do those examples a few times so you can get the hang of the ﬁnal sounds of A, E and I.
Now’s a good time to move onto the Wuh sound.
Here, notice where the linking occurs with the O sound.
I know all the words to that song.
Go outside and look at the stars.
There’s a lot of snow on that mountain.
Go on, tell me more!
My sons love show and tell at school.
Now the U sound. Try these sentences where we link U.
I grew up in Philadelphia.
I make that mistake too often.
I think I saw you in that viral video.
He owes you one hundred dollars.
That steak is tough! You have to chew it and chew it and chew it!
You can go back at any time and practice those sounds again and again.
There’s one more thing I want to let you know before I go today.
Sometimes we have to link vowel sounds that happen inside the word. Many new English speakers have a bad habit of separating vowel sounds even when they happen inside a word.
For example, they might say.
GO-ING instead of going.
They might say:
SEE-ING instead of seeing.
So let’s practice some of these kinds of words.
Repeat after me:
I hope you learned something today and I hope you give yourself some time to practice a little bit each day.
Please tune in next week when will talk about REDUCTIONS.
เรียนภาษาอังกฤษฟรี | ฝึกออกเสียง | Ep.5 How to link two words that end and begin with vowel sounds.