10 English Words Youre (probably) Mispronouncing! | Difficult Pronunciation | Common Mistakes



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В этом уроке Английского произношения, я собираюсь показать Вам как произносить некоторые трудные слова. Эти слова часто произносятся неправильно и являются распространёнными ошибками, которые делают английские студенты.



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#Mp gamer
I l😘ve you , will you marry me?
**الأميرة السوريه** girl syria**
بتجنن هالبنت 😛😍😍
Amjad Justin
I want you XD\nplease help me
Andrew Tweed
I have taught English for 18 years in many different countries. I have never heard someone try to pronounce the 'L' in 'would.'
Andy Reid
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Anis Rachdi
Good very godd Emma
Annette Kasemire
Thank you so much your video is helpful
Ansar Jamaldeen
This is useless I know all these things total waste of WiFi who agreed
Barry Inglaterra
In the UK and the USA we pronounce the l in almond. Maybe it's just an Australian thing.
Believe Ayo
If comfortable is comf..table. how do I now pronounce comfort?
Bertie Ahern
As a native English speaker, I never really realised how hellish our language is for others to pronounce! Sorry rest of world!!
Bharadwaj Anjan Gollapudi
Love your work, thumbs up 👍
Claire P. Gonzales
Hello am from philippines🇵🇭, am new here.
Craig Olson
Anything you wear IS your clothes. Not, anything you wear are your clothes. The singularity refers to the ANY in anything, not to the clothes.
Dancen Universe
Before giving this lesson, please tell the viewers that there is a variety of accents and pronunciations. For instance, in American English pronunciation, there is the “l” sound. Accuracy in pronunciation depends on which standards you are adhering to. Having said so, the place and its people dictate whether this pronunciation is acceptable or not. In this case, there is no such thing as more or less accurate pronunciation.
Dani Mvasc
A disgrama é que eu paguei por 5 anos de um curso \
David Bentley
You are not pronouncing \
David Stedeford
Hey Dickie Chaznick: What you say is bunkum. I am English and pronounce vegetable, comfortable and almond exactly as the lady says. I believe the -l in almond is sounded in American English (dictionaries confirm this). And do you really teach \
DejMar
It should not be required to correct Emma from mmmEnglish, but she is wrong about pronunciation of some words. The English language has many dialects. Emma ignores that American English is also English. The \
E.A. Abe Preisinger
It doesn't really matter how you say it as long as you understand what the other person wants to say. I live in Canada where 30% of the people are foreign born , 22% of people native French speakers. So you learn very quickly to understand people's English whether they are Chinese, East Indian, Portuguese, Italian, German, whatever.
Edi2003
English is a forgiving language in my view. As long as people understand you, you are golden. There are certain parts of England and Australia where they pretty much butcher the English language. But that's just how they speak. So don't be hard on yourself if your English is not perfect.
Edinê Alves
Bom dia. Um dia eu aprendo falar Ingles. Eu acho legal!
English Raisins زبيب إنجليزي
Pronunciation is really tricky! I thought I mastered English and decided to teach some vocabulary on my channel! I messed some things up, hhhhh! But it was worth it. Thanks!
Farid Bashir
Excellent video in this planet
Gevell Torturer
In polish I think we pronounce every damn letter. What is written is said. I feel like half of english words has a silent letters
Ghufran Alam
Thanks Emma....
Gyrocompa
This \
H D
Is the letter 'H' pronounce as haitch?? Because I've been saying 'H' as aitch my whole life and I feel like I'm the right one here.
Hulu Sport
She's hot tho
I Am JC Channel Liel
Thank you Ma'am for your lesson... i wish i listen to my english teacher more... ahhahha
Ira Bliss
you don't need any Jewelry...you are the epitome of beautiful! I enjoyed listening to you! thanks!
Irina V.
In the US we say klouz for clothes, madam
It's me Sunshine
I've never heard anyone in the US saying AMOND, everyone pronounces the L in almond\n\nEdit: Calm down people, I didn't say it was right or wrong, I stated what I hear around, that's all.
James Miller
English is the most illogic language that I have known. Agree??
Jasmin Arajitra
It's good that you speak slowly .Most of viewers are not native english speaker.It dosn't matter that you use 16min or several hours as long as you speak slowly and correct.Long vid we can save it and resume to watch later when we have time.
Kashif Q Faruki
A funny tweet I read, \
Kassius KLAY
ORGANIC VEGTABL!!!!!!
Kaydri Ana
In the US it is ALMOND not AMOND
Keith McCarthy
You're dead wrong about comfortable. That's the beaten down over time slang pronunciation. It's really pronounced \
Kiwdow Rock
I’m. Native let me tell you something. You are good to teach the people that are learning to speak English but you still need to probably keep practicing your pronunciation
Lea Clark
it's not wrong it's just depend on what country you're from
Lucas Silva
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Lafi savierz
Maniac 123
I don't pronounce photograph like that. I pronounce the a as an ah. Pho-to-gr-AH-ph
Memes For Depressed Teens
Why am i seeing old people here?? Like wtf? Did you even go to Nursery like.... seriously 😂
Michael Sandoval
All are accurate except Almond. Here in the US we say ALLMUND, say it fast ALLMUND. Almond.
Mohamed Ansary Vlogs
vegetable\nadjective UK \u200b /ˈvedʒ.tə.bəl/ US \u200b /ˈvedʒ.tə.bəl/\n\nIt's 3 syllables, dear native speaker.
Mr. Snorlax YT
Almond is in fact pronounced All mund
Mr.Y K
I like it so much
Nafsin Alfaraby
You r the pritties teacher i'v ever seen my life..😍😍.....you don't need any jewelry.
Omar Doumbouya
clear course
Pannawish Phasomsup
I don't understand why your English pronunciation doesn't correspond with its writing system. This is so absurd and illogical for foreigners. Or it might be the characteristic of the low-developed language spoken by the people of barbaric ancestry, not the descendants of Roman empire.
Perma Pen UK
Ammond? What? No, it's AL-mond, with a weak L. In England, anyway.
RANJAN KUMAR
Thank you ma'am
Rachel Brhel
Long but educational! Is it just me or does she sound British?
Ray S
Thanks. Yor are great.
SUJITH ALVA I
People from various countries pronounce differently . As long as people understand, it doesn't matter. Thank you.
Sandeep Agarwal
Commmm-fffffff-table😊
Sara Ciise
Thanks ❤❤❤❤
Sneha Roy
Its a nice video .\nBut I have a question that how could i find any silent letter in any word ??🤔
Sudha i love it Devi
Hello I'm from India and thank you so much you're awesome really
Sukh Badali
fantastic
Summer Lover
WHAT THE HECK NO. ALMOND IS PRONOUNCED WITH THE L. I’ve never met someone that says Amond
Tabassum Fatima
Thanks you very much Plese make more videos I really appreciate you you are a great teacher
Taheerah Rochelle
Some of these these pronunciations are only in English and not American English.
Tasnim Mrittika
You are so good teacher..
The Free Language Project
Perhaps it would be better to add \
ToppoE QmaX
Your,e great teacher👍
Torin
It's pronounced \
VINAY KR.
*00:19* 😂😂😂❤️❤️❤️
Valentin Spasov
No need to try to pronounce the words in a way native english speakers do it will never work if you didn't do it when you were young.
Waipaul
Haitch! My English teacher would roll in his grave. He drilled it into us to never to say Haitch but Aitch.
YALI music
thanksss🤗🤗😏
ajay chauhan
Great teacher
black hole
thanks for your lesson it’s very important for people who learn the english language that’s can help anyone going to learn this language
bollywood song funtoz ossum
Okay ..🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗
donald trump
U r my next candidate ...I learnt form you
fractalizm
Southerns here are also native in English yet no one can understand wtf they talking abt lol
helen post
Et cetera isn't even English. It's Latin.
israelpiper
Many literate native English speakers would disagree with some of this. \n\nComfortable, vegetable, jewellery, and almond may be pronounced as you say in SOME literate versions of English. If you are filming this for Australia only, please say so. \n\nEven literate versions of a single language can be dynamic and varied. \n\nThe shewah sound is not lazy--it is a brief but distinct vowel adapted to context. It is an ancient Hebrew grammatical term. Vowel duration is much less critical in English. \n\nThis vid wouldn't work internationally!
jackie justice
I'm a native english speaker and i didn't know i was pronouncing most of these wrong, so if u are learning english don't worry about it!!! Congrats that you have gotten this far\n\n\nedit: i commented this to be encouraging and kind to people learning english, not as a place for all of you to fight about which accents are valid or wrong and harass each other. please let's be encouraging and kind to each other! thanks
juan moreno
emma, that mix of eyes and English pronunciation rocks!!
kishor remulkar
I love you teacher you are looking very beautiful and very nice
lena5669
I have never heard anyone say Almond as AH-mond lol I've only heard it as ALL-mond I'm a native english speaker btw lol I looked it up and it's true that it's supposed to be pronounced with a silent L but really I don't think it matters since no one says it that way? Maybe its more a British thing rather than American.
luis Lopez
Excuse me teacher but You are so gorgeous.
malek mestiri
You are very beautiful and that make it very intersting to watch your videos
markmd9
Australian English, American English, English English.... Indian English. Head hurts!
mostafa boudlal
Honestly, your videos helped and still helps me to upgrade my English level. thanks a lot Emma
oscar caviedes
Waoo!! Creo que me enamore de esos hermozos labios, y por su puesto de sus lindos ojitos,
parveen khan
Thanks a Lot Emma \nRespect and Love from India\nI think 16 minutes is too much for this.\nPlease try to cover more in less time.\nMadam Emma, I am sorry to say this, but, I think there should be sound of *i* in enthusiastic/enthusiasm.\nI am saying this after checking the Pronunciation in Oxford Dictionary.
richard heller
Where is the Edin Burgh?
sabela right
Great teacher Love the way u teach
theworshipsinger
You're nuts. I was born in America in 1959 and I have NEVER heard anybody say \
thu le
You're great teacher
تكنولوجيات المحترف
Can you give your language hhhhh
عبدالله
Hi, I want a book to learn spelling and learn the rules of reading in full and be my voice, can you help
فتحة المتين محيلتين
This is british accent?
छि जितेन्द्र अभागी
Very interesting.thank you so much.from Nepal.