Welcome to the English Pronunciation Course!

Introduction to the Phonemic Chart and your free English Pronunciation Course.

What is the IPA? It is the International Phonetic Alphabet and contains letters and symbols. Once you have watched all these videos, you will be able to answer the following question: what is the phonetic spelling of a word?

Through this course you will learn to recognise and use symbols and sounds of the international phonetic alphabet. These phonetic symbols are present in the dictionary. You will learn how to use phonetic symbols with examples, familiarising yourself with the IPA alphabet and the IPA symbols chart, or phonemic chart.

Together we will learn how to pronounce vowel sounds and consonant sounds. We will also learn how to distinguish confusing sounds in English, and improve our stress pattern when speaking English.

CONSONANT SOUNDS

/ð/ Consonant sound (video 1/24) XX
/ʤ/ Consonant sound (video 2/24)
/z/ Consonant sound (video 3/24) XX
/b/ Consonant sound (video 4/24) XX
/v/ Consonant sound (video 5/24)
/d/ Consonant sound (video 6/24)
/g/ Consonant sound (video 7/24)
/ʒ/ Consonant sound (video 8/24)
/θ/ Consonant sound (video 9/24)
/ʃ/ Consonant sound (video 10/24)
/s/ Consonant sound (video 11/24) XX
/p/ Consonant sound (video 12/24) XX
/f/ Consonant sound (video 13/24) XX
/t/ Consonant sound (video 14/24) XX
/ʧ/ Consonant sound (video 15/24)
/k/ Consonant sound (video 16/24)XX
/m/ Consonant sound (video 17/24) XX
/n/ Consonant sound (video 18/24) XX
/ŋ/ Consonant sound (video 19/24)
/h/ Consonant sound (video 20/24)
/l/ Consonant sound (video 21/24) XX
/r/ Consonant sound (video 22/24)
/w/ Consonant sound (video 23/24)
/j/ Consonant sound (video 24/24)

VOWEL SOUNDS

short vowel sounds

long vowel sounds

Gliding vowel sounds or diphthongs

STRESS PATTERN AND OTHER PRONUNCIATION VIDEOS