مانند بومی ها صحبت کنید - 5 آوا برای بومی شدن

پکیج: Learn English with Papa teach me / سرفصل: آموزش لهجه ی بریتیش / درس 15

مانند بومی ها صحبت کنید - 5 آوا برای بومی شدن

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Speak like a native in 5 sounds

This week, we’re doing the five most difficult sounds to get perfect British pronunciation. All you’ll need for this lesson is something which can record your voice and some sweets, like this. So, go get those things and I’ll be here. Waiting. When you come back. So, first I want you to get something which can record your voice and record yourself saying all of these words. Pause the video. Record yourself. Saying these words. Press play again. Once you’ve finished, have you done.

That good. Okay, let’s look at the first sound to practice this. look at this photo. Which sound did you make was it something like, ah well, our is the first sound we’re going to practice and in phonetics. It’s represented by this symbol. When you’re looking through in dictionaries and you see those funny symbols. That’s what these are. Say it again. ah, now put a sound at the end of it.

Ah together. Art repeat with me. So, you can compare pronunciation art. Which word did you just say. It’s this one art. Now, in American English. It’s Rohtak. Which means they pronounce the art. British English is not Rohtak. So, for example, Americans would say art, art, art, art. British English would say it art. What’s the difference inside the mouth. Well, for American English we’d may pronounce the are the tongue is rigid. And it moves. British English it doesn’t. It stays flat and down to practice this get your sweet. Americans call it candy. Put at the back of your tongue.

Imagine it’s very heavy. And it weighs the back of your tongue. Down this will keep the tongue flat and down and it won’t move. While you’re pronouncing these words. If your tongue moves then you’re pronouncing it wrong. Make sure your tongue doesn’t move. That’s what this is for. Okay, if you have problems saying art. Not art. Pronouncing yar. Get it on there imagine it’s heavy art, art. If your tongue is down and flat. You’ll pronounce it perfectly with a British accent.

Art, put a sound at the beginning are. Then sound at the end all together. Heart which where did you say this one? Again if you’re having difficulty, sweet tongue. Heart it. Just helps train your tongue. To be in the correct position, to pronounce these sounds. Let’s put a sound at the beginning. Ah, altogether car American English. Car British English. Car again, that tongue it’s just flat and doesn’t move. That’s the only difference. Car it also helps to imagine that the back of the throat is a bit more open.

British English you could see is more lazy. Ah, it’s just an open back of the throat car der arc. dark. Which word is that dark? Ah der hard. there same sound in class, glass, bar, ask, tasks. next. So we’ve just done our. the our sound. Represented by this symbol. Now, we’re doing this symbol. So, we go from our. Where the mouth is open, ah the only thing that’s going to change is the lips. The lips are going to form a tighter circle. Shape from R or R or you can see the shape. Do the same.

Try to copy me. ah, or just alone. Or well. That’s this word or put their mirth sound at the beginning. Myrrh or more. Which where did you say this one more. How about work or war? This way or for this word, put or Nanette’s sound at the end. All together. Horse, say it with me. Horse. again, if you’re having problems with this. Take the sweet back of the tongue. keep, the tongue down horse. the tongue will be in the same position. Horse. check the recording you did at the beginning of this lesson. Does that sound the same as this? Probably not. You probably sounded like horse.

Horse, how would an American say horse, horse, horse. But British English again. Horse, what’s the difference? Well, the tongue is down. It doesn’t move and the back of the mouth is more open. So, it’s just following the same technique of depressed tongue. Not depressed tongue. But, your tongue is down and it doesn’t move. This same sound appears in words like thought, taught, bought, court. For this sound you’ll need to make a smile face and keep the mouth in a relatively flat position. The tongue again. Flap down doesn’t move. Yeah, yeah, say it with me.

Yeah, just alone. that means yeah, put a burr, ear. Which drink makes you smile? Beer? Put burr, yeah, duh, beard, put ear, here or here. how about deer? Deer. Again it might be easier for you to produce the sound by making a smile face and keeping the mouth flat. Yeah, again not ear. no, yeah it’s more lazy from this sound. Ear, open your mouth. Bit wider, err, ear, ear, air. repeats it with me. You just made the sound which is represented by this symbol. In phonetics.

So, again when you’re looking through dictionaries and you see those funny symbols. That’s what these are. Again, air, put BRR. Air, bear. Which where did you say this one? Bear, air, care, that’s this word care. a share fair. This sound also comes up in there where and finally get your mouth to go from this one. Air to more of a this shape. Air, again inside the mouth nothing’s really changing. Only the lips and their jaw, is changing. This is a say with me. Ah, remember the back of your mouth stays open and relaxed. The tongue stays down. Air. This one tends to be the most difficult for people.

So, again you might need a sweet. Put it at the back of your tongue. Keep that tongue down. Don’t let it move. So, let’s try with some words. Let’s put a worse sound at the beginning. And uh, were, which were did you just say this one. Were, let’s make it more interesting. were, at the end. Work. do you remember this sound? This was the or sound put work or that one. Walk compare the two work walk.

I walk to work. say with me. I walk to work. Let’s try the bird. Remember, this sound ear. We had bur, here, der, beard, beard, bird, bird, beard. Let’s try another one. Go, look girl, girl, were old. World, world, this one’s a very difficult one. For everyone to say no doubt. You’ll probably say it, we’re all old something like that world. Say it with me a few times. It will take practice. World, let’s try one more. Were, man, worm, worm that’s the little.

That thing now. I want you to look at these words again. Record yourself again. Saying the same words and compare your first recording with this recording. How did you do have you improved? Do you sound like a real British person now? Okay, Let’s do a test to see how well you learned it. Let’s try a few sentences. your beard is in my beer. The girl in class has dark hair. The worst bear in the world take care of the bear.

Over there and finally for the big test . There is an amazing song by Red Hot Chili Peppers called 30 dirty birds these are the lyrics. Try to say them in a British accent in the song. Obviously he’s American. So, he’ll sing it in an American accent. 30 dirty birds sitting on a curb, chirping and burping and eating dirty earthworms. Along comes Herbie, from thirty third and third saw the 30 dirty birds. Sitting on a curb chirping and burping and eating dirty earthworms. Boy was he disturbed? Thanks for watching.

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