字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello, I'm John Russell. Let's talk about the vowel sounds. A and Air English has more vowel sounds than many other languages. Two of these vowel sounds A and M are made in a fairly similar way. You have to be careful about thes sounds. Using one in place of the other can change the meaning of a word. A and A are both front vowels, vowels made with your tongue more toward the front of your mouth. But there are important differences between them. Your lips should be slightly farther apart for the sound, and your tongue should be slightly higher for the a sound you can think of as a relaxed bowel and a as a little more tense. In a previous video, I talked about using a rubber band. You can use it for these sounds, too. A ah a ah, I'll give you some example Words with a and A try to listen for the difference. Get Gate 10 Tame bait that the next step is to practice listening for the sounds. Then try making the sounds slowly. You might want to keep hold of your rubber band.