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  • Hi everyone Jennifer from Tarle speech  with your pronunciation question

    皆さん、こんにちは。 Tarle speechのJenniferが発音の質問をしています。

  • Two words today equate which means to consider  


  • things to be equivalent and adequate meaning acceptable 


  • So we have a couple variations today - so we're  going to go ahead and talk about those . So our  


  • first word is equate - i'm saying it with the  schwa sound which is that short uh sound , uh  


  • it's unstressed it's super soft super short, lower  in pitch. My stress syllable here is going to be  


  • kwait, and to say that you're going to start  with the k - tip of the tongue is down, back of  


  • the tongue is pulled up, and then you're going  to round your lips for that w sound. kw kw kw 


  • You can see because I know how  to make this sound I actually  


  • start with my lips puckered and I say the  k sound while my lips are already puckered.


  • So you can do either next I'm  going to move to that long  


  • a sound, and to do that the tip of my tongue  is low in my mouth, and my mouth is open wide,  


  • then as I close to a smilemy tongue gets high and flat a  


  • a a. Then i'm going to touch the tip of my tongue  to the back of my top front teeth for that t t. 

    a a. それから、舌先を上の前歯の裏に触れさせて、そのt t t。

  • quait quait quait equate equate equate I do hear people say and it is acceptable  

    quait quait quait equate equate equate 人が言うのを聞いて、それが受け入れられる。

  • to say equate, that is totally fine with that  long e sound, remember as I always say it is  


  • about being clear and understood, not about  being perfect, not about which word is perfect,  


  • so that's a variation that I do here and  people should understand you when you say that


  • Now for the word adequate, we are going to  stress syllable one which is the add add,  


  • to do that you're going to open your mouth wide  in a round circle for that ah sound, the tip  


  • of your tongue will be low, back of your tongue  will be pulled up, touch the tip of your tongue  


  • to the back of your top front teeth for that  d sound, the voice box is on, air puffs out. i


  • I'm going to move to that short unstressed  swa schwa syllable the uh sound uh 


  • A tip for you um people who might have trouble  with this is to try to link that schwa to the  


  • first syllable, so i'm not going to say  add a i'm going to say add a add a add

    最初の音節なので、add aとは言わず、add a add aと言うことにしています。

  • And then we're going to end with  quit, like the word quit q-u-i-t. 

    そして、最後はquitで締めくくります。quit q-u-i-tという言葉のように。

  • The difference here is because this  is unstressed, we're going to use that  


  • short ih sound instead of the long a. Add a quit adequate adequate adequate 


  • If you're wondering how to say  this short i sound relaxed mouth -  


  • you can just see my tongue right about hereright about at the um, bottom of my upper top  


  • teeth there, it's not touching anywhere, and  it is a little bit more relaxed in my mouth,  


  • so it's not an e it's an ih not an e ih - so you  can see just by relaxing my mouth, your tongue is  


  • going to pop down a bit, just like mine did, so  smile for the e, relax the lips, and the tongue  


  • will pop down slightly for that short ih sound So let's put these all together again 

    は少しポップダウンして、短いihの音になります。 では、これらをもう一度まとめてみましょう。

  • equate equate equate adequate adequate adequate 

    均等 均等 均等 均等 適正 適正 適正 適正

  • equate adequate and now for a sentence 

    adequate and now for a sentenceと同じです。

  • An adequate response does not always  equate to the expected response.


  • So give it a try i know people are going to notice  the difference! If you found this helpful please  


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Hi everyone Jennifer from Tarle speech  with your pronunciation question

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EQUATE & ADEQUATEの発音方法 - アメリカ英語発音レッスン (How to Pronounce EQUATE & ADEQUATE - American English Pronunciation Lesson)

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