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  • Today I’m going to go over how to pronounce the letters of the alphabet. You may find

  • if you speak with an accent that native speakers will ask you to spell something if they feel

  • theyre not sure theyve understood what you said. For example if you have a foreign

  • name that is unfamiliar to Americans, you might find them asking you to spell it after

  • you tell them what your name is. A. A is simply theayas insaydiphthong [e].

  • A. So you can see the jaw goes from being more dropped, A, to closing more, A, as the

  • tongue reaches up towards the roof of the mouth for the second part of the diphthong.

  • A. The next letters all have theeeas inshevowel sound [i] where the

  • corners of the mouth pull a little bit wide, ee, and the tongue raises very high, ee, in

  • the front/mid part of the mouth. B. B had the B consonant sound where the lips start

  • together, bb B. And opens into theeeas inshevowel sound. C. C begins with

  • the S consonant sound, ss, and moves into theeeas inshesound. C. D.

  • D begins with the D sound, dd, dd, the voiced consonant, and moves into theeeas

  • inshevowel sound. D. E is simply theeeas inshevowel sound. E.

  • F. F begins with theehas inbedvowel sound [e], which has quite a drop in

  • the jaw, eh, eh, F. It then finishes with the F consonant sound where the bottom lip

  • moves up and touches the top teeth, ff, and you release air through that. It is unvoiced.

  • F. G. G again has theeeas inshevowel sound. It begins with thejjas

  • injarconsonant sound. G. H. H begins with theayas insaydiphthong,

  • just like the letter A, but it ends with the chas incharconsonant sound. H.

  • Ch, ch where you release just air though the mouth position. H. I. I is pronounced with

  • theayas inbuydiphthong [a]. I. J. J begins with thejjas injar

  • consonant sound, jj, it then has theayas insaydiphthong. J, J. K begins

  • with the kk K consonant sound and then has theayas insaydiphthong. K.

  • The next three consonants all start with theehas inbedvowel sound. L, L

  • begins with the eh sound and moves into the L sound, where the tip of the tongue, L, L,

  • moves up to touch the roof of the mouth just behind the teeth. L. M. M begins with the

  • eh sound and then finishes with the M consonant sound where the lips come together – M,

  • mm, mmwhile you make noise with the vocal cords. M. N. N begins with the eh sound and

  • moves into the N consonant sound. N, nn, where the tongue raises to the roof of the mouth

  • and the lips remain open. N, N. The letter O is simply pronounced with theohas

  • innodiphthong [o]. O, O. P. P begins with the P consonant sound, pp, where the

  • lips are together and you release air. It then goes into theeeas inshe

  • vowel sound. P. P. Q. Q begins with the unvoiced kk K consonant sound, and then has theew

  • as infewdiphthong [ju]. Q. R. R begins with theahas infathersound

  • [a] and then moves immediately into the R consonant sound. R, R. S. S begins with the

  • ehas inbedvowel sound. Eh, Eh, S S. It then moves into the S consonant

  • sound. S. T. T begins with the unvoiced tt T consonant sound and then has theee

  • as inshevowel sound. T T. U. The letter U is pronounced with theewas infew

  • diphthong. V. V begins with the voiced vv consonant sound where the bottom lip moves

  • up to the top teeth. V, v, followed by theeeas inshevowel sound. V. W.

  • W begins with the D consonant sound. dd. It then moves into theuhas inbutter

  • followed by the B consonant sound. Double. It then has the schwa and the dark L sound.

  • Double, W. And theewas infewdiphthong. W. The accent is on the first syllable.

  • W. X. X begins with theehvowel sound, it then has the K and the S consonant sounds

  • together. Eh kk ss. X. Y. Y begins with the W consonant sound, where the lips are in a

  • tight circle. It then opens into theayas inbuydiphthong. Y. Z. Z begins

  • with the voiced consonant, zz, followed by theeeas inshevowel sound.

  • Z. And now, all of the letters of the alphabet. Listen and repeat. If you can record this,

  • that would be helpful. You can then listen to it and compare your pronunciation with

  • mine to see if there are any errors.

Today I’m going to go over how to pronounce the letters of the alphabet. You may find

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アルファベットの発音の仕方アメリカ英語の発音 (How to Pronounce the Alphabet: American English Pronunciation)

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