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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
What does the |e| syllable in the word co li s e um sound like? (coliseum)

What does the |ou| syllable in the word tho r ou gh sound like? (thorough)

What does the |ea| syllable in the word h ea then sound like? (heathen)

What does the |ea| syllable in the word h ea ther sound like? (heather)

What does the |a| syllable in the word al ph a bet sound like? (alphabet)

What does the |i| syllable in the word tr i ath lon sound like? (triathlon)

What does the |i| syllable in the word tr i age sound like? (triage)

What does the |a| syllable in the word o r a nge sound like? (orange)

What does the |a| syllable in the word r a nge sound like? (range)

What does the |ou| syllable in the word r ou gh sound like? (rough)


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296 Comments on “How to sound like a native speaker: THE SECRET”


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Actually, I find your phonetic sounds/symbols really confusing and deceptive, Adam. In fact, even diphtongs consist only of one symbol (it’s scary to think how triphtongs are marked in the dictionary you were talking about), so it could be too difficult to get these insubstantial distinctions between the proper pronunciation of English sounds. I would recommend John C. Wells’ Pronunciation Dictionary (Longman).

Monday, July 7th 2014

    Ty, Adam – will check out your recommendation. Got 9/10.

    …and ty too, ErNeSt. When i read, what you wrote, i had to look up almost every second word to understand. : D. Anyways – i will check your recommendation as well and will compare.

    Out of experience i know, that double checks are helpful in many ways to understand things better and find, e.g., special distincions faster as long as you are able to differentiate. Out of different knowledge fundaments i’m able to learn, improve and progress much faster in the end than to just trust ‘ one-and-only ‘.

    Ko Map Seup Ni Da (:]

    Monday, July 7th 2014

      Using a phonetic alphabet is also a big help to better our pronunciation, but it takes some time to become familiar enough with all the phonetic symbols.

      I tried to use it on several occasions, but finally I gave up, sorry to say.

      Useful tips for improving our pronunciation Adam.

      Regards

      Tuesday, July 8th 2014

        The lesson centers mainly on vowel sounds. It takes some practice to master them, by the way.

        One tip that has helped me on this is to focus on vowel length and position of speech organs.

        It does really works.

        All the best to you Adam

        Saturday, July 19th 2014

        Thanks Regino,

        Like anything else, it’s just practice. :)

        Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

    Hi Ernest, I’m really impressed at your English ;). It’s good to see smart Polish people:)

    Monday, July 7th 2014

    Hi Ernest,

    Keep in mind that this lesson is meant for those who are still grasping for a hold with the language. As for the dictionary I used, It’s the Merriam Webster Dictionary, which is the standard in the US. Those who want to delve deeper into phonetics will find their way :)

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

Hi Adam , I emjoyed your class , I am going to take ECCE exam so that I need some tips , it would be fantastic if you give us some … Thank you , you are an awsome teacher. I look up to you

Monday, July 7th 2014

    Hi Gianfranco,

    I’ve never taught the ECCE so not very familiar with it. But just like any other test, the key is to stay relaxed, manage your time properly, and just do your best.

    If you give some specific questions (e.g. a specific skill) I might be able to help.

    Good luck, and thanks
    :)

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

I’ve never paid attention phonetics so far.It’s an important topic.It will take a long time to learn .But what you taught was really clear and easy to understand.Thanks a lot for this excellent lesson.I think I’ll listen again and again.Have a great day.

Monday, July 7th 2014

this lesson is difficult need more practise , i tried to find the correct answer but i failed (Way to differentiate between letters audio difficult)

Monday, July 7th 2014

    Keep practicing Yasmin; it’ll come :)

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

Adam you’re one of my favourite teachers;). I didn’t like the lesson… I loved it. You have just remind me how important pronunciation is. Thanks a lot for a fantastic lesson;)

Monday, July 7th 2014

    Thanks Anina :)

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Monday, July 7th 2014

So difficult Adam , but good job

Monday, July 7th 2014

    All we have to do is keep practice~

    Monday, July 7th 2014

I got 6 correct out of 10. I was confused but the quiz score was not bad :) I think phonetics also sounds difficult (for only me?). Thank you for your useful lesson, Adam :)

Monday, July 7th 2014

    Is that “for me only” or “for only me”? :)

    Monday, July 7th 2014

      actually MR. we say ( only for me ? )

      Tuesday, July 8th 2014

      for me only? or only for me? :)

      Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

        I seemed to mistake “only me.” Maybe I don’t need “for”…do I? I’m confused. Could you teach me, Adam?

        Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

I followed as this: look-lock-luck-lack-lake-like-like-like-luke-block-let… XD

Monday, July 7th 2014

I have to do keep practice

Monday, July 7th 2014

It was helpful 4 me all the best 2 u .

Monday, July 7th 2014

Nice to see you again Adam ! I totally agree with your ”Secret” :) .Btw nice lesson ,good choice.
Merci a toi. ;)

Monday, July 7th 2014

Another nice way to learn how to word sound – if you using macbook just type in terminal “say word” I using this way every time when I not sure how to pronounce.

Monday, July 7th 2014

Hi Adam…
It was so difficult and confusing part of English,I got 5/10…:-( :-( :-\

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

4/10 !!?? My worst score ever. Since I’ve got lessons from EngVid.com I don’t remember such score as a result. Ups……

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

How do I remove my hesitation during speaking english

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

    Hi Sheli,

    Most of us hesitate because we have the fear of ‘getting laughed at’ or ‘made fun of’.

    Do keep in mind that none of those who make fun of you, were born English speakers. All of them had to learn it at some point in their lives. So, never be afraid of speaking in public. Yes, you will make mistakes! But that is how humans learn, right? We all make mistakes that help us improve and develop ourselves accordingly. So, the next time you hesitate to speak, just remember – “there is no shame in making mistakes”. That is what makes you a true learner.

    best wishes
    abhi

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

      Well said :)

      Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

    Hi Sheli,

    Firstly, I have to agree wholeheartedly with Abhi.

    Also, the simplest way is to just not hesitate. Just let it go. Nothing will happen if you make mistakes. If someone doesn’t understand, try again. You will learn more from making mistakes and adjusting then by not speaking at all.

    Good luck :)

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

      Hello sir,

      I am glad to have your support :) Thank you very much!

      Also, i have a doubt : In the last sentence of your comment, should it be ‘then’ or ‘than’? I think it should be ‘than’. Please correct me if i am wrong and let me know the difference between the two words.

      regards

      Wednesday, July 23rd 2014

        Good eye Abhi,

        Yes, that’s a typo.
        Then, is a time expression showing sequence. It can also be used as a “flow” device:
        To conclude, then, I would recommend…
        Not recommended to use too often, but can create stylistic pace.
        Than is a preposition used with comparatives, more than… ___er than…

        Friday, August 8th 2014

          okay sir, thank you very much :)

          Monday, August 11th 2014

      When I speak with foreigner in English, I begin to stutter. What can I do?

      Wednesday, August 13th 2014

    Hi dear Sheli, I understand very well how you feel! My advice? Breathe! You must take a breathe! I always do that, and then…. I make mistakes…. regularly! :)) One more reason to laugh together. Remember that laughing helps to ease the tension! Good luck! Hugs! :)

    Wednesday, July 23rd 2014

Adam,
how do you pronounce GHOTI ?

Solution: FISH
GH as in enouGH, O as in wOmen, TI as in staTIon.

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

    I like it Mauro :)

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

hello Adam.thank you
this lesson is so difficult.when you said it was very easy but now I’m confuse.

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

    Keep practicing Nami. It will be easy :

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

OMG! it was the worst score I have got 3\10 , but really it was a confusing lesson and different of what I’m study which was British English. I wanna ask u Adam in the next your lessons of pronunciation to be fair and say how the word spelt in American accent AND BRITISH ACCENT as you can, thanks again .

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

    Hellooo

    Tuesday, July 8th 2014

    I’ll ask one of the British teachers to make a similar lesson so it’ll be easier. My British accent isn’t very good.

    Don’t worry, though. It isn’t easy at first, but will get there.

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

80/100
triathlon and orange… glup! thanks Adam, very useful lesson.

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

I can’t a understand but how I can use it in speaking

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

    you’re better to following what Adam recommend.there isn’t any secret.and the I suggest you to don’t afraid to make mistake.because mistake is just like yours second master. consequently if you made a mistake you will remember it that is wrong and you will avoid it.then you can use the right way,its very important cause it could improve yours progress.it fact not only you made a mistake but also me and I believe firmly that whole of people in the world made mistake in English even native speaker.anyway I hope you can improve yours English as fast as you expected and can speaking like a native speaker.

    Tuesday, July 8th 2014

      Absolutely right, Kun

      Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

    Hi Hana. It just takes practice. When you learn a new word, look in the dictionary how to pronounce it.

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

Hello Mr. First of all i want to make it clear that im really amazed by your works there and really glad . God -willing i can use this chance and be exactly like a native speaker or more :d I want to thank you .God bless you . Feature and future ,their pronouncation seems to me very smilar .Could you pls explain

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

    Hi Sumeyra,

    The |ea| in ‘feature’ is pronounced like the |ee| in the word, ‘feel’.

    The |u| in ‘future’ is pronounced like the |ew| in the word, ‘few’.

    While speaking fast, a native speaker tends to sound the same when pronouncing these two words but if you look at their lips, you will find that while saying ‘feature’, their lips widen up a bit.

    And while saying ‘future’, their lips form a near circular shape.

    If you are listening to an audio, and can’t see their faces or lips, try to understand the context and you shouldn’t have any difficulty in distinguishing between the two words.

    hope it helped,
    regards
    abhi

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

      :) again

      Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

    Hi Sumeyra,

    Abhi gave an excellent answer (again) :)

    Feature, like a fee you pay for something.
    Future,like few
    keep in mind that ture sounds like chur

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

      Thank you, sir :) Happy to help.

      Wednesday, July 23rd 2014

The secret is that there is no secret.

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

Very difficult for me…

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

A little bit difficult

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

    Hi gallogher,

    Keep practicing and you will definitely start finding it easy. Practice makes ‘anyone’ and ‘everyone’, perfect.

    best wishes,
    abhi

    Thursday, July 24th 2014

70/100
Not bad, thanks professor! You’re the best

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

Thanks for lessons, but it’s very difficult…
I need a lot of practice

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

Thank you ..
but i got only 4/10 i find it too hard to study ..
How can i improve my phonetics skills ?

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

From my point of view, you should change your way of teaching, seen that it is quite confused..!!

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

    :) I’ll see what I can do

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

Many thanks.Very Difficult

Tuesday, July 8th 2014

7 of 10 !!!!! it seems I still need more practice on syllables, phonetics , .. Good Job Adem , difficult lesson , Thanks a lot please keep going for more useful lesson in this subject

Wednesday, July 9th 2014

Thanks

Wednesday, July 9th 2014

thanks got 50%.

Wednesday, July 9th 2014

Hi Adam ,
Thank you for you lessons . They’re really useful . Hope to make a lesson about td pronunciation such as : better , water , butter , and daughter .
Could you please give me your number or your e-mail

Wednesday, July 9th 2014

    Hi Dan,

    You can contact me though my facebook
    writetotop

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

70 :|

Wednesday, July 9th 2014

very low score today :-(

Wednesday, July 9th 2014

congratulations,Adam!
my english is better after your lessons.

Wednesday, July 9th 2014

    Hi Rosana,

    Wow! Congratulations to you too :)
    Keep watching the EngVid lessons. They have worked for me too.

    cheers :)
    abhi

    Thursday, July 24th 2014

      Hi Abhishek,
      I’ve read all your comments and It seems like you’r so good in English :) I’m trying to improve my speaking! so if you don’t mind can you help me!? thnx alot

      Friday, July 25th 2014

        Hi disa,

        we all are here to help each other and learn :) Don’t worry!
        There are lots of lessons on ‘improving your pronunciation’, on EngVid. Listen to podcasts and watch English channels and shows, hosted by native speakers :)

        I may seem to be very good in English but i have come here to learn it, just like you.

        But i can definitely help you with your doubts that i feel i could clarify.

        regards
        abhi

        Saturday, July 26th 2014

          lessons on EngVid very helpful and make everything looks easy :)
          I’m doing all that and always listing to English songs too.
          Actually I’m looking for someone to practice with! so here’s my Skype: disanouh
          by the way thnx alot for your advises :)

          Saturday, July 26th 2014

for me that’s very good…and goes help a lot. Whatever kind of information is valid for me…I think I can learn even with native errors…I’m thirsty of to learn…thanks for all of you…don’t give up of me

Wednesday, July 9th 2014

    will never give up on you Fabio :)

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

very nice thanks a lot

Wednesday, July 9th 2014

Thanks I will follow your recommendation. It looks a little difficult but i will not give up because i want to succeed.

Wednesday, July 9th 2014

very good thank you

Thursday, July 10th 2014

Thanks Adam!it was really difficult,I have to work hardly to realise my purpose.

Thursday, July 10th 2014

Hi everyone,

I usually don’t post this soon after a lesson, but just wanted to clear up a couple of things. If you’ve found this lesson difficult, don’t worry too much about it. This skill, like any other, takes time and practice to master.

Anyway:
I see this lesson has received very mixed reviews. For those of you who have found it useful, I’m glad I could help. For those of you who disliked it, or at least some aspects of it, allow me to explain myself a little:
1) I’m not British. I am Canadian, and so I speak with a neutral North American accent (i.e., not Texan, or Bostonian, or Newfoundlander, etc.) I could try to fake a British accent, but then I’ll have to comment here with apologies for sullying the Queen’s English.

2) What about the IPA? Well, what about it? I have been teaching English for a long time. I have tried on many occasions to get my students to use the IPA and have had very little success. Why, you ask? Firstly, it involves memorizing a new alphabet, which many students who have enough trouble with the regular one aren’t very inclined to do. Secondly, not everyone finds it useful. That’s because it is actually not as international as it may seem; there is no such thing (yet?) as an international English standard.

All I was trying to do was provide an alternative approach (much like I did in my lesson on The Sentence- svo, svc, sva, rather than a subject-predicate group. You’d be surprised how difficult it is for many people, native and non-native English users alike, to grasp the concept of a predicate).

Take the word CAN'T:
Merriam Webster: \ˈkant, ˈkänt, especially Southern ˈkānt\
Oxford Dictionary: /kɑːnt

Ummm… ok, well… which one should I go with? Imagine you study the British pronunciation. Next, imagine you take that pronunciation of the word can't and go to a small, conservative town in the southern US. In certain contexts, your pronunciation of this word might get you slapped in the face, punched in the stomach, or shot. I’m afraid I cannot elaborate here as to why, but the curious amongst you will figure it out.

3) Why use the Merriam Webster Dictionary in the first place? If you attend college in the US, most likely your professors will want you to write using the standard language rules of the US, which follow (in most cases) the Merriam Webster Collegiate Dictionary (11th ed.) It then follows that you should use it for pronunciation as well. This is why I was very careful to mention which dictionary I was using for this exercise.

4) Some of the fiercest comments against my approach came from people whose writing suggests to me that they are native or near-native English users. Please keep in mind that it isn’t as easy for newcomers to the language to grasp the things that you can, at least not at this stage of their language development. Besides, most native English users (outside linguistics programs) don’t even have a clue what the IPA is.

Thursday, July 10th 2014

    Don’t worry Adam, this was very useful for me i got an 8/10, thank you so much, excellent lesson!

    Friday, July 11th 2014

    Hi Dear Adam,
    I’m happy that I have the oppօrtunity to watch your lessons.I consider me your student when I listen to you.
    Never mind ,the lesson is nice,easy,pleasant and not confusing generally.And your method of teaching,pronunciation are great!!!

    Saturday, July 12th 2014

    /ˈhaɪ/ Adam, /aɪ/ /ˈθɪŋk/ /ˈjoɚ/ /ˈdæm/ /ˈraɪt/ /ˈtuː/ /ˈtiːtʃ/ /ˈʌs/ /ˈhaʊ/ /ˈtuː/ /prəˈnaʊns/ /ˈɪŋglɪʃ/ /ˈprɑːpɚli/.
    For those who do not know, IPA stands for International Phonetic Association which is greatly helpful to grasp a language. Phonetics and phonemes study are particularly required in English since pronunciation has almost nothing to do with spelling. English grammar is quite simple, vocabulary is so reach that it is almost always possible to find a word you know to express yourself. Furthermore, English is a very flexible language. But, pronunciation and phrasal verbs are devils.
    səʊ, lɚnɪŋ fəˈniːmɪk ɪz ‘kruːʃəl. Some can perfectly speak English but meet difficulties to be understood owing to bad pronunciation (sounds and stress). As to phrasal verbs, they are pure nightmares. All the best to you, Adam.

    Sunday, July 13th 2014

      Well said Patple

      (just a note: international phonetic alphabet too)

      Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

amazing i like that

Thursday, July 10th 2014

How to watch ur lessons can any one tell

Friday, July 11th 2014

very hard foe me,teacher.I’ll try again next.

Friday, July 11th 2014

It was very very difficult for ma iam sorry I got 3/10

Friday, July 11th 2014

very difficult

Friday, July 11th 2014

it’s difficult. But thanks

Saturday, July 12th 2014

Adam, very difficult right, but as usual very helpful. Don’t worry and once more good job!
Regards.

Saturday, July 12th 2014

ohh got 6/10. pronunciation made me confused.but if i do more and more i’m sure i will achieve the aim that correct the way i say the word:)

Saturday, July 12th 2014

ohh it`s so difficult but great lesso
i got 4 out of 10 :(

Sunday, July 13th 2014

5. What does the |a| syllable in the word al ph a bet sound like? (alphabet)



the | hole | in asshole

that’s nice!

Sunday, July 13th 2014

Well, I got 6 out of 10 which not good. But I would ask this:
1)What does the |e| syllable in the word co li s e um sound like? (coliseum)
My answer: the |i| in pin, yours: the |ee| in feel, MW: /ˌkɑːləˈsiːjəm/
2)What does the |a| syllable in the word al ph a bet sound like? (alphabet)
My answer: the |au| in laundry, yours: the |a| in father, MW: /ˈælfəˌbɛt/. In this case, MW uses the schwa sound “ə“ when in father the long vowel “ɑː“ is used.
3)What does the |i| syllable in the word tr i age sound like? (triage)
My answer: the |i| in will, yours: the |ee| in tree, MW:/ˈtriːˌɑːʒ/
4)What does the |a| syllable in the word o r a nge sound like? (orange)
My answer: the |o| in on, yours: the |i| in win, MW: /ˈɑrɪnʤ/ and for win: /ˈwɪn/. Phoneme “ɪn“ is the same but hearing the real pronunciation, I find it a little difference between the two words.
Nevertheless, those examples show how important is to check phonetics and how right you are recommending us to do so.

Sunday, July 13th 2014

Thanks for the great lesson Adam! I found funny that the word “fiasco” is written and pronounced on the same way in portuguese, my mother language.

Sunday, July 13th 2014

    Hi, thiagotonin.
    Despite it’s meaning, I love the word “fiasco”. the first time I heard it was on the game Chicken Run (Fuga das Galinhas).

    There are lots of words that are pronounced and written exactly the same way in Portuguese and in English, but I think it’s because they are not really English words…

    Anyway, this was an easy lesson to follow, but the quiz was by far the most difficult so far. 3/10. :(

    Wednesday, July 16th 2014

I got 6/10.. Not badd.. But this is really amazing! Your lessons would help me a lot in all aspects!! Thank you, Adam. You’re awesome! :)

Sunday, July 13th 2014

Thx you

Monday, July 14th 2014

love you`re lessons, excellent teacher! gotta practice more though. I´ll recommend these to everyone.

Monday, July 14th 2014

I want to know how to use not only and but also .The sentence is He was small,new and curios.

1.He was not only small,new,yellow but also curios
or
2. Not only he was small,new,yellow but also curious
I want to know which one is correct pls answer it ASAP my exam is on 14 july

Monday, July 14th 2014

    1 seems better.

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

    Hi Rajpal,

    Sorry this is a bit late, but:
    .He was not only small,new,and yellow, but he was also curious.
    or
    2. Not only was he small,new,and yellow, but he was also curious

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

Great Lesson Adam! I loved it! Thank you very much!

Monday, July 14th 2014

hi adam
I am new your student
tnx for best teach,i like your teaching procedur

Tuesday, July 15th 2014

too hard for the moment….

Tuesday, July 15th 2014

Hello Adam,
Is it possible a class about: un, dis, mis ….

Best Regards
Walker

Tuesday, July 15th 2014

    Will do Walker

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

hmmm. FIASCO an italian word with same meaning and pronunciation .. what a coincidence

Wednesday, July 16th 2014

thank you

Wednesday, July 16th 2014

good morning for everyone that website for me that website is very good that is video is very interesting because of sounds i liked very much thanks for the tips.

Wednesday, July 16th 2014

Hi Adam,
I’m fond of learning English very much,especially know you. I was considering these words : objective, aim, goal, target, purpose. If you can help me distinguish them. Thank you very much.

Wednesday, July 16th 2014

    Hi Rain,

    The first four can be used interchangeably; they mean what you hope to achieve by your actions. Goal and target have the added idea of future achievement.

    Purpose is why you are doing the action. So the achievement is the effect of a cause.

    Does this help?

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

I got 3 correct out of 10.
:(

Thursday, July 17th 2014

Hey mate , thanks for the lesson , it was kinda difficult to understand , but well-done.
“Little give better than nothing” ^^

Thursday, July 17th 2014

your work attracts a lot of students all over the world.thanks.

Saturday, July 19th 2014

Thanks a lot :)

Saturday, July 19th 2014

2.thorough
adjective UK /ˈθʌrə/ US /ˈθɜːrəʊ/
I thought it must have been a mistake but it’s just a slight difference Between BrE & AmE.
5. father noun /ˈfɑːðər/
alphabet noun [C] /ˈælfəbet/
absolutely different sounds
10. rough adjective /rʌf/
stand verb /stænd/
the same here!
The transcription was taken from http://dictionary.cambridge.org/. As for the quiz the words are a bit ridiculous and odd, also a number of them has a foreign origin. On whole, it’s difficult to determine what the sound is not knowing where at least stressed syllable is. Anyway, English IS NOT a phonetic language, therefore no reasons to be disappointed on that subject, I think.
But your effort to convey the gist, Adam, was sensible.

Saturday, July 19th 2014

    Thanks Serginho

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

That American phonetic symbols made me confused! :p .. “y no using” the international one?! O.o

Saturday, July 19th 2014

    Hi Titudzi,

    I wrote a long answer on that above. In short, it’s not very international :)

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

Diffficult omg

Saturday, July 19th 2014

my amazing and logical English teacher Adam please can you give me logical clarification on present perfect tense i am always confuse on it.
1 she has been in Chicago.
2she has been to Chicago.
what the difference between the above two sentence?

Monday, July 21st 2014

    Hi Gizaw,

    1. She spent some time there. (A:I just saw Sarah. I thought she moved. B: No, she has been in Chicago for work. She’s back now.)
    2. she had visited there in the past–experience

    Hope this helps.

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

amazing lesson,you solve my problem,you are great teacher

Monday, July 21st 2014

it is really difficult and confusing

Monday, July 21st 2014

Wow it was really difficult but practice makes someone gets English spoken better. I like your lessons Adam. I have a question for you. Could you tell me if you perhaps know a website or something to practice my Speaking skill with a native speaker? I do want to improve my speaking but I was just wondering if you know a website. I appreciate all your help. Thanks a lot!

Monday, July 21st 2014

    Hi Serch,

    I’ve heard some good things about http://livemocha.com
    try it out and let me know.

    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

      Thank you so much Adam, I will check it out!

      Thursday, July 24th 2014

I forgot to leave my e-mail: austinserch1@gmail.com if maybe somebody wants to practice with me

Monday, July 21st 2014

Hi
It is great!!!
Where Can I find test like that.
After doing the test I learned how incorrect my pronunciation was

Monday, July 21st 2014

phonetics is about teaching sounds and the pronunciation of sounds; but the way we can write some words are totally diffrent from their sounds (pronunciation). how can we solve that? thank you for any help

Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

Hi Everyone,

I know this lesson wasn’t easy, but remember the secret: practice, practice, practice.
:)

Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

hi Adam this is Ravi your phonetics lesson was very easily understandable than what i heard in my classroom
one request to you is make a class on HOW TO stress on PARTICULAR syllables as i came to know English is a stress timed language
THANK YOU

Wednesday, July 23rd 2014

    Hi Ravitejabfa

    I’ll see what I can do :)

    Friday, August 8th 2014

Hi Adam,
thanks alot for your videos and tips it’s so helpful for me. but actually I always have the same problem that I can understand English very well when some one else speaking it or if I’m reading something but when I am trying to make a conversation with some one I have a huge problem. suddenly I forget any English word I know!! is there any way to improve my speaking since I don’t use it in my real life
thanks alot again :)

Thursday, July 24th 2014

    Hi Disa,

    The best way to improve is to practice. But if you don’t have the opportunity, you have to do it yourself: record yourself speaking and listen to it for mistakes. You can also record yourself reading an article or a book, and listen for pace, pronunciation, stress, etc. It’s not as much fun as speaking with someone, but it might help.:)

    Friday, August 8th 2014

    Hi Disa!
    I had the same problem…

    Thursday, September 4th 2014

That’s really really very interesting .. thank you so much Adam

Thursday, July 24th 2014

    we need to practise more and more and have a lot of exercises to be sure that we are able to spaek as native

    Sunday, April 12th 2015

Hi Adam,
I’d like to get to learn something about using linking words .. I wish you could help me
“I’m so glad I could join you for another lesson”
is the sentence above correct?
Thank you

Thursday, July 24th 2014

    Hi Abdelhadi,

    Yes, it is. I’ll see what I can do about linking words :)

    Friday, August 8th 2014

Mr. Adam ^_^
(I’ve read your long comment above..) and.. ok.. You’re got a point and I respect that..
.
Thank’ya for the class!! (and thank’ya for your patience specially) .. ^_^
.
I suggested IPA cuz it was what I was taught back in college.. and it is what I’m used to using! (hehehe.. “used to” was another lesson I learned from ya!) ..
.
The thing is.. I’m your fan and I’ll keep on watching your videos.. (even if you use a crazy phonetic alphabet system! :p ) heheheh.. :D
.
®

Thursday, July 24th 2014

    fair enough :)

    Friday, August 8th 2014

Hi everyone.I am improving my speaking skills.Who wants to improve his/her speakin,call me in skype :aliyev.yusif91

Thursday, July 24th 2014

    Hi Natiq,
    I’d like to, but I don’t have Skype account is there another way!?

    Friday, July 25th 2014

      hi Disa, maybe you can create skype account or you can also using facebook

      regards.

      Thursday, October 2nd 2014

        bytheway, I like you Adam. You are one of my favorite teachers beside Rebecca :D

        Thursday, October 2nd 2014

Hi Mr. Adam, I appreciate your valious help. I am learning a lot with your tips!!!

Monday, July 28th 2014

hi adam: can you tell me how i use the dictonary to practice the phonetics.

the example you gave in your video; bullet. the second syllable is i donot understand why you pronounce as lick

Tuesday, July 29th 2014

    Hi Honestidad,

    Sorry about that. You are right, the American dictionary pronounces it as let. It must be my Canadianism that came out.:)

    Friday, August 8th 2014

It’s not easy. I felt down , got only 30 %, sorry.

Wednesday, July 30th 2014

Adam, Thanks for share your lessons! I’m learning a lot! I’m very grateful!

Saturday, August 2nd 2014

Thank you adam! you are one of my favorite

Monday, August 4th 2014

Hello teacher Adam,
I am a University student from Perth, Western Australia.
I really like all of your lessons and they were very helpful. I am wondering if that is possible for you , could you please online tutoring me? I am so much appreciate all of your lessons. How much would you charge for per hour? I hope I will have a good news from you soon.
This is my e-mail (luckmmmk@gmail.com).

Tuesday, August 5th 2014

    Hi Jacqueline,

    I just tried to send an email, but it didn’t go through. Can you check the address again?

    Thanks

    Friday, August 8th 2014

      sorry Adam, I made the mistake in my e-mail.. this is the correct one (luckmmk@gmail.com).

      Friday, August 8th 2014

Hi Adam,
i am really very interested by your courses , i have a question here and i am sure that you will help me to succeed: i’m gonna writing my dissertation this year and i am very optimistic because i know that i am able to get a good mark on it, i want you to help me to find a good and strong TOPIC to be written ( this topic should be related with economic world ,business world and why not by some political overviews) please write me back on my Email : takwa.neffeti@gmail.com

Tuesday, August 5th 2014

hi is there anyone else who has time to practise with online just i need a partner

Wednesday, August 6th 2014

    Hi iNoM,I would like to practice with you if you are interested in me please reply me.

    Friday, August 8th 2014

      Hi
      I am here If you like to talk with me..

      Thursday, September 4th 2014

It’s tricky but hey i got 7/10 :)

Friday, August 8th 2014

Hi adam.
Your lesson was nice.
I have a problem that is i know all the tenses but still i cant talk properly. What do i have to do. Tell me something

Saturday, August 9th 2014

I have right only 6 of 10 But I’m proud of it))

Tuesday, August 12th 2014

I love this lesson its simple , yet in end this syllable phonetic system is gonna be really helpfull.

Wednesday, August 13th 2014

i got 1/10 T_T

Friday, August 15th 2014

I need to talk with someone for improving my english,conctact me
Playmaker54@hotmail.it

Monday, August 18th 2014

    Hey lady… do you have a Skype account? i’m interested in too. My Skype adress is drdanilosilvapsq

    Sunday, November 30th 2014

Hi Mr Adam,
how can we develop our phonetic skills?
Is it by keeping the new words, or is there is way else. for example the quiz, can we do it without using a dictionary????

Thanks ,

Friday, August 22nd 2014

Hard :(
I have got 4 mistakes . Sir we need completely lesson please

Saturday, August 23rd 2014

That was really a useful lesson for a trainer like me, I would like to get tips on American Accent & grammar which would help me in my training sessions.

Monday, August 25th 2014

useful lesson Mr Adam

Tuesday, September 2nd 2014

Hi every body!!!

Monday, September 8th 2014

Hi Adam. I have always difficulties with the word develop. I keep saying it on wrong way over and over again. Please help me with that. How do you say it?

Wednesday, September 10th 2014

good class but I need practice.

Friday, September 12th 2014

the lesson is fantastic ,thank teacher a lot

Sunday, September 14th 2014

It’s too difficult for me, but I’ll try Adam

Wednesday, September 17th 2014

I got 40% correct … it looks very confusing
but i did found the lesson helpful .. thanks :)

Wednesday, September 17th 2014

50% but it helped me. i can get more confidence to listening because of sir

Saturday, September 20th 2014

Hi.Mr Adam.
its very nice or i liked your secret.but plz provid the method of teaching that how to controls students and how to make them happy or get them understand i want to know your method

Sunday, September 28th 2014

You got 3 correct out of 10.
:(

This lesson is difficult need more practise :(

Monday, September 29th 2014

Hi Adam, yes it is a little confuse but it needs practice. I think you are a great teacher and the lessons are explained very well, but as you said we need to practice. Thanks a lot

Tuesday, October 7th 2014

My God, I got 2 from 10 :( it is confuse

Thursday, October 9th 2014

Thanks anyway

Saturday, October 11th 2014

Hi Adam
I have a question.
“Did you got the reception?” Is this sentence equals to this one –> “Did you got invite?”
“Did you got the reception?” Is this sentence can also equals to this one –> “Did you got the phone-signal?”
I don’t know the meaning. I just guess.
Please help to figure out. thank you.

Wednesday, October 15th 2014

What a nice teacher Adam is, I really appreciate what u have done. To be honest, pronunciation is the biggest problem in my English learning. Like the most chinese students, my tongue twisted is horrible bad, even now I’m working in an English speaking country, but when I talk, they can obviously find out I’m speaking chingllish, what a frustrating, I really feel confuse.

Wednesday, October 15th 2014

great lesson :)it will help me a lot in my class thanks

Friday, October 17th 2014

hi adam
you are great thank you
i’v question i try to learn english to speak but i can’t find diffrant between formal and informal
like i heard in American movies word like (center but i heard it (cener) the (T) letter got dropd so is’t formal accent? becuse i search for American accent and i found alot of rules in American accent that drive me crazy
and what’s slang ?
any way
thank you sir
i hope you will gave me the answer cuse i’m confused and i need help
thank you

Saturday, October 18th 2014

3 out of 10 ooh, will try and try . thank u so much

Monday, October 20th 2014

I got 3 correct out of 10.
What a pity.
Please help me Adam…

Friday, October 24th 2014

oOo MR.Adam awesome video , it was first time i saw video about phonetics , as you said my teacher is not easy , the test result was bad , but it was helpful , thanks so much , God blessing

Friday, October 24th 2014

hi sir,
i just attened to your lessons and i’m really really need to improve my english to fluent. I’m crazy in english language

Wednesday, October 29th 2014

Hello mr: Adam , thanks a lot I got 7 correct out of 10

Friday, October 31st 2014

Many thanks Adam

Saturday, November 1st 2014

Dear teacher Adam: many thanks for help us to improve English…..you explain so well….but i think you sepak so fast….if you speak a little or a bit more slowly..we can understand more….don´t forget we are “learners….i wish you health and long life…have a nice Saturday….Jaime Rivera

Saturday, November 1st 2014

Thanx A lot, It Helps Me a Lot. Thnax Again.

Sunday, November 2nd 2014

Thanks sir.Nothing is easy or even difficult. It’s all about practicing, hard work .Greatings from Morocco.

Wednesday, November 19th 2014

many thanks,

Wednesday, November 19th 2014

This lesson was a knockout.( I learned this in your lesson about phrasal verbs.It’s a noun, isn’t it?

Now, phonetics needs-need? years and years of
hard work. Listening to native speakers in some
cases doesn’t work. There are times when they speak some words differently, I mean, not
following the rules.

I’ve been trying hard to pronounce the words
correctly, but….I have this gimmick of recording myself speaking and sometimes I think:
” That’s not me speaking. It sounds awful!!!!”
So, I go on training my speaking as much as possible.

I thank you a lot, Adam.

Tuesday, December 9th 2014

Adam,about your Canadian accent. I don’t think
you should change anything at all.

You’re the teacher, “we” students have to get used to it.

I’ve been around, so I’ve listened to so many
different accents…I simply panicked.
Adam, about your accent, you don not have to
change anything at all. Repeating we are the ones who have to study hard.!!!!!

This is difficult subject. As you are used to
saying: ” Practice, practice,practice….”
Take the Irish accent for one.

Wow! But the point is: I love this language.I’m
like a “sponge”. I want to sound as perfect as
possible, but I know don’t get even close to the ideal pronunciation. But I don’t give up.
I will continue reading aloud and correcting my
pronunciation.

We can never give up.

Am I right, Adam?

Tuesday, December 9th 2014

thank you,i got 5 correct out of 10

Thursday, December 11th 2014

Thank you Adam, it really helps a lot for improving my accent and pronunciation. Before I used to rely on MW pronunciation sounds now I realized that, one must know how to understand the phonetic symbols to better understand clearly by practicing. Is there any sites that offer a lists of phonetic symbols? Will be grateful for your suggestions. Thanks a lot! :)

Thursday, December 11th 2014

Hi ,Adam
I’m really appreciate your teaching style really love it. Your lesson really improving my pronunciation. I will practicing its everyday .

Friday, December 12th 2014

Hi Adam, Thank you for sharing all these videos, I’m improving a lot with them :)
I would like to tell you that this particular video is very interesting for me because you pronounce a lot of similar words and we can learn the differences between them. That point is very difficult for me because in Spanish language we only have 5 vowel sounds, so for me “look” and “luke” – “luck” and “lack” have the same sound and I’m not able to recognise wich one the other person uses. After listening to you several times, I start to hear a little difference but in a fluent conversation it will be very hard. Of course it’s all about the context, you wouldn’t say “I sprained my uncle” right? hahaha (-insted of ankle)

Wednesday, December 17th 2014

Hi, Adam. I’m your brand new student from Indonesia. Thanks a lot for the lesson. It makes me eager to learn English more. I almost lost heart to learn it because firstly, it’s really expensive learning English here with native teachers in it. Secondly, I don’t have a partner to practice my English skill. And after watching your video and taking the quiz, I become more powerful to learn it more and more.
Again, thank you so much, Adam.
Terima kasih (Indonesian language that means thank you) :-)

Wednesday, December 24th 2014

Thanks Mr Adam
I would like to tell you this lesson is a very interesting. but very difficult for beginer

Wednesday, December 24th 2014

Hi Adam,

Just joined EngVid to learn english accents and I am finding it really helpful. Although the hard work part frightens me, but thanks for the beautiful tips. :)

I also find so much life in your presentation.
Regards,
Avishkar

Sunday, December 28th 2014

thank Adam u are good teacher but ur quiz very difficult

Monday, December 29th 2014

Congratulations for your explanation, Adam!
This way of explain the different sounds at beginning of the movie is VERY useful to latin students!

Sounds like “look” VS “luke” are very close to us. When you speak sounds like these together you give us the opportunity to get slight differences.

Thank you

Sunday, January 11th 2015

thx you

Sunday, January 18th 2015

hi Adam ,
when i went to Merriam Webster.com this is what ive found
1rough adjective \ˈrəf\
: having a surface that is not even

Monday, January 19th 2015

so it doesn’t match or rhyme with car
car noun \ˈkär, dial also ˈkȯr, ˈkyär\
so am i correct or i missed something or what ?

Monday, January 19th 2015

it’s clear and useful. For vowels we Indonesians have no problem at all. For the double consonants like th ph sq … etc. we may have some challenging problems in pronouncing the words..

Thursday, January 22nd 2015

Hi Adam i got 90, beautiful class as always.Thanks so much.

Friday, January 23rd 2015

Hi Adam
I would like of know where can I get more information about this study of pronunciation.
Thanks

Sunday, January 25th 2015

Hi Adam.. I stil have being confuse. I got 2/ 10. Should I read dictionary to know about phonetic for every words? Thanx Adam, you’re a great teacher. Nice to learn with you

Wednesday, January 28th 2015

“There is no secret. It takes hard work, takes practice, it takes perseverance” – the best “secret” I’ve ever heard :)
I like using the method that is shown in New English File – https://elt.oup.com/student/englishfile/elementary/c_pronunciation/pronunciation01?cc=pl&selLanguage=pl

Friday, January 30th 2015

It is very difficult but I am practicing Thank you Adam

Friday, January 30th 2015

So difficult … :(

Tuesday, February 3rd 2015

    I do agree with you budy. Bye!

    Wednesday, February 18th 2015

Lesson is awesome. I will keep learning. Thank you, Adam.

Saturday, February 7th 2015

Despite of being terrible in my quiz, i really enjoyed the video. I guess it’s gonna be helpful to my english pronunciation learning. I’ll keep practicing. Bye!

Wednesday, February 18th 2015

6 out of 10. :( English pronunciation is difficult! I will continue practicing it!:)

Thursday, February 26th 2015

Hi! Thank you for the video, I really enjoyed it (especially the quizz – the words you’ve chosen are really tricky):P However I agree with some comments posted here that the symbols are quite confusing. The simbols I have learned were more logical :P

Saturday, February 28th 2015

Can anyone recommend an appropriate British dictionary?

Sunday, March 1st 2015

disappointed , 30…it’s really hard , but i will try my best,…is there any software or specific way to practice more practical

Sunday, March 8th 2015

exercises are hard to do, this not clear to me… but the clip was constructive to me, thanks!

Friday, March 20th 2015

Wow, I had never considered “school” as related to “fluke”. “school” and “hookah” are more like “book” for me.

Saturday, March 21st 2015

Well. as you said it’s difficult. Anyway, thank you for this lesson :)

Sunday, March 22nd 2015

so hard but i’ll try

Saturday, April 4th 2015

No doubt that you are one of the bests here.
I’ve lived in California for three months but I think isn’t enough time to learn everything. And you are help me to improv my english, especially pronunciation. Thank you so so so much.

Thursday, April 9th 2015

hello MR adam
firstly thank u for ur efforts that was terribly perfect lesson
i have a small problem which is how i can start updating my english i mean i want to use new words cuz i fed up with the oldest words what can u advice me to do
peace

Sunday, April 12th 2015

I cant hear the vídeos, none of them

Tuesday, April 14th 2015

    Hmmm. Can you hear any other videos on YouTube? If not, you may need to adjust your computer settings.

    Wednesday, April 15th 2015

      guinevere

      Hi.. yes!! I can see Adam videos in youtube but, in engvid.com i can’t hear any of them. I tried again but the videos don’t have sound for me.
      In YouTube it’s ok

      Thursday, April 23rd 2015

Hi.. yes!! I can see Adam videos in youtube but, in engvid.com i can’t hear any of them. I tried again but the videos don’t have sound for me.
In YouTube it’s ok

Wednesday, April 15th 2015

Hi Adam,you are really perfect teacheerr! ^_^ thank youuu so muchh. And Im very excited to how can I pronounce this as a native speaker: “he had OWNED a lot of land around….” may you help me please? take caree

Saturday, April 18th 2015

6/10 hmnn. it’s time to practise. thnx adam :)

Sunday, April 19th 2015

I have to practice a lot. Thank You.

Thursday, April 23rd 2015

I have to practice more than what I expected. Thank you…

Friday, April 24th 2015

hi Adam
can U chick no. 8 & 10 from my answer in that link
http://store1.up-00.com/2015-05/1430499776291.jpg

I chick in dictionary ..

Friday, May 1st 2015

Mr.Adam I need help with pronounction

Wednesday, May 6th 2015

Hello Adam its my first time here, im not really good in pronunciation and I always blame my short tongue for that. Watching your video is a big help. I got 4/10 in the quiz by the way… shame on me!!!! I will make better next time :)

Friday, May 8th 2015

I can’t understand as to use a lesson. Likely, I translate not correctly :(.

Sunday, May 10th 2015

My first quiz
Im lovin everything about the site and Adam u rocks man its very easy to leArn wit u.
Tx

Monday, May 11th 2015

it’s so difficult

Monday, May 18th 2015

oh, not easy as i know, but thanks. i will try again

Monday, May 18th 2015

I only got 1 correct answer out of 10 questions. :(

I will try again..

Thursday, May 21st 2015

Thanks, Adam! I will follow all your lessons. You are a great teacher. I hope to improve my English.
Best regards.

Saturday, May 23rd 2015

Thanx Adam it was a good lesson and I think phonetics is so hard specially when English is the second language so what sould I do to learn it correctly ?.
And I have anthor simple question How to sound these words properly (knew/new),(prophet/profit),etc…. and differ between them ?

Thursday, May 28th 2015

this lesson was helpful,i guess.
but that quiz…i was expecting 7/10 at least but i just got 5/10
the phonetic issue is really too hard..
anyway,i think i’ll give up this pronounce issue for now.

Saturday, June 13th 2015

That was my worst practice :( 2/10

Thursday, June 18th 2015

Thanks alot

Monday, July 6th 2015

I got 50% this time. hoping for 100% in future.

Thursday, July 16th 2015

I loved it, Adam. I got a bad score, but I am try to understand the difference. Thank you! =]

Sunday, July 19th 2015

Great lesson, Adam. I like phonetics, too.

Monday, August 17th 2015

thanks alot your great <3

Monday, September 7th 2015

Always thank you, Adam. I have to practice more.
I got 30 score :(

Wednesday, September 9th 2015

to be honest I don’t understand this lesson! but like the teacher said at the begin it is going to be very difficult.

Thursday, September 17th 2015

thank you Mr Adam

Friday, September 25th 2015

Dear teacher,

I got 2/10…and what does it mean? It means that…“I am always doing that which I cannot do in order that I may learn how to do it.” Pablo Picasso
Thanks Adam for your support, for your patience and for your kindness I’m grateful.

Monday, September 28th 2015

i start learn english , how do i start?

Wednesday, October 7th 2015

sorry,
Hi Adma,
i couldn’t get very well this lesson,
my question is:
how can i know in which case i have to use such sound instead of other?
there are some rules which may be i misunderstand?

Thursday, December 31st 2015

Thanks, Mr Adam! I will follow all your lessons and I wish I can communicat with you on facebook

Sunday, January 3rd 2016

thanks

Monday, January 4th 2016

In pronunciation, what’s the difference between:
leak and leek.

Wednesday, January 6th 2016

Hello everyone!
I am just new in this forum. I’ve wanted to join you for a long time, but I was not able to do so. Fortunatelly, today I could finally create my profile, so I could participate in this English learning site. This was actually the first video I saw six months ago, and from tha moment on I started watching all the lessons taught here. Hopefully I’ll be able to improve my English skills and get to know people from different cultures in order to participate and learn from different backgrounds. Thank you so much,Engvid staff for all what you guys do for us. Have a nice 2016 year!

Thursday, January 14th 2016

Thank you Adam, It is very useful. Your are right I will achieve it by practice.

Saturday, February 13th 2016

Feeling really stupid after quiz! XD
4/10 awful! And now I’m not even sure that this comment sounds correctly inside my head! What have you done to me, mr. Teacher!)

Tuesday, February 16th 2016

To me, It’s very difficult to expect the phonetic of English word.

Tuesday, February 16th 2016

Useful lesson, thank you Adam for your awesome lessons.

Thursday, February 18th 2016

I want the british accent of these words please

Friday, March 4th 2016

I love your English lessons. You make the concepts clear. Thank you soooo much.

Sunday, March 27th 2016

Thanks a lot, Adam! I watched this lesson 3 times in a row, until I reached the understanding. )))

Thursday, April 28th 2016

I’ve got 7 of 11! Hurrray!

Thursday, April 28th 2016

    i.e. of 10, of course! )))

    Thursday, April 28th 2016

Oh! The word “fiasco” is spelled and pronounced equals portuguese! Adam seems like a brazilian!

Tuesday, May 10th 2016

Hello Adam and all students , First of all i thank you so much for what you do for us , And i hope we can benefit as much as possible with your English tips , I am one of your students here but i would like to ask you Adam , i live in place none speaks english i am always looking to practice it , but tell me a way that i can speak english without interruption , Thank you so much Adam and all students ( good luck ) .

Tuesday, May 24th 2016

thanks adam it’s been so helpful

Wednesday, May 25th 2016

The test has a mistake.

Could you please explain. (A) to orange, because I put (A) to Apple and the answer said, is the (i) in win.

This is Correct?

Friday, May 27th 2016

Good lesson Adam, in too many cases many people know how to express themself but their pronunciations are not the best, but with those tricks all of us will go to improve…

Tuesday, June 21st 2016

i really need this, thanks adam. it hurts when a customer asks for an american agent.. ((

Saturday, June 25th 2016

Hi Adam , I have two questions :

1. Which of these groups belongs the word “talk” ? , I think it might be the rock one but I am not sure and anyway…..

2. Is it there all kind of vowel sounds , or is it there some left ?

Thanks in advance

Tuesday, July 12th 2016

Thanks a lot! Adam :D

Sunday, July 17th 2016

Hi Adam
This is helpful but at the same time so hard.I really need to practice your technique on how to pronounce a word.Sometimes, i find myself not knowing how to pronounce certain words.

Wednesday, August 10th 2016

you’re really great!
but after this lesson i feel quite confused!!!
i use Cambridge online dictionary. for me, reading british transcription is easy, but when i tried (after watching video)to use meriem-webster, i found it’s very difficult to read american phonetics symbols
if i want to practice american accent, should i learn american phonetics symbols and use only american dictionaries???
thanks alot

Wednesday, August 10th 2016

    Just like the rest of the world uses the metric system and the US uses Imperial, American dictionaries have their own way of doing things. However, “learner’s dictionaries” use IPA and some give both British and American pronunciations, so look into those!

    Wednesday, August 10th 2016

Hi to all I’m new here

Saturday, November 5th 2016

Thank you very much .
I want to ask you, Are British phonetic differ from the American one ?
Do I have to learn both of them ?
And what is the easiest way to learn it quickly?
I find it difficult to learn , am I wrong ?
And I hope you can explain it in many video because I prefer your lessons .
Thanks a lot .

Monday, November 14th 2016

Really? Does the second |a| syllable in the word alphabet sound like the |a| in father? Give me a break xDDD
Adam you’re the best teacher and my fav on EngVid, but it just seems a little bit unreal)

Wednesday, November 16th 2016
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