Lin English words. I’ll also show you lots of example words that you can practice pronouncing correctly. I’ve chosen the most common words with these silent letters, so that even if you don’t remember the rules, you’ll still know how to pronounce these common words correctly. This is also a great chance for you to improve your spelling.
Thanks Emma for the new lessons.
me too 10/10 :)
Congrats to both of you! Keep up the good work!
Frankly speaking, I didn’t know there were rules for when not to pronounce some letters in English until now.
I learned to pronounce many of these words as they come up. However,I was always aware of silent letters in the English language.
Superb lesson on pronunciation Emma.
Bye for now.
Thanks it is important for me.
Thank you Emma!.
For your excellent lesson, I can get a perfect score!
thank you Emma nice video and good practice
Thanks for the lesson Emma.
Thanks Emma, very usefull!
You missed to explain the words pledge, grudge, dodge, and chalk.
Pledge is like promise or obligation
Grudge is hate and malice
Dodge is Avoid
Chalk, actually i can’t explain it well but i’ll try xD, is the thing you write with on the board ,it’s
a soft white limestone
Hope I Helped:)!
Thank you HannaMuhammad
You helped me a lot :)
I got 10/10 ! Becouse I have read already 40-50 books ! ) Maybe a little more … ) Anyway, thank you (my lovely engVid) for your beautyfull work !!! Best wiches. You student and friend Wladislav Hamitovich. )
Dear Vladkabatkovich,please check the word (wiches)correct is(wishes)have a nice time.
Thank you Emma ,
Are there rules for the pronounciation of “i”
Sometimes it is pronouced in its spelling form and other times like a “e” or like a shwa sound . It sounds weird when you don’t know the word with an “i” you are saying and you mispronounce it , worse than a word with silent consonant .
Hope you can make a lesson on that
10/10 Thank you very much for the excellent explanation!!
I made the score 10/10. Thanks Emma!
Hi Dear Emma
Thank you very much, that you provide another wonderful video that is fulfill spelling and pronunciation for english learner. you are doing great job I will thank you again your hard and tiff time where you extract many useful stuff for students.
This is a great lesson, thank you for your teaching!
great mess emma
Thank you so much Emma!!
Nice lesson as usual ;)
Thank you very much , Emma. The lesson is very useful. Now I guess ,why when I read and then I listen the same text ,it sounds differently ,more softly . The reason is in silent b,d and l. As was said , the secret is in simple things.
10/10 for these words, i hope, i wouldn’t forget their pronunciation while talking.
can i ask you a question? i’ve been testing myself for over a year. And all results i reached that i was upper-intermediate. how could i take a leap forward from upper-intermediate to advanced? by that i mean, from now on,what should i very work on?
I think you should read more in English in order to improve your writing skills .
As well,you need to watch English movies without translation or subtitles,and listen more to improve your pronunciation and listening skills .
wish you all the best :)
Thanks Emma.I made 10/10 in first try. This lesson is really necessary for me to study. I look forward to hearing more silent word from you.
Happy study. :)
I start today learning to be professional, but I don’t imagine that will be simple.
Thank you Emma
oh i got perfect score thanks maam
thank you Emma very much
Hi! Emma, I’m Emmanuel we almost have the same name. Just kidding, but you are one great, awesome teacher. I’m looking forward to receiving comments from you.
-emman here from Philippines.
it’s very helpful
thank you Emma , got 10/10 ;)
10/10 thank you Emma:)
Thank you teacher Emma, that was pretty handy.
10/10 Thanks, Emma, you are the best
Thanks Emma for teaching !! This lession is extremely useful!
hank you, Emma
bundle of thanks
thank you so much for a very useful lesson. before i have learned this lesson i always tried to pronounce the letter l in words like: should, would, could, walk, half etc
10/10 Thank you for the good explanation. You’re awesome.
Thanks Emma for this lesson, I’m very happy because I got 10/10…:), it’s easy understand you..
Thanks Emma! This Lesson, is really awesome!! I got 10/10!! EngVid has safed my life.
You’re awesome Emma
Thank you, Emma! It is very useful!)
thank you Emma…helpful and useful lesson
thanks for you lesson, it’s easy, ii just said that b is not pronounced before t (not after t) lol
Very nice video. I like it!
But maybe there is an error in the beginning. Mustn’t it be before instead of after t with the silent b?
Thanks Emma. It’s incredible how I learn with your videos. You’re an amazing teacher!
Thank you very much for the lesson,Emma.
Thanks Emma, perfect lesson.
Hi Emma mam. Thank you for this wonderful lesson. It helped me a lot in vocabulary.
hello would u plg friendship with me on facebook i wish u taklk in english
Interesting. By the way I would like to know if in the word iron is “r” pronounced? Thank you so much for the lesson.
I’m really grateful and appreciate it about you lesson video Emma teacher
Thank you very much, I made mistakes with talk and walk.
Thank you very mcuh for a wonderful lesson.
Although I have a question. Some time ago I saw a tongue twister in the Internet ” There’s a sandwich on the sand sent by a sane which”. Well, if in the word “sandwich” d in silent, this tongue twister has no sense?
Very interesting lesson that can help us to improve our pronunciation and also our listening, because sometimes these silent letters confuse us when we listen.
ı made %100 success :) thanks
Unbelievable Emma. Very useful. Thank you.
yeah!10/10 thanks Emma.
Thanks Emma! I got 10/10
Hello, Emma. Great lesson. Thanks a lot!
love english….thanks Alma
Hi, Emma. You have explained nice, this class of sound of letters. I like to much. I am going to watch more videos. Regards.
Test 10/10, Emma you are great teacher!!!
The lesson was useful.
The word ‘talk’ was a big learning.
I appreciate that.
Sorry teacher,maybe I misunderstanding,but silent B not pronounced after or before t usually
Thank you so much!You are great teacher.
I did the Quiz and have 100%. This lesson is very nice.
a very nice lesson!!!
good lesson Emma
I got 10/10
Thank you Emma
Thank you for your lesson.I hope Great lesson and interesting lesson.I got 9 out of 10 I take care and I will try this silent letters and Pronounce every words.
Hello respected teacher,
thank you so much for this valuable and significant lesson especially for who are nonnative speakers.
Would you please help me to differentiate between when we pronounce the letter (A) as (aa) ‘ and when it is pronounced (ey).
Million thanks in advance.
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thanks Emma i should try to do correct answers.
thanks Emma. U are my favorite teacher
thanks emma madam and i think you are the best teacher.
Thanks Emma I’m really glad to enjoy your video
Thank you Emma! :)
Thank you Emma, sometimes it’s hard to believe that some English native speakers use to confuse the pronunciation as well as non native speaker.
i really enjoy this lesson.
Thanks Emma for this lesson. I got 10/10
Thank you Emma!
Thanks Emma for this video, it was very interesting!
Thanks Emma it is an intresting lesson I got 100 out of 100 .
Wow, what an interesting lesson! Thanks Emma!
Thank you Emma. I think the reason why even natives want to say b as in subtle is maybe due to subtitles. Because b as in subtitles is pronounced and looks similar at a grance, isn’t it?
Thank you for your great effort ??
Brilliant Lesson Emma.
I got it everything!
I got 10/10 yaay! Wish you will do more lessons like this, I mean about non-native speakers problems while speaking
Hi there Emma !
Can you please make a video on the difference between TO BE and TO HAVE BEEN or tell me if there is already a video on it.
“Subtitle” is it silent b?
Thank You So Much :)You Rock!!
Thanks Emma. :)
Wow Emma! 10/10 thank you
Thx but what about “calcium” or “cold” is this general rule? Impossible ,I wait your reply soon and thanks again for your great effort.
I made ID to write comment to you
Thankyou for u r great teaching and good pronunciation
Thought I’m korean, i can easily understand
Great info. thanx a lot.
Thanks Emma. It’s a very interesting and helpful lesson.
until today i am awear that the letter of l in walk ,talk —does not pronounce, oh my god , and this is the first time that i know after A O U the l is not pronounce,tks Emma
Thank you Emma always. Happy study :D
Thanks a lot.! Perfect score
10/10 great !
finally a had ten out of ten. Thanks emma for this lesson
thank you so much Emma!
Hello teacher ,
Your lessons are so magnificent, keep teaching like that .
Well ,there is one word that no clear for me this is the word “scramble”,can we pronounce b ?
Thank so much for teaching.
Hi Danny. That rule in the lesson refer to ‘mb’ at the end of a word, so in ‘scramble’ letter ‘b’ is not silent. rgds ;)
Yes finally I made 10/10
Excuse me mam,’B’ is not pronounced after ‘t’ you had written.Either ‘B’ is not pronounced before ‘t’ or after ‘t’? Please clarify me ,Mam.
Nice Emma, it’s really awesome and helpful for foreigner learner. With due respect Emma on board you wrote B will be silent after t but I thing it would be written before t…….I am sure you wouldn’t mind….
Thanks for the lesson
You can’t. Our teachers make money when people watch the videos on Youtube, and this lets us provide lessons for free. We hope you understand!
That’s really good ?
thanks alot !
I get D. Thankz for The great lesson.
thank you ..test done much enjoyed it.
Thank You for this lesson, I’m very interested on pronunciation. More of this would be great.
thank you for your good lesson
Really I enjoyed myself watching the video lesson, I’ve benefited a lot Emma.thx
As we know that always there is an exceptions. Right !
Many thanks Emma.
When will the next letters?
I found a difference in pronunciation with other words (eg: sword which is pronounced “sord” and sworn which is pronounced “sWorn”).
“Sword” is the only word I can think of with a silent “w”, unless you count “two”. Very strange. English is full of these random exceptions.
Maybe, but I’ve already heard other phenomena of this kind with, mainly the letters S, T, P, D and H and also a few vowels. As for the W I think there’s also the word “answer”. When I listen to WordReference I don’t hear any W.
You’re right, I completely forgot about that one!
Also ,Write ,
10/10 – EMMA IS THE BEST!
Now I’m more sure in my speaking! Excellent lesson.
Thank you Emma, you are the best !
I got 10/10 in B,D,L pronunciation. A lot of thanks to Ms Emma maa’m.really you are outstanding…please upload how to fix grammar mistake. once again thanks a lot.
Thanks Emma!!! Nice lesson.
Thanks Emma, you’ve helped me to pronounce appropriately some words I used to say incorrectly.
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Thanks a lot
Thank you Emma <3
Your explanation is simple and clear. Thank you Emma
Hi Emma, I love your videos!
Are you in Toronto? I read that you teach private classes. How it works?
I would like to receive more information about that if it’s possible.
My email is: email@example.com
I am sorry to remark in your lesson a mistake “t” is not pronounced if it occurs before “b” and not after
thank you emma
Thanks Emma, very usefull!
Gracias Emma !!!! muy buenas tus lecciones!!!!
That was really fluent and clear lesson. Thank you Mrs Emma
Thank you, You are a great teacher!
Hello there. I recognized that beautiful flag :) I’m from ECUADR too. This is the best one sites online that you can learn English. Emma and Ronnie are my favorite ones here.
Saludos Guayacos. :)
Very usefull explanations! Thank you!
Thank you Emma , you are a great teacher but tell me if i can pronounced it in Britich english or no ?
Emma your teaching type is very good.
Thanks a lot Emma, I’m return with you.
Thank you for this video, Emma.
Thanks a million. It’s very helpful :)
Thanks Emma you teaching great so that I can clearly got all the lesson, keep it up, thanks http://www.engvid.com follow my Instagram @nadyaginanti and @cemilaneng
Emma thanks, it’s very important knowledge!
Very useful lesson! Thanks, Emma! More lessons like this!
Yeeay 10/10 thanks emma
100 marks i got it
Thank Emma. Good lesson
Great lesson, thank you so much for sharing ,keep it up
I like the way you teach.
Thank Emma. Good lesson 10/10
Excellent lesson as always, even i knew a lot of that but it’s very important to secure it
thank you Emma, your lesson is fantastic: I get 100% on the test!
Thank you Emma,your lesson was verrrrrry helpful
Thanks for explaining the rules to pronounce ,letter to remain silent.
Awesome topic .Thanks to Teacher .
Nice lesson 10/10.
Your name has a silent “m”, but I don’t know which.
thanks teacher Emma! i love your pronunciation lessons :) i was the kind of student who used to pronounce some silent b’s
Thanks Emma… it was very nice know these rules
me take 9/10 because I don’t see the video
Thanks Emma, but, how about “tumble” ?
Thanks Emma for your lessons
Thank you so much Emma!!
thank you for wonderful lesson teacher Emma
thank you your teaching very helpful
Emma, thanks for the lesson, it improved my pronunciation
thanks Emma for this lesson .
thank you verry much Emma
Excellent lesson as always…
I made the score 9/10 10/10
Thank you very much for the excellent explanation!!
Thank you so much sweet Emma
100% You are a good teacher!
Thanks, good explanation I always confuse about silent letters.
thanks Emma :D
thank you for this video Emma.can you pleas make a lesson about the I letter , because it spells in tow sounds. climb , limb , big and so on .
thanks in advance
Thank Emma it’s excellent lesson
thank you Emma. i can to learn english in here.
I like this lesson. :)
thanks very much!!!
thanks very much. I have never known those before. It is very helpful for my studying.
thank you EMMA
100% .. Thak you Emma for your excellent explanation
teacher,please let me know how to read correctly in the sentence.
Question 1, (at)some read …Ah..T the sound like (art)
(at) some read …at… the sound like (eight)
with one is correct.
Question 2, (at the) the sound (eight the)
but Look at me we didn’t read the sound (look eight me but we read (look cake me)
like> thank you (thank Q),.> we didn’t read thank you
like> come on (come mon)..>we didn’t read come on
please help me or can get the special dictionary to find out the (tricky sentence sound) .
hope you can understand my answer
Thanks for the excelent class, Emma!
I’d like to know more about silent letters.
For example the word island we don’t pronaunce de l.
Coud you answer me other free resource about silent letters?
I really easy to understand it.
Emma this lesson is very help full.
tks, very good
Thank you emma please more lesson
Thanks Emma for this lesson, helped me a lot.
Thanks, very interesting.
Thank you Emma for so amazing lesson!!!
Yess! 10/10 Thanks Emma!
Hi Emma. Thank you for next amazing lesson. There is only one thing.
You said we never pronounce ‘b’ after ‘m’ so how it is with combine, combination or let’s say combat? I think you should add that this rule refer to ‘mb’ at the end of a word.
Take care, Chris
thanks soo much emma
10/10 thank you soo much
Some of them i used to pronunce incorrectly, love the video, it really helped me!
I think I need to work hard for it
Thank you Emma
I am a big fan of your teacher, I like the style and way of explanation
Simple and clear lesson! Thanks Emma and EngVid, keep it up
Thanks Emma for helping me in my pronunciations. Great job.
God bless you.
We have this problem when we are new learners. Thanks Emma.
10/10..thank you Emma great efforts, but I want to ask about the letter (d) with (G) as I’m confused, I noticed that we almost pronounce it.
thank ms.emma for your lesson.
Thank you Emma
10/10!! Thank you very much for the excellent explanation!!
thank you emma,
sorry, but why L in The word “solemn” not silent although it after o
Thanks Emma. It was very clear your explanation
I hAVE 10/10.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH
Thank you Emma,…, this lesson has been amazing!,…., and make it easy to learn
Thanks Emma. I am wondering that you can spend your spare time sharing the pronunciation of “Z” such as result, adult..
Fantastic sht in English!
thanks emma but I got 8/10
Thanks a lot,Emma.
hello ema would you like teach us about other, another,the other, otherwise,other than, each other and one other. thanks
Thank you Emma for this helpful lesson. I was just wondering about the pronounciation of some of these words. Now, it’s clear in my mind thanks to you.
10/10 :) that’s great! Thanks EMMA
i need more interactice quize for pronounciation
thanks you with your lesson.I understand all of them
Thanks Emma ?.
Thank you Emma
10/10, thak you so much Emma!
Thanks Emma for your great teach!!!
thank you Emma now I understand.!
Yes I’m a winner!! 10/10
Iam greatful to you Emma:)
Thank you Emma!
I got it
nice class. thanks very much
good teacher thanks
What a wonderful lesson!
an amazing lesson , Thanks emma
Thank you Emma, your class is very excellent and interesting!
Thanks Emma for a lovely lesson…..could u please take a lesson on “lessness” in near future
Thank you Emma I lke your lessons
Thank you Emma, this was a very useful lesson.
Emma is the best teacher:)
I did know firstly the l in the salmon silent.
Thanks Emma , it’s very useful, i get a perfect score !
Great class! Thanks a lot Emma.
Thanks Emma. I have got 10/10. Your lesson is so good. I am waiting for your new lessons.
Thanks Emma but i have some comment about the b
you saied not pronounced after t ,, i correct you and i think befor t
Thank you very much for this class Emma.
I have a request to make.
Might someone explain the difference between the light and the dark “l”, please?
I got 10/10. Thamks, Emma, for your lessons.
10/10 :) Great lesson!
Cool ! Thanks a lot .
10/10, nice lessons
Thanks teacher for the lesson. I have a question. How do I pronounce the plural of climb, for example? Does it continue without the “b” sound?
6th question didnt answer :)
thanks for your video
but mam I ‘m little confuse in word salesman
how to pronounce salesman ?
Thank you very much Emma.You are a great teacher!No doubt,you’ve opened my eyes.Be blessed.
Great. Thank Emma.
I’m exited to see that I got 10/10. Emma, you’ve been a wonderful teacher.
‘excited’ not exited, my mistake
10/10 great one thank you
This class was great! thank you Emma! Regards from Chile!
I learned more one very interesting lesson. Thanks.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH
10/10 thank you emma
10/10 thank u emma
Very good lesson
Thank you Emma and I have a question please,how do we pronounce “shall”?
Thank you Emma!.
For your excellent lesson, YOU UNDERSTAND BEGINNERS NEEDS
Thanks a lot engvid.com who is working under this channel. What I saw in this channel all useful ((
I need to talk to you . Thanks
I got 100%
Thanks a million Emma, I got 100%. Emma´s teaching are useful.
Thanks as lot Emma ! All my entire life I was pronouncing: sandwich with the “d” sound and after you have teached me, never more.
Thanks Emma, you is the best!!!
thanks a lot for this lisson
I like this lesson so much is there anyone who wants to speak English with me please come on i need to speak English so much
Thank you Emma! I got 100%!
Do you have the full set of silent letters from A-Z in your playlist.???
Thinks Emma the lesson was very very useful :-)
Emma, I have a question. Subtitles is said with b or not?
hello Emma, the lesson was good, i got 100/100
Tks Emma. What a nice lesson :))
Thanks Ema, You’re great at explaining.
This is just what I needed to improve my pronunciation please make more videos with other silent words or syllables.
You got 10 correct out of 10.
very very thanks
Thanks emma,very good
Hello Emma, you are a great teacher, it was once again very good
Hi! I’m beginner speaker ! I got 100%! thank you Emma!
Thanks for your precious teaching.
THANKS, A LOT
Thanks Emma, that’s great!
How about “chocolate”?
I think that is a exception.
Ten out of 10. ?
thnx a lot emma for this lesson
I have got 10 out of ten.thank you teacher Emma
I have got all of them right .thank you very much
Thanks Emma! You are the best!!!
I got 9 out of 10
Thanks Emma. So clear your class.
thanks, Emma …
Good lesson !
Thanks for the lesson Emma !!!
Thanksfor lesson…Emma.. .I got 10/10
I love the EngVid, You’re the best teatchers. Thanks Emma :)
I get this result beacause we have an excellent teacher, thank you very much.
I have never seen teacher like you emma thank you for your lessons and your explain .
thanks,very nice lesson!i loved it!
Inspiring lesson. Thanks, Emma!
thanks Emma you are a great teacher
Thank you very much
you are excellent, Ms Emma
Thanks Emma for the new lessons.
You have a amazing teaching method
I had got full marks
Thanks Emma you have an amazing teaching method
Thanks for the wonderful lesson, Emma :)
Waaaawo 10/10thanks madam Emma for the wonderful lessons
9/10! I forgot Emma’s Tips for study. After learning, I need review these note which I’ve written
10/10 thanks <3
You’re the Best Emma
I’ve got 10/10 !
Thanks Emma for good lessons.
Emma, thank you for teaching me a valuable lesson.
thaks a lot emma
Thank you, Emma, for such a nice explanation; it was so clear that even a little child could understand it. God bless you!
I almost didn’t know noting about silent letters!
Now, I’m going to pronouce better certain words.
You are a excellent teacher!!!
thanks my dear teacher
thank you Emma
i get 10/10
flabbergasting lesson sweet Emma greetings from Surco
THANK YOU SO MUCH MAM,GOD BLESS YOU.
Thank you so much Emma. I got 10 correct out of 10.
i need to tell you something we do not spill B befor T not after t i think you miss that
Thanks, Emma! I got 10/10.
I got 10 out of 10