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  • Hello, students. This is [email protected]nny.

  • Welcome to this English pronunciation video. In this video, I'm going to focus on two English

  • vowel sounds: /æ/ and /ʌ/

  • They sound similar, but they are different so you need to pronounce them differently.

  • Let's start with two example words. My first example word is 'ran'.

  • Can you hear the sound? 'ran'

  • M second word is, 'run'. /ʌ/

  • run run

  • run Can you hear the difference?

  • Well if you can't I promise by the end of this video,

  • you will improve your hearing and pronunciation of these two vowel sounds.

  • So keep watching. Get ready guys.

  • I am going to help you make these sounds. are and in English

  • I want you to hear the difference very clearly and to be able to pronounce them correctly.

  • Also you should know the IPA spelling, watch how I move my mouth,

  • and please try to always repeat after me. I know you can do it so let's get started.

  • First, let's try to make the sound /æ/. So your tongue is very low in your mouth.

  • /æ/ Can you repeat after me:

  • /æ/ /æ/

  • /æ/ Let's now use the word, 'ran'.

  • Repeat after me. ran

  • ran ran

  • And now let's produce the sound /ʌ/. /ʌ/

  • Your tongue is in the middle part of your mouth.

  • Please repeat after me. /ʌ/

  • Let's now practice with the word 'run'. Repeat after me.

  • run run

  • run Good guys.

  • Let's now use minimal pairs. Words that are very similar, but the vowel

  • sounds change. A very good way to practice the vowel sounds.

  • First, just the sounds. Repeat after me.

  • And watch how my mouth moves. /æ/

  • /ʌ/ /æ/

  • Let's now use the words 'ran' and 'run'. Please repeat after me.

  • ran ran

  • ran run

  • run run

  • ran run

  • ran run

  • ran run

  • Great guys. Ok, guys.

  • Let's see other minimal pairs together. Repeat after me and pay attention to my mouth

  • how it moves. Let's get started.

  • ankle uncle back buck

  • bad bud badge budge

  • bag bug ban bun

  • bank bunk bat but

  • began begun brash brush

  • cab cub cam come

  • cap cup cat cut

  • champ chump cram crumb

  • crash crush dabble double

  • dab dub dad dud

  • dam dumb

  • damp dump dank dunk

  • drank drunk fan fun

  • fanned fund [email protected]nny funny

  • flank flunk flash flush

  • flax flux gash gush

  • glam glum grab grub

  • hag hug ham hum

  • hang hung hash hush

  • hat hut hatch hutch

  • jag jug lag lug

  • mad mud massed must

  • mat mutt match much

  • pack puck paddle puddle

  • pan pun pat putt

  • rabble rubble rag rug

  • ram rum rang rung

  • rash rush sack suck

  • Sally sully sang sung

  • sank sunk sapper supper

  • sax sucks scam scum

  • shacks shucks slag slug

  • slam slum slang slung

  • slash slush stab stub

  • stack stuck stand stunned

  • stank stunk swam swum

  • tab tub tack tuck

  • tag tug tang tongue

  • thrash thrush track truck

  • tramps trumps Excellent job guys.

  • Let's carry on. Okay, guys.

  • Let's practice further. I'm going to show you some words.

  • I want you to read them, but with the proper vowel sound.

  • Let's get started. Let's start with word number one.

  • Which one is it? 'hang' or 'hung'?

  • 'hung' Very good.

  • Next word. dad or dud?

  • dud Next word.

  • Which one is it? rag or rug?

  • rag Next word.

  • [email protected]nny or funny? funny

  • Next word. Which one is it?

  • stab or stub? It's 'stab'.

  • Next word. hang or hung?

  • It's 'hang'. Next word.

  • dad or dud? It's 'dad'.

  • Next word. rag or rug?

  • rug Next word.

  • stab or stub? It's 'stub'.

  • And finally, [email protected]nny or funny?

  • It's '[email protected]nny'. Very good guys.

  • Awesome guys. Let's move on.

  • Okay, guys. Let's move on to sentences now.

  • I have sentences for you and they all contain /æ/ and /ʌ/ sound

  • so pay attention and repeat after me. The first sentence is:

  • 'My funny uncle must come'. The second sentence:

  • 'The bad crab stunk'. And finally:

  • '[email protected]nny must teach funny slang'. Excellent, guys.

  • Let's move on. Great job, guys.

  • I know it's hard but you now have a better understanding of the

  • difference between the English vowel sounds /æ/ and /ʌ/.

  • Keep practicing. It takes time and practice of listening and

  • speaking to master the English vowel sounds. But you can do it.

  • And also make sure to watch my other pronunciation videos.

  • They're very important if you want to improve your English skills.

  • See you next time. Thank you so much guys for watching my video.

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Hello, students. This is [email protected]nny.

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