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

  • Welcome to this English pronunciation video.

  • And in today's video, I'm gonna focus on two different vowel sounds in English:

  • /ɒ/ and /əʊ/

  • Let's take two example words.

  • The first example word is 'hop'.

  • Can you hear the /ɒ/ sound? 'hop'

  • The second word is 'hope'.

  • The sound is /əʊ/.

  • Can you hear it? 'hope'

  • So 'hop' and 'hope'.

  • I know they sound very similar, but if you practice with me

  • I promise by the end of this video you will hear and pronounce them correctly.

  • So keep watching.

  • Get ready guys.

  • I'm gonna help you make these sounds /ɒ/ and /əʊ/ in English.

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

  • Don't forget it's important to know the IPA spelling,

  • watch how I move my mouth,

  • and try to repeat after me.

  • I know you can do this so let's get started.

  • Let's first learn how to make the sound /ɒ/

  • So when you produce this sound,

  • your mouth is round,

  • your tongue is very low in your mouth,

  • and it's a very short sound /ɒ/

  • Repeat after me.

  • /ɒ/

  • /ɒ/

  • /ɒ/

  • Let's practice saying the word 'hop'.

  • Repeat after me.

  • 'hop'

  • 'hop'

  • 'hop'

  • Now with the sound /əʊ/.

  • The sound /əʊ/ is a diphthong, so it's actually two vowel sounds - /əʊ/

  • And as you can see, when I say it, my mouth is round.

  • It moves and it gets smaller.

  • /əʊ/

  • Repeat after me.

  • /əʊ/

  • /əʊ/

  • /əʊ/

  • Let's practice with the word 'hope'.

  • Repeat after me.

  • 'hope'

  • 'hope'

  • 'hope'

  • Good guys.

  • Let's now use minimal pairswords that are extremely similar,

  • but different vowel sounds.

  • They're a very good way to practice.

  • First, let's practice only the sounds.

  • Repeat after me and watch how my mouth moves.

  • /ɒ/

  • /ɒ/

  • /ɒ/

  • /əʊ/

  • /əʊ/

  • /əʊ/

  • /ɒ/

  • /əʊ/

  • /ɒ/

  • /əʊ/

  • /ɒ/

  • /əʊ/

  • Let's practice with two words 'hop' and 'hope'.

  • Again, repeat after me.

  • 'hop'

  • 'hop'

  • 'hop'

  • 'hope'

  • 'hope'

  • 'hope'

  • 'hop'

  • 'hope'

  • 'hop'

  • 'hope'

  • 'hop'

  • 'hope'

  • Great Job.

  • Okay guys.

  • Let's now read minimal pairs together.

  • I want you to repeat after me.

  • And don't forget to watch my mouth - how it moves.

  • Let's get started.

  • block

  • bloke

  • blot

  • bloat

  • bod

  • bowed

  • bond

  • boned

  • bossed

  • boast

  • clock

  • cloak

  • cod

  • code

  • cop

  • cope

  • con

  • cone

  • cost

  • coast

  • doss

  • dose

  • dot

  • dote

  • god

  • goad

  • jock

  • joke

  • lob

  • lobe

  • mod

  • mode

  • mop

  • mope

  • mot

  • moat

  • nod

  • node

  • non

  • known

  • not

  • note

  • odd

  • owed

  • pop

  • Pope

  • rob

  • robe

  • rod

  • road

  • rot

  • rote

  • shod

  • showed

  • slop

  • slope

  • smock

  • smoke

  • sock

  • soak

  • sod

  • sewed

  • sop

  • soap

  • stock

  • stoke

  • Todd

  • toad

  • tossed

  • toast

  • tot

  • tote

  • want

  • won't

  • walk

  • woke

  • Amazing guys.

  • Let's move on.

  • Okay guys let's a practice further.

  • I'm gonna show you some words. I want you to read them,

  • but be careful use the proper English vowel sound.

  • Is it /ɒ/ or is it /əʊ/?

  • Let's get to it.

  • Let's start with the first word.

  • Is it 'jock' or 'joke'?

  • 'joke'

  • Next word,

  • 'clock' or 'cloak'?

  • 'clock'

  • Next word.

  • 'cost' or 'coast'?

  • 'coast'

  • Next word.

  • 'rob' or 'robe'?

  • 'rob'

  • Next word.

  • 'want' 'won't'?

  • 'want' Good.

  • Then we have

  • 'rob' or 'robe'?

  • 'robe' in this case.

  • 'cost' or 'coast'?

  • It's 'cost'.

  • Next word.

  • 'clock' or 'cloak'?

  • 'cloak'

  • Next word.

  • 'jock' or 'joke'?

  • It's 'jock'.

  • And finally,

  • 'want' or 'won't'?

  • 'won't'

  • Very good. Great job guys.

  • Let's move on.

  • Okay guys. Let's now practice with sentences containing

  • /ɒ/ and /əʊ/ English vowel sounds.

  • Pay attention and repeat after me.

  • First sentence.

  • 'Rob wrote an odd note'.

  • Second sentence.

  • 'We won't joke about Todd's bod'.

  • And finally,

  • 'We don't want a cop on that road'.

  • Amazing students. Let's move on.

  • That was amazing guys.

  • I know you now have a better understanding

  • of the English vowel sounds /ɒ/ and /əʊ/.

  • Now keep practicing.

  • It takes a lot of speaking, a lot of listening, a lot of time to really master these vowel sounds.

  • But you can do it.

  • And make sure to watch my other pronunciation videos they are very helpful

  • if you want to improve your English skills.

  • So see you next time.

  • Thank you so much for watching guys. If you've liked the video, please show it.

  • Click like, subscribe to the channel, put your comments below, and share the video.

  • See you.

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

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