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American English Videos/Pronunciation Practice/2. Long and Short Vowels

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American English Videos/Pronunciation Practice/2. Long and Short Vowels
Autor American English at State
Área Comunicación y Lenguaje L 3, Inglés
Tipo de licencia Estándar de YouTube
Formato Vídeo
Responsable de curación Editor
Última actualización 2016/05/02
Localización https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySnnuIiiHII


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0:05 Hello and welcome to pronunciation practice.
0:09 My name is Sammy, and I like to learn American English.
0:15 Today, we'll be practicing long and short vowels.
0:21 In American English, there are five vowels
0:24 but each vowel usually has more than one pronunciation.
0:30 Sometimes you have long vowels, and sometimes you have short vowels.
0:36 To get started, pay attention to the following story
0:40 and see if you notice any difference in the sounds of the underlined vowels.
0:48 My friend Pete went to the pet store.
0:53 He wanted to get a cute puppy.
0:58 He did not know that the store only had cats.
1:03 Pete was a little bit scared that a cat might bite him.
1:10 But the cat licked his face, and it changed his mind.
1:15 Then, Pete thought, "Cats are great!"
1:20 Some of the vowels in the story were long vowels
1:25 and some were short vowels.
1:28 Long vowels sound like their name.
1:32 a e i o u
1:37 Sometimes they sound more tensed or exaggerated.
1:43 Repeat after me. A. The word cake has a long "a" in it.
1:51 E. Tree.
1:54 I. Light.
1:57 O. Globe.
2:00 U. Music.
2:03 Next, let's talk about short vowels.
2:07 Short vowels don't sound like their name.
2:11 Instead, they have a softer more relaxed sound.
2:16 like a e i o u.
2:24 Let's practice! A. The word cat has a short "a" in it.
2:31 E. Bell.
2:34 I. Fish.
2:37 O. Dog.
2:40 U. bus.
2:43 Try to practice the long and short vowels in the story.
2:49 For each sentence click pause and think about which underlined word
2:55 has a long vowel and which one has a short vowel.
3:00 Then, try to repeat them yourself.
3:04 My friend Pete went to the pet store.
3:09 He wanted to get a cute puppy.
3:15 He did not know that the store only had cats.
3:22 Pete was a little bit scared that a cat might bite him.
3:30 But the cat licked his face, and it changed his mind.
3:38 Then Pete thought, "Cats are great!"
3:44 So how did you do?
3:46 The blue vowels are long, and the pink vowels are short.
3:52 Next time, we'll practice elision & deletion in spoken English.
3:58 This is American English. Thanks for watching!

For more information, visit: http://www.americanenglish.state.gov/.