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American English Vowel Pronunciation for IT Professionals

Learn how to correct all the common vowel errors native English speakers make.

American English Vowel Pronunciation for IT Professionals

Learn how to correct all the common vowel errors native English speakers make.
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Learn what to expect from the course and how to proceed with learning effectively.
Learn how to proceed effectively with this course.
Learn how to change vowels depending on whether they occur before voiced or voiceless consonants. Learn what voiced and voiceless consonants are.
Learn how to change vowels depending on whether they occur before voiced or voiceless consonants. Learn what voiced and voiceless consonants are.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me. Imitate everything you hear. Play this audio several times, on different days.
Learn how to produce the vowels that angle the front of the tongue toward the top of the mouth and the back of the tongue lower. (Long E, Short I, Long A, Short E, Short A)
Get an overview of the 5 front vowels.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Learn how to produce and distinguish between these sounds. Feet vs. Fit
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me. Imitate everything you hear. Play this audio several times, on different days.
Learn to produce and distinguish between these vowels. Meet vs. Mate vs. Met vs. Mat
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Learn how to produce Short A and distinguish it from Short O. Cat vs. Cot
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Learn how to produce the vowels that have a flat tongue (ER, Short U, Short O)
Get an overview of the 3 central vowels.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Learn how and when to produce ER.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Learn to distinguish Short O from Short U. Also, learn two types of AR.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Learn how to produce the vowels that have the tip of tongue low and the back of the tongue high (Long U, Short Back U, Long O, Short Back O)
Get an overview of the 4 back vowels.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Learn to distinguish Long U from Short Back U.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Learn to distinguish between Long O and Short Back O.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Learn how to produce the vowels that start in one position and end in a different position: I, OI, OU.
Learn how to produce I, OI and Long OU with their different variations.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me

Take this class in conjunction with the course on consonants. You can do them in either order. This class is suitable for intermediate and advanced learners from all language backgrounds. The student should have some familiarity with IT terminology as IT vocabulary words will be used in example sentences. Take this class to make your vowels more comprehensible and native-like. Practice audio and written lessons are included with the video lessons so you can learn the theory and practice to build muscle memory.

Requirements

The student should have some familiarity with IT terminology as IT vocabulary words will be used in example sentences.

Learn what to expect from the course and how to proceed with learning effectively.
Learn how to proceed effectively with this course.
Learn how to change vowels depending on whether they occur before voiced or voiceless consonants. Learn what voiced and voiceless consonants are.
Learn how to change vowels depending on whether they occur before voiced or voiceless consonants. Learn what voiced and voiceless consonants are.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me. Imitate everything you hear. Play this audio several times, on different days.
Learn how to produce the vowels that angle the front of the tongue toward the top of the mouth and the back of the tongue lower. (Long E, Short I, Long A, Short E, Short A)
Get an overview of the 5 front vowels.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Learn how to produce and distinguish between these sounds. Feet vs. Fit
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me. Imitate everything you hear. Play this audio several times, on different days.
Learn to produce and distinguish between these vowels. Meet vs. Mate vs. Met vs. Mat
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Learn how to produce Short A and distinguish it from Short O. Cat vs. Cot
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Learn how to produce the vowels that have a flat tongue (ER, Short U, Short O)
Get an overview of the 3 central vowels.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Learn how and when to produce ER.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Learn to distinguish Short O from Short U. Also, learn two types of AR.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Learn how to produce the vowels that have the tip of tongue low and the back of the tongue high (Long U, Short Back U, Long O, Short Back O)
Get an overview of the 4 back vowels.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Learn to distinguish Long U from Short Back U.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Learn to distinguish between Long O and Short Back O.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me.
Learn how to produce the vowels that start in one position and end in a different position: I, OI, OU.
Learn how to produce I, OI and Long OU with their different variations.
Print this out to follow along and takes notes during the video lesson.
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me
Develop muscle memory by listening to this audio and repeating after me

About the instructors

Sheila Lebedenko

Accent Reduction Coach
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Sheila teaches all aspects of English in Silicon Valley or online.  She holds a master's degree in teaching English as a second language from the University of Illinois.

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