How to say EAR, YEAR and HERE

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Awkward mistakes… Yes, I know. It happens.
Like – going to the beach (and not B**TCH)
or when you say a few years, and it sounds like… a few ears.

Usually, not a big deal. Most words with similar pronunciation are very different in meaning. So when in context, it’s still very clear.

But for your confidence and fluency (you know how it can throw you off when you notice a mistake in the middle of a conversation) it’s good to practice the difference in similar words.

Watch this week’s video: How to say ear, year and here.

I hope this was helpful.
By the way –
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See you all soon,

Hadar

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