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I’m so happy to be back!
The new season has a lot in store for you: pronunciation tips, confusing word pairs and new lessons on intonation and rhythm of American English.
Everything you need to make your English shine!

So let’s get started.
Say out loud: “All except me excepted to accept it”.
How does it feel? Any hesitations?

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had my students get stuck when saying one of those words. Not because they’re difficult to say, but because they weren’t quite sure if they’re saying the right one.

If you want to pronounce these words clearly (and prepare for a small surprise)
watch the video: How to distinguish between EXCEPT, ACCEPT AND EXPECT.

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3 Comments on “Saying EXCEPT, ACCEPT and EXPECT”

  1. Dear Hadar,

    I believe that in your example above ““All except me ==excepted== to accept it” there is a typo.
    The correct text might be ““All except me ==expected== to accept it”.

  2. Dear ODDOR! Your lessons are the best that I’ve ever seen. I’m stupid, too old and disorganized but I very need English. I’ve studied English almost fore years. Now I just want to say great thank you for your love , care to your student. Your lessons are the best example for everyone from beginning to end.

    P.S. I’m sorry that your name has the mistakes in this letter.

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