Do you also struggle with the R sound?
If the answer is yes, don’t miss out on today’s video lesson.
You see, in American English, there’s an ‘easy’ R, and a ‘tricky’ R.
The R that slips away and disappears when we don’t pay enough attention.
So first – It’s not you. It’s the R.
When the R appears at the end of the word or before a consonant, It’s
a little more challenging to pronounce.
This is why I made today’s video.
To show you that when you break it down, IT IS possible! 🙂
In this lesson you’ll learn:
- How to pronounce clearly and with elegance the /ar/ vowel sound (as in the words ‘car’, ‘part’, hard’ and ‘starting’.)
- How to distinguish between word pairs such as party vs. potty, harder vs. hotter, farther vs. father.
- A simple technique that will help you understand and practice tricky words R, and make it super easy for you to pronounce the words clearly.