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In American English there are a few diphthongs which are ‘changing vowels'. Some speakers don't pronounce the transition (because they never have to do it in their language) and then, you guessed it, different words would sound the same. Like sell-sale, get-gate, men-main…

Watch today's video and learn how to make the /ei/ sound
and to distinguish between SELL and SALE:

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