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In this spoken English pronunciation lesson, Paul Gruber, will show you 20 of the most mispronounced words in American English, and how to say them correctly. These words include common mistakes made by English learners. It is important that English learners and ESL students know the correct English pronunciations so that they can be clearly understood in conversational English. With Paul’s Pronunciation Workshop Training Course, you can also learn to speak with a perfect American Accent.

Pronunciations include:
Iron
Usual
Three
Choir
Studying
Squirrel
Ballet
Industry
January
First
Regime
Months
Colonel
66
Cotton
Fortunately
Education
World
Infamous
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Hey Pronunciation Nation! How are you doing? You’re gonna love this video. You know I have personally worked with thousands of clients all over the world. I’ve done big events but I’ve also done a lot of face-to-face Skype training. Well there are many common words that most of my clients get wrong. The list is long, but what I did is I chose 20 of these commonly mispronounced words, And it’s my hope that this video benefits you greatly. You will also see the style of my training. I’m going to give you the words and then show you how to correctly pronounce them using North American pronunciation. Now, you’ll notice that I do not use any phonetics. I do this on purpose. Phonetics can be confusing to people and it’s been proven that people who take Pronunciation Workshop training, do so much better than those who learn with phonetics. Okay. Before we begin, this video is being sponsored by Pronunciation Workshop. Pronunciation Workshop offers live, personalized one-on-one Skype training along with its online video training course. It has helped millions of people all over the world, learn to speak perfect English, Just like a native English speaker. If you would like to take this fantastic training and significantly improve the way you speak, I recommend that you click the link below and sign up for our full training course. Okay let’s go to my studio and I’ll meet you on the other side. Okay. Let’s get to these 20 words. Now some of these words come from other languages. And that may make things a bit confusing for those of you who speak multiple languages. You know, speaking two languages is very impressive, But I’m always amazed by people who are able to speak even more than two languages. I don’t know how you do it. Do me a favor cause I’d love to know, if you speak more than two languages, please comment down below and tell me how many languages you speak and which ones. I’d be curious to see how many multilinguals we have watching us. So what’s tricky is that some of these same words in English, belong to other languages as well. And I don’t want these conflicting pronunciations to confuse you. Keep in mind that I am giving you the North American pronunciation version. How would you say this word? Now this word, a lot of people get wrong. It’s a two syllable word and the first syllable gets the stress. This is one of the only times in English we do not push the ‘r’. It’s a very unusual pronunciation. We say it like this, ‘eye’ ‘yern’. Two syllables. Iron. There’s a hidden ‘y’ and the ‘r’ comes after the vowel. Iron. I need to iron my shirt. Iron. How would you say this word? Now many of my students say, ‘you-you-al’. and that’s not right so let me show you. There are three syllables. The first syllable is easy. ‘You’ with a strong ‘y’. Second syllable, I call this the voiced SH sound. First start with an SH. Shh. Now imagine you’ve an electric toothbrush in your hand. You’re making the motor sound. ZSHu. So it’s Shh add voicing, ZSHu. And then the last syllable has a hidden ‘w’ between the ‘u’ and the ‘a’ and we pronounce this as’ wool’ with a strong ‘w’. ‘Wool’. So the whole word is, ‘You’ ‘ZSHu’ ‘wool’. Usual. This is my usual routine. How would you say this number? Now many of my clients pronounce this number as ‘tree’. So you start out with a TH ‘TH’ take your hand blow on your hand like you’re blowing out your birthday candles. Stick your tongue out, ‘TH’ now add in ‘r’. ‘THrrr’ ‘THrrr’. Now, I want you to come down hard on this capital ‘R’. ‘REE’ ‘REE’. Now you put it all together. ‘THrrr’ ‘RRee’. ‘THrrr-RRee’. Three strikes and you’re out. That’s a baseball expression. Three.

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