How to Pronounce Difficult Words in American English - Advanced English [Student Request Part 13]
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This list is a great example of how: 1) the spelling of a word doesn't always match up with the pronunciation in American English (like in "barbaric"), and 2) the T /t/ sound often changes when it comes next to an N /n/ in an unstressed syllable (like in "momentum").
No frills, no boring instructions, just the pronunciation - at regular pace, slow pace, and up close and in slow motion. Speak like a native with this video!