Do you want to improve your speaking? Follow this 15 minute mouth & tongue exercises to strengthen articulator muscles and build new brain connection to coordinate them for an American Accent. Have fun. Leave comments and let me know what you think. Cheers
HAPPY HALLOWEEN. Here's a quick lesson on the two double "oo" sounds in American English. We have a long/tense "oo" as in food, boo, too/two. We also have the short/relaxed "oo" sound like in book, cook, wood. Can you hear the difference?
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