Learn How to Pronounce Words in English

Listen to Audio Pronunciations of Common English Vocabularies
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Published 3/2016 English

Course Description

This course covers a few thousands of commonly used English words in various categories. Students will be able to try pronouncing words by themselves, as they appear on the screen, before listening to Emma's pronunciation.

While you learn how to pronounce the words correctly, you may will also get familiar with words that you didn't know before.

The course is especially designed to be consumable in situation when the student needs to kill some time. It requires minimal concentration and can easily be used on the train, bus, any waiting room you may find yourself in etc. 

Simply push play and stare at the screen. You will absorb most of the information without having to be super active about it.

What are the requirements?

  • Basic English reading

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Pronounce words in English correctly

What is the target audience?

  • ESL and EFL students of all levels. Especially ones with accent issues and/or pronunciation difficulties.

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Curriculum

Section 1: Course Introduction
02:58

In this video you can see a sample of each lesson exactly the way it is taught

Section 2: 186 Words Related to the Human Body
12:32

Learn how to pronounce 186 words related to the human body.

Here are the words that are included in this lecture:

Abdomen

Adenoids

Ankle

Anus

Appendix

Arch

Arm

Artery

Back

Belly Button

Belly

Big Toe

Bladder

Blood

Bone

Brain

Breast

Calf

Capillary

Carpal

Cartilage

Cell

Cheek

Chest

Chin

Coccyx

Collar Bone

Diaphragm

Ear

Elbow

Esophagus

Eye

Eyebrow

Eyelashes

Eyelid

Face

Feet

Femur

Forehead

Gallbladder

Glands

Groin

Gums

Hair

Hand

Head

Heart

Heel

Hip

Humerus

Instep

Intestines

Iris

Jaw

Kidney

Knee

Larynx

Ligament

Liver

Lobe

Mandible

Metacarpal

Metatarsal

Molar

Muscle

Nail

Neck

Nostril

Organs

Ovary

Palm

Pancreas

Patella

Pelvis

Phalanges

Pharynx

Pinky

Pituitary

Pore

Pupil

Radius

Rectum

Ribs

Sacrum

Scalp

Scapula

Senses

Shin

Shoulder Blade

Shoulder

Skeleton

Skin

Skull

Sole

Spinal Column

Spinal Cord

Spine

Spleen

Sternum

Stomach

Tarsal

Teeth

Tendon

Testes

Thigh

Throat

Thumb

Thyroid

Tibia

Tissue

Toe

Toenail

Tongue

Tonsils

Torso

Trachea

Ureter

Urethra

Uterus

Uvula

Vein

Vertebra

Waist

Wrist

Section 3: 1600 Commonly Used Adjectives
19:39

Learn how to pronounce 1600 English Adjectives.

Here are the words that are included in this lecture:

Abandoned
Able
Absolute
Academic
Acclaimed
Aching
Acrobatic
Active
Actual
Admirable
Admired
Adolescent
Adorable
Adored
Advanced
Adventurous
Afraid
Aggravating
Agonizing
Agreeable
Ajar
Alarming
Alert
Alienated
Alive
All
Altruistic
Amazing
Ambitious
Ample
Amused
Amusing
Anchored
Ancient
Angelic
Angry
Anguished
Animated
Annual
Another
Antique
Anxious
Any
Apprehensive
Appropriate
Apt
Arctic
Arid
Aromatic
Artistic
Ashamed
Assured
Astonishing
Athletic
Attached
Attentive
Attractive
Austere
Authorized
Automatic
Avaricious
Average
Aware
Awesome
Awful
Babyish
Back
Bad
Baggy
Bare
Barren
Basic
Beautiful
Belated
Beneficial
Better
Bewitched
Big
Biodegradable
Bitter
Bland
Blank
Blaring
Bleak
Blind
Blissful
Blond
Blue
Blushing
Boiling
Bold
Bony
Boring
Bossy
Bouncy
Bountiful
Bowed
Brave
Breakable
Brief
Bright
Brilliant
Brisk
Broken
Brown
Bruised
Bubbly
Bulky
Buoyant
Burly
Busy
Buttery
Buzzing
Calculating
Calm
Candid
Canine
Capital
Carefree
Careful
Careless
Caring
Cautious
Cavernous
Charming
Cheap
Cheerful
Cheery
Chief
Chilly
Chubby
Circular
Classic
Clear
Clever
Close
Closed
Cloudy
Clueless
Clumsy
Cluttered
Coarse
Cold
Colorful
Colorless
Colossal
Common
Compassionate
Competent
Complete
Complex
Complicated
Composed
Concerned
Concrete
Confused
Conscious
Constant
Content
Cooked
Cool
Coordinated
Corny
Courageous
Courteous
Crafty
Crazy
Creamy
Creative
Creepy
Criminal
Crisp
Critical
Crooked
Crowded
Cruel
Crushing
Cuddly
Cultivated
Cultured
Cumbersome
Curly
Curvy
Cute
Cylindrical
Damaged
Damp
Dangerous
Dapper
Dark
Darling
Dead
Deafening
Dear
Dearest
Decent
Decimal
Decisive



19:09

Learn how to pronounce 1600 English Adjectives.

Here are the words that are included in this lecture:

Deep
Defenseless
Defensive
Defiant
Deficient
Definite
Definitive
Delayed
Delectable
Delicious
Delightful
Delirious
Demanding
Dense
Dental
Dependable
Dependent
Deserted
Detailed
Determined
Devoted
Different
Difficult
Digital
Diligent
Dim
Dimpled
Dimwitted
Direct
Dirty
Disastrous
Discrete
Disfigured
Disguised
Disgusting
Dishonest
Disloyal
Dismal
Distant
Distinct
Distorted
Dizzy
Dopey
Doting
Downright
Drab
Dreary
Droopy
Dry
Dual
Dull
Dutiful
Each
Eager
Early
Earnest
Easy
Ecstatic
Edible
Educated
Elaborate
Elastic
Elated
Elderly
Elegant
Elementary
Elliptical
Embarrassed
Embellished
Eminent
Emotional
Empty
Energetic
Enormous
Enraged
Entire
Envious
Equal
Equatorial
Essential
Esteemed
Ethical
Euphoric
Even
Evergreen
Everlasting
Every
Evil
Exalted
Excellent
Excitable
Excited
Exciting
Exemplary
Exhausted
Exotic
Expensive
Experienced
Expert
Extraneous
Failing
Faint
Fair
Faithful
Fake
Familiar
Famous
Fancy
Fantastic
Far
Faraway
Fast
Fat
Fatal
Fatherly
Favorable
Favorite
Fearful
Fearless
Feline
Female
Feminine
Few
Filthy
Finished
Firm
Flaky
Flamboyant
Flashy
Flat
Flawed
Flickering
Flippant
Fluffy
Fluid
Focused
Fond
Formal
Fortunate
Fragrant
Frail
Frank
Free
French
Frequent
Fresh
Friendly
Frigid
Frilly
Frivolous
Frizzy
Gargantuan
Gaseous
General
Generous
Gentle
Genuine
Giant
Giddy
Gifted
Gigantic
Giving
Glamorous
Glaring
Glass
Gleaming
Gleeful
Glistening
Glittering
Gloomy
Glorious
Glossy
Glum
Golden
Good-Natured
Good
Gorgeous
Graceful
Gracious
Grand
Grandiose
Granular
Grateful
Grave
Gray
Great
Greedy
Green
Gregarious
Grim


19:09

Learn how to pronounce 1600 English Adjectives.
Here are the words that are included in this lecture:

Grimy
Gripping
Grizzled
Gross
Grotesque
Grouchy
Grounded
Growing
Growling
Grown
Grubby
Gruesome
Guilty
Gullible
Gummy
Hairy
Half
Handmade
Handsome
Handy
Happy
Harmful
Harmless
Harmonious
Harsh
Hasty
Hateful
Haunting
Healthy
Heartfelt
Hearty
Heavenly
Heavy
Hefty
Helpful
Helpless
Hidden
Hideous
High
Hilarious
Hoarse
Hollow
Homely
Hopeful
Horrible
Hospitable
Hot
Humble
Humiliating
Humming
Humongous
Icky
Icy
Ideal
Idealistic
Idiotic
Idle
Idolized
Ignorant
Ill
Illegal
Illiterate
Illustrious
Imaginary
Imaginative
Immaculate
Immaterial
Immediate
Immense
Impartial
Impassioned
Impeccable
Imperturbable
Impish
Impolite
Important
Impossible
Impractical
Impressionable
Impressive
Improbable
Impure
Inborn
Incomparable
Incompatible
Incomplete
Inconsequential
Incredible
Indelible
Indolent
Infantile
Infatuated
Infinite
Informal
Innocent
Insidious
Instructive
Insubstantial
Intelligent
Interesting
Internal
International
Irresponsible
Irritating
Itchy
Jaded
Jam-Packed
Jaunty
Jittery
Joint
Jolly
Joyful
Joyous
Jubilant
Judicious
Juicy
Jumbo
Jumpy
Juvenile
Kaleidoscopic
Keen
Key
Kind
Knotty
Knowing
Knowledgeable
Known
Kosher
Lame
Lanky
Large
Last
Lasting
Late
Lavish
Lawful
Lazy
Leading
Leafy
Lean
Left
Legal
Legitimate
Light
Likable
Likely
Limited
Limp
Linear
Lined
Liquid
Little
live
Loathsome
Loose
Lopsided
Lost
Loud
Lumpy
Luxurious
Made-Up
Magnificent
Mammoth
Married
Marvelous
Masculine
Massive
Mature
Meager
Mealy
Mean
Measly
Meaty
Medical
Mediocre
Meek
Mellow
Melodic
Memorable
Menacing
merry
Messy
Metallic
Mild
Milky
Mindless
Minor
Miserable
Miserly
Misguided

19:09

Learn how to pronounce 1600 English Adjectives.

Here are the words that are included in this lecture:

Misty
Mixed
Modest
Moist
Monstrous
Monumental
Moral
Mortified
Motherly
Motionless
Mountainous
Muddy
Muffled
Multicolored
Mundane
Murky
Mushy
Musty
Muted
Mysterious
Naive
Narrow
Nasty
Natural
Naughty
Nautical
Near
Needy
Neglected
Negligible
New
Next
Nice
Nonstop
Normal
Noteworthy
Novel
Noxious
Numb
Nutritious
Obedient
Obese
Oblong
Obvious
Occasional
Odd
Oddball
Offbeat
Offensive
Official
Oily
Old-Fashioned
Old
Only
Open
Optimal
Optimistic
Orange
Orderly
Ordinary
Organic
Original
Ornate
Ornery
Other
Our
Outgoing
Outlying
Outrageous
Outstanding
Oval
Overcooked
Overdue
Overjoyed
Overlooked
Pale
Paltry
Parallel
Parched
Partial
Passionate
Past
Pastel
Peaceful
Peppery
Perfect
Perfumed
Perky
Personal
Pertinent
Pesky
Pessimistic
Petty
Phony
Physical
Piercing
Pink
Pitiful
Plain
Plump
Plush
Pointed
Pointless
Poised
Polished
Polite
Political
Popular
Posh
Positive
Possible
Potable
Powerful
Powerless
Practical
Precious
Present
Prestigious
Pretty
Previous
Pricey
Prickly
Private
Probable
Productive
Profuse
Proper
Proud
Prudent
Punctual
Pungent
Puny
Pure
Puzzled
Quarrelsome
Quarterly
Querulous
Questionable
Quick
Quiet
Radiant
Rapid
Rare
Rash
Raw
Ready
Realistic
Reasonable
Recent
Reckless
Rectangular
Red
Reflecting
Regal
Regular
Reliable
Relieved
Remarkable
Remorseful
Remote
Repentant
Repulsive
Required
Respectful
Responsible
Revolving
Rewarding
Rich
Right
Rigid
Ringed
Roasted
Robust
Rotating
Rotten
rough
Round
Rowdy
Rubbery
Rude
Runny
Rural
Rusty
Sad
Safe
Salty
Same
Sandy
Sane
Sarcastic
Sardonic
Scaly

19:09

Learn how to pronounce 1600 English Adjectives.

Here are the words that are included in this lecture:

Scarce
Scared
Scary
Scented
Scholarly
Scientific
Scornful
Scratchy
Scrawny
Second-Hand
Second
Secondary
Secret
Self-Assured
Self-Reliant
Selfish
Sentimental
Separate
Serene
Serious
Serpentine
Several
Severe
Shabby
Shadowy
Shady
Shallow
Shameful
Sharp
Shiny
Shocked
Shocking
Shoddy
Short-Term
Short
Showy
Shrill
Shy
Sick
Silent
Silky
Silly
Silver
Simple
Simplistic
Sinful
Single
Sizzling
Skeletal
Skinny
Sleepy
Slight
Slim
Slimy
Slippery
Slow
Slushy
Small
Smart
Smoggy
Smooth
Smug
Snappy
Snarling
Sneaky
Sniveling
Snoopy
Sociable
Soft
Soggy
Solid
Somber
Sophisticated
Sore
Sorrowful
Soulful
Soupy
Sour
Sparkling
Sparse
Spherical
Spicy
Spiffy
Spirited
Spiteful
Splendid
Spotless
Spry
Square
Squeaky
Stable
Staid
Stained
Stale
Standard
Starchy
Stark
Starry
Steel
Steep
Sticky
Stiff
Stimulating
Stingy
Stormy
Straight
Strange
Strict
Strident
Striking
Striped
Strong
Stunning
Stupendous
Stupid
Sturdy
Stylish
Submissive
Subtle
Suburban
Sudden
Sugary
Sunny
Super
Superb
Superficial
Superior
Supportive
Surprised
Suspicious
Svelte
Sweet
Swift
Talkative
Tall
Tame
Tan
Tangible
Tart
Tasty
Tattered
Taut
Tedious
Teeming
Tempting
Tender
Tense
Tepid
Terrible
Terrific
Testy
Thankful
Thick
Thin
Third
Thirsty
This
Thorny
Thorough
Thoughtful
Threadbare
Thrifty
Thunderous
Tidy
Tight
Timely
Tinted
Tiny
Tired
Torn
Total
Tough
Tragic
Trained
Traumatic
Tremendous
Triangular
Tricky
Trifling
Trim
Troubled
TRUE
Trusty
Ugly
Ultimate
Unacceptable
Unaware
Uncomfortable
Uncommon
Unconscious

13:08

Learn how to pronounce 1600 English Adjectives.
Here are the words that are included in this lecture:

Unequaled
Uneven
Unfinished
Unfit
Unfolded
Unfortunate
Unhappy
Unhealthy
Uniform
Unique
United
Unkempt
Unknown
Unlawful
Unlined
Unlucky
Unnatural
Unpleasant
Unrealistic
Unripe
Unruly
Unselfish
Unsightly
Unsteady
Unsung
Untidy
Untimely
Untried
Untrue
Unused
Unusual
Unwelcome
Unwieldy
Unwilling
Unwitting
Unwritten
Upset
Urban
Usable
Used
Useful
Useless
Utilized
Utter
Vague
Vain
Valuable
Vapid
Variable
Vast
Velvety
Venerated
Vengeful
Verifiable
Vibrant
Vicious
Victorious
Vigilant
Vigorous
Villainous
Violent
Virtual
Virtuous
Visible
Vital
Vivacious
Vivid
Voluminous
Warm
Warmhearted
Warped
Wary
Wasteful
Watchful
Waterlogged
Watery
Wavy
Weak
Wealthy
Weary
Webbed
Wee
Weepy
Weighty
Welcome
Well-Groomed
Well-Informed
Well-Made
Wet
Which
Whimsical
Whirlwind
Whispered
Whole
Whopping
Wicked
Wide-Eyed
Wide
Wiggly
Wild
Wilted
Winding
Windy
Winged
Wise
Witty
Wobbly
Woeful
Wonderful
Wooden
Woozy
Wordy
Worldly
Worn
Worried
Worrisome
Worse
Worst
Worthwhile
Worthy
Wrathful
Wrong
Wry
Yellow
Yellowish
Young
Youthful
Yummy
Zealous
Zesty

Section 4: 550 Words Related to Food and Restaurants
19:09

Learn how to pronounce 550 English words related to Food.

Here are the words that are included in this lecture:

Almond
Anchovy
Appetite
Apple
Artichoke
Asparagus
Aspic
Ate
Avocado
Barbecue
Barley
Basil
Batter
Beancurd
Beans
Beef
Beet
Bell Pepper
Biscuit
Bitter
Blackberry
Bland
Blueberry
Boil
Boysenberry
Bran
Bread
Brisket
Broccoli
Broil
Brunch
Buns
Burrito
Butter
Cake
Calorie
Cantaloupe
Capers
Carbohydrate
Carrot
Cashew
Cassava
Casserole
Cater
Cauliflower
Caviar
Celery
Cereal
Chard
Cheddar
Cheese
Cheesecake
Cherry
Chew
Chick Peas
Chicken
Chili
Chips
Chives
Cilantro
Cinnamon
Citron
Citrus
Clam
Cloves
Cobbler
Coconut
Cod
Coffee
Coleslaw
Cookbook
Cookie
Corn
Cornflakes
Cornmeal
Crab
Crackers
Cranberry
Cream
Crepe
Crisp
Crunch
Crust
Cucumber
Cuisine
Cupboard
Cupcake
Curds
Currants
Curry
Custard
Dairy
Dessert
Diet
Digest
Dill
Dine
Diner
Dinner
Dip
Dish
Dough
Dressing
Dried
Drink
Dry
Eat
Edible
Elderberry
Fast
Fat
Feast
Fed
Fennel
Fig
Fish
Flour
Freezer
Fried
Fritter
Gastronomy
Gelatin
Ginger
Gingerbread
Grain
Granola
Grape
Grapefruit
Grated
Gravy
Greens
Grub
Guacamole
Guava
Gyro
Halibut
Ham
Hamburger
Hash
Hazelnut
Herbs
Honeydew
Horseradish
Hot
Hummus
Hunger
Ice Cream
Ice
Icing
Jackfruit
Jam
Jelly
Jellybeans
Juice
Kebab
Ketchup
Kettle
Kitchen
kiwi
Knife
Kohlrabi
Kumquat
Ladle
Lamb
Lard
Lasagna
Legumes
Lemon
Lemonade
Lentils
Lettuce
Lime
Liver
Lobster
Lollipop
Lunch
Lychee
Macaroni
Macaroon
Maize
Mango
Margarine
Marmalade
Marshmallow
Mayonnaise
Meat
Meatball
Meatloaf
Melon
Menu

18:39

Learn how to pronounce 550 English words related to Food.

Here are the words that are included in this lecture:

Meringue
Micronutrient
Milk
Milkshake
Millet
Mincemeat
Minerals
Mint
Molasses
Mozzarella
Muffin
Mug
Munch
Mushroom
Mussels
Mustard
Mutton
Napkin
Nectarine
Noodles
Nosh
Nourish
Nut
Nutmeg
Nutrient
Nutrition
Nutritious
Oil
Okra
Olive
Omelet
Omnivore
Onion
Orange
Oregano
Oven
Oyster
Pan
Pancake
Papaya
Pasta
Pastry
Patty
Pea
Peach
Peanut
Pear
Pecan
Pepper
Pepperoni
Persimmon
Pie
Pilaf
Pineapple
Pitcher
Pizza
Plate
Platter
Plum
Poached
Pomegranate
Popcorn
Popsicle
Pot
Potato
Prime Rib
Protein
Provisions
Prune
Pumpernickel
Pumpkin
Punch
Quiche
Quinoa
Radish
Raisin
Raspberry
Rations
Ravioli
Recipe
Refreshments
Refrigerator
Relish
Restaurant
Ribs
Rice
Roll
Salad
Salami
Salmon
Salsa
Salt
Sandwich
Sauce
Sauerkraut
Sausage
Savory
Scallops
Scrambled
Seaweed
Shallots
Sherbet
Shish Kebab
Shrimp
Slaw
Slice
Smoked
Snack
Soda
Sole
Sorbet
Sorghum
Sorrel
Soup
Sour
Soy
Spaghetti
Spareribs
Spatula
Spices
Spicy
Spinach
Sprinkles
Sprouts
Spuds
Squash
Squid
Steak
Stew
Stomach
Stove
Straw
Strawberry
Succotash
Sugar
Sundae
Sunflower
Supper
Sushi
Sustenance
Sweet
Swiss Chard
Syrup
Taco
Tamale
Tangerine
Tapioca
Taro
Tarragon
Tart
Tea
Teapot
Teriyaki
Thyme
Toast
Toaster
Toffee
Tofu
Tomato
Torte
Tortilla
Tuber
Tuna
Turkey
Turmeric
Unleavened
Utensils
Vanilla
Veal
Vegetable
Venison
Vinegar
Vitamin
Waffle
Walnut
Wasabi
Water
Watercress
Watermelon
Wheat
Whey
Wok
Yeast
Yogurt
Yolk

Section 5: 162 Words Related to the Kitchen
11:02

Learn how to pronounce 162  English words related to The Kitchen.

Here are the words that are included in this lecture:

Apron
Basket
Batter
Beater
Blender
Boil
Bottle Opener
Bottle
Broiler
Broom
Cabinet
Caddy
Can
Carafe
Casserole
China
Chop
Cleanser
Coffee Grinder
Coffee Maker
Coffee Mill
Colander
Cook
Cookbook
Cooker
Counter
Creamer
Cup
Cupboard
Cutlery
Decanter
Dish Rack
Dish
Dishwasher
Dough
Flatware
Freezer
Fryer
Glasses
Grater
Griddle
Grill
Grinder
Ice Pick
Island
Jar
Juicer
Kettle
Kitchen
Knife
Ladle
Leftovers
Lid
Marinate
Masher
Meat Grinder
Microwave Oven
Mold
Mop
Mug
Napkin
Oven
Pan
Pepper Mill
Pitcher
Plate
Platter
Pot
Ramekin
Range
Reamer
Recipe
Refrigerator
Salad Bowl
Salt Shaker
Saucer
Shears
Shelves
Sieve
Sifter
Silverware
Sink
Skewers
Skillet
Slicer
Soap
Spatula
Spices
Sponge
Spoon
Steamer
Stove
Sugar Bowl
Table
Teapot
Teaspoon
Thermometer
Timer
Tin
Toaster
Tongs
Tray
Trivet
Tumbler
Utensils
Waffle Iron
Whip
Whisk
Wok

Section 6: 320 Words Related to Sport
10:20

Learn how to pronounce 360  English words related to The Sport.

Here are the words that are included in this lecture:

Aerobics
Arena
Arrow
Athlete
Athletics
Badminton
Ball
Base
Baseball
Basketball
Bat
Batter
Batting
Biathlon
Bicycle
Bicycling
Bike
Biking
Billiards
Bobsleigh
Bocce
Boomerang
Boules
Bowler
Bowling
Boxer
Boxing
Canoe
Canoeing
Catch
Catcher
Champion
Cleats
Compete
Competition
Competitor
Crew
Cricket
Croquet
Cue
Curling
Cycling
Dart
Dartboard
Decathlon
Defense
Discus
Dive
Diver
Diving
Doubleheader
Dugout
Epee
Equestrian
Equipment
Fencing
Fielder
Fielding
Forward
Frisbee
Game
Gear
Geocaching
Go
Goal
Goalie
Golf
Golfer
Golfing
Guard
Gym
Gymnast
Gymnastics
Handball
Hang Gliding
Hardball
Helmet
Heptathlon
Hockey
Hole-In-One
Home
Hoop
Horseshoes
Huddle
Ice Hockey
Ice Skates
Ice Skating
Inning
Javelin
Jog
Jogger
Judo
Jump
Jumper
Jumping
Karate
Kayaker
Kayaking
Kickball
Kite
Kneepads
Lacrosse
League
Lose


11:08

Learn how to pronounce 360  English words related to The Sport.

Here are the words that are included in this lecture:

Mallet
Mat
Mitt
Move
Net
Offense
Olympics
Orienteering
Out
Outfield
Outfielder
Pentathlon
Ping Pong
Pitch
Pitcher
Pole Vault
Pole
Polo
Pool
Puck
Quarter
Quarterback
Quiver
Race
Racer
Racing
Racket
Referee
Relay
Ride
Riding
Rink
Row
Rower
Rowing
Run
Runner
Running
Sailing
Score
Scoreboard
Scuba
Scull
Sculling
Shot Put
Skate
Skating Rink
Skeleton
Ski
Skier
Skiing
Slalom
Sled
Sledding
Snowboard
Snowboarder
Snowboarding
Snowshoeing
Soccer
Softball
Somersault
Sportsmanship
Squash
Stadium
Stick
Strike
Surfer
Surfing
Swim
Swimmer
Swimming
Taekwondo
Tag
Team
Teammate
Tee
Tetherball
Throw
Throwing
Tie
Toboggan
Trampoline
Triathlete
Triathlon
Ultramarathon
Umpire
Unicycle
Uniform
Vault
Vaulter
Vaulting
Volley Ball
Volley
Wakeboarding
Walk
Walker
Walking
Water Polo
Waterski
Waterskiing
Weightlifter
Weightlifting
Weights
Wetsuit
Wicket
Win
Windsurfer
Windsurfing
Winner
Winning
World Cup

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Instructor Biography

Emma Saying, English Pronunciation Teacher

EmmaSaying is a free pronunciation channel on YouTube, created in 2012, with a mission to pronounce the whole English dictionary. The mission was accomplished at the end of 2015 with more than 170,000 words pronounced and uploaded as videos. 

Here, on Udemy, I will create useful full length courses for your convenience. Suitable for those who want to systematically improve their English pronunciation.

Good luck and happy learning! :-)

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