FREE tips on how to improve your American accent! The American English word "squirrel" has to be in the top 10 most difficult words for non-native English speakers to pronounce. It has the ER vowel plus the Dark L sound - both of which can be tricky! Is this word hard for you to pronounce?
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Free tips to improve your American accent! The EE /i/ vowel, like in the word "see", is fairly common and may be in your native language. But there are a few things that make this vowel different in American English!
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Welcome to this ESL English lesson and let's learn how to use confusing English words such as "during", "for" and "while" to improve your English speak. Also visit my Channel ! please SUBSCRIBE,LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT on our videos 😊
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