Learn the IPA — Consonants — American English


Learn the consonant sounds of American English in IPA to help you study English pronunciation. Voiced vs. Unvoiced consonants:


See the transcript for this video:

Improve your American Accent / spoken English at Rachel’s English with video-based lessons and exercises.

Cải thiện nói tiếng Anh Mỹ / 미국 영어 발음 향상 / 話されているアメリカ英語を向上させる / Улучши разговорный американский английский / Meningkatkan berbicara bahasa Inggris Amerika / Melhore sua pronúncia do inglês americano / Mejora tu pronunciación en Inglés Americano / 美語 / बात अमेरिकी अंग्रेजी में सुधार / تحسين لهجتك الأمريكية الإنجليزية / שפר את המבטא האמריקאי שלך

…with Rachel’s English!



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  2. 02:52
    I was Convinced the word "with" is pronounced with an "ð".
    Was I pronouncing it wrong all this time?

  3. 1:35–5:28 зачем так спешить!? я и ребёнок нечего не понимаем!!!!!! "…"

  4. Hi Rachel, do you offer any kind of certification program for teachers? I am an acting teacher in Hollywood and I often help people with their accents. I am currently learning the American IPA (mostly through your excellent videos) and would like to increase my professionalism in this field. What do you suggest?

  5. This young lady doesn't make one bit of sense. She says that English IS NOT a phonetic language, yet she admits she is using the International Phonetic Alphabet. Why would you use a phonetic alphabet for a language that you say is not phonetic? Actually, English IS phonetic. A phoneme is the smallest measurement of sound within a word- so each sound that a letter makes in ANY language is a phoneme. Every language has it's own set of phonemes.

  6. Thanks, this is useful and clearly presented.
    I just found out about IPA alphabet. My interest is in creating a mnemonic system for learning and connecting different alphabets; I was opting for Sanskrit, but this is more inclusive. If anyone reading this knows of persons already using a mnemonic system with IPA notation, please throw out a link for me – thanks.

  7. Spanish is easier than English we just have 5 vowels and the pronunciation is the 90% the same just exceptions like guitarra, güero, o chino

  8. I looked up "with" on Cambridge dictionary, it says /wɪð/ in the American accent, so is it wrong?, I always hear "wɪθ" though. But I always try to learn your pronunciation than the dictionaries' ones because you are more accurate most of the time. Thank you, Rachel.

  9. 3:46
    I can't find this symbol ANYWHERE on the IPA chart…it sounds like/feels like an alveolar fricative and an alveolar plosive…I'm very confused 😕

  10. If you ask me the most phonetic letters in English are F and V, and I rank the phoneticness of the letters in English like that (in a decreasing order):

    1. F, V (only one sound and nearly never silent)
    2. B, M (only one sound and never a part of a digraph, but sometimes silent)
    3. K, L, P, Q, R (still only one sound, but sometimes appears in digraphs)
    4. D, H, J, N, T, W, Z (one normal sound, but can also make other sounds)
    5. C, G, S, X (two normal sounds)
    6. A, E, I, O, U, Y (more than two normal sounds)

  11. Rachel is there difference in IPA symbols when it comes to british and american english?? Where can I get IPA chart of american english?? Hope you'd answer!😄

  12. El problema que tengo es que no tengo buen oido y aunque expliquen para mi suena casi igual o igual y ahi esta el problema y a veces termino mas confundida de como empeze. No se si hay alguna tecnica para mejorar el oido porque si no estoy fregada!

  13. I like this interactive English language Phonetic chart.


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