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English audio course: Phonetics ou-au

Introduction
Getting to know each other
Job activities
Alphabet 1
Alphabet 2
Alphabet 3
Alphabet 4
Telephones
Listen hear
Months 1
Months 2
Questions 1
Questions 2
Appointments 1
Appointments 2
Do does 1
Do does 2
Weekdays 1
Weekdays 2
Weekdays 3
Phonetics 1
Phonetics 2
Customers
Phonetics e-a
Office equipment
Don't, doesn't
Phonetics u
Survey scuba
Learning English
Phonetics work walk
Time management
Present simple, present continuous
Many much
Phonetics ou-au
Words with ex
Grammar tenses
Phonetics o
Grammar simple past 1
Grammar simple past 2
Verbs

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In session 23 we are practising the "ou" and the "au" sound.

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Please listen to the these examples:

know
grow
low

go
show
flow
throw

borrow
follow
narrow

below
tomorrow
sorrow

gold
fold
told
hold

I know we'll go to the show.
He's been told that tomorrow he will be sorry.

Now listen to these words:

now
how
our
sour
flower
shower
out
about
shout
cloud
crowd
loud
proud

Now, how about taking a shower before we get sour?
In our special hour we are very proud so we speak out loud.

In now let's compare both sounds:

no -- now
port -- proud
short -- shout
lord -- loud
ought -- out

Now, you ought to be proud to know all these sounds.

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