American English - AW [ɔ] Vowel - How to make the AW Vowel

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Author — Rachel's English

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Hello, Rachel.
“aw” and “ar” sound exactly the same: [ɑː].
Actually, the [ɔː] sound can be found in words like “or”.
Regards.

Author — Didi

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teacher Rachel, we thank you for doing these videos to us. i am from angola and it help us to improve our english.

Author — soba kudi zola

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Thank you very much, Rachel. I like your detailed explanations and the video, especially. -Filipino ESL Teacher

Author — V. DMac

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loved your videos so much that I'm gonna help out with translating your video transcripts into my native Ukrainian language! Started with this vid)) Thank you, Rachel, I adore your pronunciation school and recommend it to all my students!

Author — Tatiana Chabaniuk

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Thanks Rachel for your awesome videos! These are the best esplanation of the pronounciation I've ever seen.
Is there a a video on your chanel about the differentiation between long vs short vowels? I can't nail them. I know which ones are long, and which ones are short but still I fail to produce a natural rhythm in speech. In my mothertongue the vowels are not differentiated by length. If you could explain this I would be extremely grateful! Greetings from Russia.

Author — Victoria_music

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Hi Rachel, thank you very much for your fantastic videos, they help a lot. I have problem in words "give"vs"gave", "ship"vs"shape".Please teache us how to make that two different sounds properly.Thanks!

Author — Declan Zhang

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thank you a lot, i finally got this lesson. it gave me more confidence in what i had already learned on my own

Author — Kate

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Teacher, please make more comparision between O short and long sound, because the both of this sound very difficult

Author — Bạn sẽ biết 100%

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Thanks for your help Rache! Your videos are helping me a lot improve my speaking

Author — Guillermo García López

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Hi Rachel, could you please make a video showing how to pronounce the word "constantly"? Thanks for your videos

Author — Rose Duarte Loftus

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Thank you for your great contents and I will apply for your class soon! :)

Author — Chanwhe Kim

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The "cheek trick" is to me the most important little detail there. Great explanation :)

Author — Krabman

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I used to have a really good pronunciation!
Somehow it all dropped ><
My fluency is perfect, I know a lot of vocab, Grammar is great
But i lost my touch in pronunciation
it is frustrating
thanks for tips.. It really helped a lot ^^

Author — Eri Sekai

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hi rachel, l'm thankful for your work made, its important watch how to pronounce certain vowels, also l enjoy to learn English with youtube, greetings

Author — sebastian alegria

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Excelente. Una clase magistral como todas!!! Thanks!!!!’

Author — Isi Grisa

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Finally I find the answers to the difference between the two vowels and why in American there is a change which so confuses me . I have been looking for the answers for such a long time, you resolve the mystery in your every word of explanation, thank you, Rachel, the only best, not one of ………

Author — ZjZ

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I have a question: I can pronounce the stressed version of AW perfectly fine, but when I use it in fast speech or in unstressed words it kind of naturally becomes the UH as in BUTTER vowel for me. Mostly in words like "on, " "off, " "wanted" — they sound like uhn, uhf, wunned respectively. I don't do this for words that are often stressed (e.g. call, law, mall...). Is this ok or am I pronouncing them wrong? Thank you!

Author — DayvinDazone

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great, thanks ! I´m from Bahia Brazil! Obrigado pela aulas e dicas

Author — Skiper Jorg

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hi Rachel
in BRE there are ɔ: (long) and ɔ(short), what´s the equivalent sound in AME for ɔ(short) as in ROCK, POT? Would it be-> ɒ?

Author — Leandros Parker