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Clemmonsdogpark Comics: How to Pronounce “W” and “V”

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Many ESL students get the “W” and “V” sounds mixed up. To help you distinguish between these two sounds, here’s a tutorial, in comic strip form.

English Pronunciation Tutorial: The “W” and “V” sounds

English Pronunciation: W and V

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I hope you enjoyed that, and learned a little bit more about these two similar-yet-distinct sounds in English. In my next two posts on this subject, you’ll get to hear these sounds as they are pronounced by a native English speaker. Stay tuned!

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