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The Dark L sound [+ FREE practice download]

Today I’m bringing you into my classroom for a pronunciation masterclass! 

We will go over ALL the vowels in American English as I teach you how to read the IPA chart (International Phonetic Alphabet) of American English.


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  1. Hi, dear Hadar.
    About the dark L, I faced “the problem” some time ago, while visiting a Caribbean beach, where I met an American guy. I thought I was doing pretty well in practicing my English with him, until he asked me the super casual question: “Where are you from?” “Brazil – I said. “Brazio?!” – he seemed surprised, and I didn’t understand why. “Haven this guy never heard about my country?” – I thought. Then he explained the right American pronunciation of the dark L.

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