Overview of long and short vowels and how they are different. For example, if you are a non-native speaker, you may need to be careful with certain sounds like "i" and "e" so you say your words correctly in a way Americans understand, and it will also make reading English easier too.
Letters A, E, I, O, and U - long and short with examples and videos to help to understand these differences.
R-controlled vowels - when we put a vowel and R together - it changes it - like "bird" and "world".
What are diphthongs? Two vowel sounds put together to form one sound - like "oy" in the boy.
The 18 consonants and why some are tricky to say, especially for non-native speakers - like "v" and "w".
Two consonants (Blends like "br" and "tr") and two blended consonants (Digraphs like "th", "wh", "ch" and "sh").
Ways to practice each vowel and consonant by seeing patterns and using them in everyday speech.
Who should take this course?
If you can read simple sentences in English so you can take this course.
Hello English Learners! I am happy to be here at TabletWise to help you learn English! I am a native American English speaker, born and raised in the USA, and love teaching English to all ages for over 25 years. My first classroom experience was teaching 5-year-olds how to read English from phonics (beginning vowels & consonants) and I still do...