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In this Spoken
English Tutorial the topic of vowels will be covered as I think that
they are extremely important in our pursuit of perfecting English speaking
skills. Learn the vowels correctly and you will significantly reduce your
problems spelling English words.
Overview of vowel
To say it bluntly, the
letters in English alphabet is not the same as the symbols in phonetics
alphabet. Yes there are sounds that are similar in appearance and in the
sound the produce with the letters of the alphabet (a,o,i,e ) , but there are
more sounds that do not appear in standard alphabet the sound schwa and short
I ,for example . In certain books and sources you might encounter different
ways and amounts of sounds, but thats ok they are probably all right, because
some sounds have a linguistics difference, but their pronunciation are so
similar that some books decided to blend them into one symbol for the sake of
expediting language learning.
Basically, sounds are the
topic of phonetics and they are pertinent not only to English language. The
sound schwa might be encountered in many other languages, not only English one,
even the languages that have a completely different standard alphabet.
Lax and Tense
what do they mean.
If you are careful you will
notice that some sounds in English are longer than other sounds. For example,
to say the pronoun I you need twice as much time as you need to pronounce the
vowel sound in pit. This brings us to an idea of categorizing those sounds
into two groups short and long sounds.
Another way of grouping the
sounds would be dividing them into lax and tense vowels. Basically, they
correspond to short and long vowels each, but the terminology is more useful in
our study of American English pronunciation.
You might have encountered
other ways of grouping the sounds (for example, checked and free vowels),
but we wont touch them in this article.
Tell me about the
Tense vowels, tell me about the lax vowels.
Remember that in American
English there are 8 tense vowels and 6 lax vowels (totaling in 14 vowels). First
characteristics that distinguishes them is the fact that you need to pronounce
the first group for a greater duration of time compared to the latter group.
Another key characteristic
is that tense vowels require a lot of mouth movement from your part. You cant
say the pronoun I in a lazy manner you have to drop your jaw and mouth to a
quite noticeable extent, otherwise you will produce a wrong sound.
The lax vowels are a
complete opposite to tense vowels in a sense that they do not require you to
move your lips, jaw or tongue too much. Try to say the vowels in the, bit
and you will notice that it is pretty easy to say them with minimal effort from
Learn these vowels
and use them
If you remember that there only 14 vowels in American English and you
memorize how to pronounce the tense and lax vowels you will do yourself a great
favor. Sometimes you hear a non-native produce a sound that was supposed to
sound English, but due to lack of practice they come off wrong. If you memorize
the sounds in American English that problem wont arise anymore. You will
know what sounds truly exist and will be able to use them correctly.