– One small sound can change your meaning.
The vowels of English can be very confusing– because what you see is not always what you say!
Do you know the difference between come and comb? Love and low? Over and oven? The letter “o” can be pronounced in several ways. So how do you know what to say?? Best solution – memorize the correct pronunciation like this–listen and repeat important words correctly 1000 times and you will remember and use them accurately.
Try these– ball and bat, boot and book, rack and rake, live and drive, sheet and “oops!”
If you have any further questions please e-mail Bonnie Gross at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bonnie Gross B.A., D.S.P.A., SLP.
President, SpeechScience International, Keynote Speaker, Workshop Facilitator, Voice Transformer
Bonnie Gross is currently the President of SPEECH SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL – a company devoted to helping individuals become dynamic, influential speakers and communicators, through training, in voice enhancement, fearless public speaking, leadership speaking skills, VOCAL EQ. and accent reduction. Bonnie gradated from the University of Toronto with a BA in Psychology, and a postgraduate DSPA in Speech Pathology and Audiology. With a dual career in both Speech Pathology and Radio and Television Arts, Bonnie is able to transform individuals into dynamic, persuasive, exciting speakers.