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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Monday at 08:05 PM
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Hi Hockey


If you mean Chinese pronunciation, what I understand is most learners consider vowels are easier, and some certain consonants are challenging at the beginning. Still, the most important is to handle the tones. When tones are there, 1-2 wrong pronunciations in a line may not bother understanding, like foreign accent English speaking.


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Hockey Puck
Sunday at 04:39 AM
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Interesting idea. Shows promise for me. Let's see how things develop. The point for me: Is it effective?

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Tuesday at 04:36 PM
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Hi Robert


I understand you need some examples of English words with vowels sound closer to Chinese vowels, and here I give out some:

[a]: car

[e]: earth

[i]: equal

[o]:ocean

[u]: book


Thanks for learning with us. Let us know if you have any other questions.


Amy

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Robert Tkel
Monday at 08:47 PM
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I think I need a some vocabularies and pronunciation like is english I use to study first is example:( A, E, I, O, U ) or (ba, be, bi, bo, bu)