28 thoughts on “RP phonemes: pronunciation tips (BBC learning English)”

  1. Could somebody add captions to this fabulous video? This option´d be very useful for studying as well, Thanks in advance!

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  3. YES!! YES I FUCKING NOTICED HOW YOUR MOUTH CHANGED BECAUSE GUESS WHAT YOUVE ASKED ME A BIZILLION TIMES AND IM LOOKING AT YOUR DAMN OLD LADY LIPS YES YES I NOTICED!!

  4. The first thing is that, I am very sorry, because I do not know how to express about my thanks for you. So, My pronunciation have been improved by your video… so, I hope of my God that gives all what you need and the important this is enter you to paradais…. thanks alot

  5. The first thing is that, I am very sorry, because I do not know how to express about my thanks for you. So, My pronunciation have been improved by your video… so, I hope of my God that gives all what you need and the important this is enter you to paradais…. thanks alot

  6. Great video. I disagree with your point that all British accents are good/ok models of English. Some accents are intelligible no matter where you go in the English speaking world. However, many regional accents can only be understood properly by other speakers who have the same accent. Most people in the US would find it quite difficult to understand a regional Liverpool accent. A person with such a local accent would need to significantly modify their accent to be understood.

  7. Hello, first I would like to thank you for this insightful video. Second, I just have an observation concerning the verb/non :believe/belief. 1:23:28, the transcription you have mentioned neither exist in OXFORD nor Cambridge dictionary, I found this: belive:/bɪˈliːv/, belief:/bɪˈliːf/ . Would you mind elaborating more on this point? Thank you very much indeed.

  8. Someone can tell me why I can't pronounce correctly / s / , / ʒ / , / z /, / θ / , / ð /?
    I tried my best but I can't. It's very difficult.

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