How to pronounce laryngeal
Here are three tips to help you improve your pronunciation of ‘laryngeal’:
Break down ‘laryngeal’ into sounds: [LUH] + [RIN] + [JUHL] – say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can produce them consistently.
Record yourself saying ‘laryngeal’ in full sentences, then watch and listen to yourself. You’ll be able to easily mark your mistakes.
Look up ‘laryngeal’ pronunciation tutorials on YouTube.
Concentrate on one accent: mixing multiple accents can be confusing, especially for beginners, so choose one accent (US or UK) and stick to it.
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We recommend that you do the following to improve your English pronunciation:
Work on word/sentence reduction: in some countries, reducing words and sentences is considered informal; however, in the United States, it is completely normal and part of everyday conversation (e.g., what are you going to do this weekend? For more examples, see going to and want to.
Improve your intonation: stress, rhythm, and intonation patterns are difficult to master in English, but they are essential for others to understand what you say. It expresses one’s mood, attitude, and emotion. Check out YouTube for a plethora of videos on this subject.
Subscribe to one or more English teaching channels on YouTube: it’s free and covers the most important aspects of the English language. Consider Rachel and Mike channels, to name a few.