Let’s Talk English speaking Institute in Mumbai and Thane presents English speaking course to learn the difference between American English & British English pronunciation difference. This topic has always confused students as there quite a few differences between the British English & American English pronunciation.
I am Brian, you host for this English lesson. In this English lesson, you will learn the difference between the British English and American English pronunciation. This is the most requested topic in the comment section of our videos, so let’s begin with the lesson.
I will give you common words used in daily English conversation, followed by example sentences. So that you are just not learning the words, but how to use them in English conversation. First, you will hear the British pronunciation followed by an American voice. Make out the difference between the two voices.
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I haven’t got the answer for my question.
The cabinet minister has to answer the corruption charges.
I love to eat apricot jam.
An apricot is a small, soft, round fruit with yellowish-orange flesh and a stone inside.
Everyone in the room burst out laughing when they saw Tom slip on the banana peel.
The bananas you brought to me last night were all bad.
Chauffeur ( driver)
I’ll have the chauffeur drive me to the store tomorrow.
As a mother, I’m also the chauffeur who drives my children around town.
Where’s the nearest telephone booth?
John was sitting alone in a corner booth, eating his lunch.
Coherent ( easy to understand)
A person who speaks clearly and makes sense is an example of coherent.
The Mayor of the city proposed the most coherent plan to improve the schools.
After much debate, Congress passed the bill.
An example of Congress is the group of people that United States citizens elect as their representatives every two years.
I admire you for your courage.
Michelle didn’t have the courage to try sky diving.
You must convert dollars into the local currency.
Where can I exchange foreign currency?
Tom suggested that Mary should resign from her current job and find another one.
Peter got to know his current girlfriend at the gym.
Plants and animals flourished on Earth thousands of years ago.
When someone speaks with such rhetorical flourish, it starts to sound like they’re lying.
Hurricane (a violent wind that has a circular movement)
In spite of the hurricane, the ship reached port.
A category 5 hurricane can reach speeds of about 155 miles per hour.
We have to hurry; else we will miss the flight.
Take your time. There’s no need to hurry.
Leisure (time free from work)
She doesn’t seem to know what to do with her leisure time.
What’s your favorite leisure activity?
Mafia (an organized international body of criminals)
He seems like a respectable businessman, but he’s really part of the Mafia.
The mafia boss was killed in a hail of machine gun fire.
Didn’t you get my message?
I have an important message for you.
Celebrities have a right to privacy.
Let’s talk in my cabin, we will have complete privacy.
Did you know that Mark has a criminal record?
Michelle thinks it is impossible for Suzie to break the record.
The best-case scenario would be for us to finish the work by tomorrow.
In the worst-case scenario, we would have to start the project all over again.
Preparations for the new project are under way in both companies simultaneously.
The song sounded out of sync because the flutists were not playing simultaneously.
One of Tom’s favorite meals is a grilled cheese sandwich with tomato soup.
Kids love pasta in tomato sauce.
Oranges have a lot of vitamins.
Take lots of vitamin C to avoid catching a cold.