Vowel in Up | British Pronunciation | Learn English

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In this video, we’ll take a look at the /ʌ/ sound on our British English IPA chart. The /ʌ/ vowel is a short vowel sound. It’s a central, slightly raised vowel, made with the mouth open without lip rounding, and without tongue involvement. Unlike the /æ/, which I have already said is spelt 99% of the time with the letter A, there are several ways to spell the /ʌ/ sound. If you are serious about improving your English, then perfecting your accent should be an important part of the process. Visit my pronunciation website at http://soundsbritish.com where you can download free sample copies of my eBook, An Interactive British English IPA Chart, and the 2000+ question Practice Pack that goes with it. Invest in your future today.

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