This time, I go over the various “R sounds”, both syllables starting with Rs (e.g. rad, red, rib, rob, rub), and vowel + R combinations (e.g. bar, bare, fern, fear, fir, fire, ore, oar, cur, cure). For most non-Native English speakers, the North American R is very difficult to pronounce. I talk break it down and go over some phonics patterns that many native speakers, including myself before moving to Asia, miss.

I hope this is useful for your classes. A world with more second language English speakers who can pronounce my name would be great!