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Two Vowels and Diphthongs

two vowels diphthongs
“fine”: the tongue moves from “a” to “i”

Diphthongs are two vowels in the same syllable. When you pronounce diphthongs the tongue moves from one vowel to another.

For example, when you pronounce the word “bike [baik]“, the vowel sound glides or moves from [a] to the vowel [i]. When you speak the word “bike [baik]” you will understand how the vowel sound glides.

Now, click on the picture, listen to the sound and repeat.

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