The English Sessions Podcast Episode: Bass / Base (Pronunciation)

Welcome Episode 44 of The English Sessions. Pronunciation of B A S S and B A S E. I am your host and English teacher, Mike Butler. These podcasts can help you improve your English! Together, we will talk about grammar… pronunciation… structure... and have some fun too. Remember to visit my website, to contact me for private lessons, and for more content.

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Listen for these words today:

Storm - a storm is intense weather often with strong winds, rain, thunder, lightning or snow!

Move on - “MOVE ON” is a phrasal verb that means “continue” or “progress”. It can also mean to leave a place; change to a different subject or activity; change ideas, attitudes, behaviour etc. “Let’s move on to our next topic of conversation”. Let’s move on to the next word in our vocabulary for today.

Racket - RACKET has a few different definitions. I want to keep this simple, so I will say that for today’s episode, RACKET means NOISE! Unwanted noise. Nobody likes a ‘racket’. Hey! Turn off that racket! I don’t like that kind of music. It’s just noise to me!

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Thank you all for listening. Until next time, this is Mike signing off.


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