hormigui88 (el 04/04/13 a las 9:42 am)
Being a native does not instantly qualify someone to teach a language, just as not being a native does not instantly disqualify someone to teach it. Speaking a language well enough to teach it is important, but it is paramount to be a teacher above all :) Besides, give him a break, he's doing it just fine LOL
InsertTruthHere (el 01/01/13 a las 4:18 pm)
Why is this a non-native speaker with an accent telling me how English is pronounced?
amoonh1411im (el 02/12/12 a las 4:27 pm)
I hate this subject=| I'll fail FML!
MariamMissBritin (el 14/11/12 a las 7:34 pm)
Thank u very much , helped me a lot 2 get my head around them all =D
tariqray (el 04/04/12 a las 8:42 am)
Bernd Fleischmann (el 25/12/11 a las 11:08 am)
In modern RP, /e/ and /ɛ/ are for all intends and purposes merged. The vowel in "bed" is higher than [ɛ] and the vowel in "may" is lower than [e], This merged vowel roughly equals the Spanish "e" which neither corresponds to the cardinal [e] nor to the cardinal [ɛ]. For the transcription of British English, it has therefore become convention to transcribe the vowels in both, "bed" and "may", as /e/.
Shaye Xu (el 16/12/11 a las 8:32 pm)
Daniel Hesslow (el 04/09/11 a las 11:02 am)
made my homework easier :D thanks man
tobikmade (el 12/12/09 a las 12:21 am)
i am first ('_')i come with peace