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  • 010 U as in CUP

    The U vowel position is neutral, relaxed lips with the centre of the tongue slightly raised. Again, watch out that thus vowel isn’t distorted when it is followed by an “L”

  • 011 O as in COT

    Here is the O vowel - O as in cot. The O vowel position is a slight rounding of the lips with a flat tongue.

  • 012 UH as in ANOTHER

    This next sound is in many ways the KEY to British Standard English Pronunciation because it occurs again and again and again. It is the neutral vowel or schwa:

    “uh” as in “another”

    The lips are neutral and the centre of the tongue is half raised. You will find this sound not only in most unstr...