Very nice video dear friends please support my channel it's a request to all of you
Wow ❗ wow ❕ Thank you, dear Teacher, Rachel 💖
Romilda from Brazil. I learn a Lot from your classes. Thanks😁
Wow thank you 😘😘😘
My boss said: if you don't stop watching Rachel's videos on work you're gonna get fired. Well, guess I'm more comfortable at my home right now. I haven't watched the whole video but I trust you. Thanks. I tell my friends about you.
Best lesson, you're an angel! Thanks !
Your video is awesome.
Hi ma'am i am Aftab from india thanks for teach us silent letters
Thanks a bunch.yeah,you put a lot of efforts in this video.truth be told,your video is really one-of -a-kind.Yes,one day i'll join your academic.i've have saving my money.see you next video.good job.
aam student for you please give me in WhatsApp you ine number for America me and Saudi Arabia from Jeddah
This is number me in Saudi Arabia from Jeddah 00966 53 5539655
It is a very good idea to collect all of them in one video, thank you very much!
Excellent video and the way you explained it's outstanding. Thanks Rachel.
Thanks really useful… But please can u speak more slowly next video….
Thank you very much, dear Rachel
I also want to learn English like native American is there any one would be my friend ,from usa I would more happy to have friend.
Thank you .
Nice video, I enjoyed learning American accent But please can you give more sentences for American accent practice
Thank you Rachel
Could you incorporate some of these in your future videos where we study the mouth up close?
I love your channel so much Thanks my teacher 🙂
“Grey Amber” is derived from… the sperm whale 🐋🐳 !!! 😂👍 (and it used in the composition of some perfumes!😊)
« Audible », what a surprise! 😅 But, of course, thanks to them for this sponsoring! 😉👍
Thank you so much lovely teacher i appreciate it.from algeria🇩🇿😘❤
Thank you so much! You help me a lot. When I think that I know a lot of English, I realise that I don't know nothing hahahah. Great Class! 👏👏👏👏👏 ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Great Class! 👏👏👏👏👏 ❤️❤️❤️❤️ my best teacher …thank u
Here’s my opinion about these rules. 🤔 If words have all these letters, it’s for one reason! 😊 So, if people don’t pronounce silent letters, it’s because it’s easier, and foremost, because they’re very LAZY !!! 😂😂😂 (for my part, I like to pronounce some silent letters as: often, thumb, dumb, comb, bomb, sandwich, etc. It gives a certain “charm” to them!😉👍). Hi from Vietnam 😊🇻🇳 Teacher Bean.
I’ve heard many times native speakers say h-where, h-what, h-which. H is very subtle but it’s there. These are not clear w sounds. Why do they do that? 🙂
Ugh.. So complicated accent.. Why
Here’s another word that has a silent c: indictment
11:07 you crossed out voiced N's instead of silent G's.
this word ‘corps’ somehow has two silent letters and is simply pronounced just like “core”, why?
Absofreakinlutely amazing video , thank you.
Very good information rachel👏🏻👏🏻
You are the big reason why I have started talking American spoken English fluently. You have the best way My great Teacher
Thanks a lot!
00:01 lol 😂
Hello Rachel! Nice to see you! It was so interesting. But it was intricate. It is a pity that English has a lot of exceptions. It makes a path of mastering English longer. Nevertheless, I hope who goes, may go through the way:) Thank you so much for your help!
OMG! You have taken a lot of efforts to make this lesson. I heartily 👏👏👏👌👌👌
I have never thought of the silent f in "fifth". Thank you!
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