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English Pronunciation Practice - 13 or 30? (Video for listening practice!)

Learn an easy way to pronounce numbers that sound similar 
to non-native English speakers. 

Helpful slides from the video ↓

Native speakers pronounce numbers like 30, 40 and 50 
with a D sound rather than a T sound. 

13, 14 15, on the other hand, have a much stronger 
T sound in their pronunciation. 

They also have a slightly longer E sound with subtle ‘N’ sound at the end.

13 vs. 30

Oxford Learners English Dictionary - pronunciation links

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