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How to pronounce BEER, BEAR & BEARD (UK & US) | English Pronunciation

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Learn how to pronounce beer, bear and beard correctly! I explain their meanings and give you both the British and American pronunciations. English subtitles are available. If you would like to add subtitles in your own language, please click here: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=player&v=H9hMeB2xGGs English Pronunciation For more English lessons, visit my channel, English with Max. All of the videos are free. These include free English vocabulary videos, English grammar videos, English pronunciation videos, English tips, and English listening practice. This channel aims at helping people learn and improve their English - whether they have been learning English for a while or have recently started. I am a native speaker from Australia. I mainly speak British English. Stalk me! https://www.facebook.com/EnglishWithMax https://twitter.com/EnglishWithMax https://www.instagram.com/englishwithmax/ How to pronounce BEER, BEAR & BEARD How to say BEER, BEAR & BEARD
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English with Max (10 months ago)
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English with Max (10 months ago)
Thank you! I would really like to make more videos - I will try to make more this year :).
The Entirety (10 months ago)
English with Max nice video ma'am! Upload videos more frequenly
Imu Alone (6 months ago)
you always fantastic teacher
Andres CG (8 months ago)
After a beer every guy with a beard look like bear.
English with Max (8 months ago)
😂👍 *looks like a bear.
L. McClane (9 months ago)
One time in Russia, they had a new law taking effect where you couldn't buy beer after midnight...but someone had written on the sign that after midnight, you were no longer allowed to buy "bear" :D
English with Max (9 months ago)
Hahaha! Who knows, it could've been a local delicacy ;).
L. McClane (9 months ago)
Also don't hate on beards!
Regivado Silva (9 months ago)
existe um trocadilho em português com o coala que é assim : porque o coala não é um urso ? porque ele não é coalificado pra isso
English with Max (9 months ago)
Haha! I don't speak Portuguese (yet...), but I know enough Spanish to understand that :).
Rutger Birnie (10 months ago)
Nice beard!
English with Max (10 months ago)
Thanks ;).
Vladimir Gorbachev (10 months ago)
I like this lesson. Short, clear, useful. That downloaded in my long-term memory. Thanks.
English with Max (10 months ago)
Thank you again for commenting! I'm glad it was useful. I'm about to publish a similar one very shorty.
Fabio Labanca (10 months ago)
I always wanted to know this! Thanks Max for helping us learning English.
English with Max (10 months ago)
My pleasure!! :)
Leo Touriste (10 months ago)
Thanks for your videos and Best wishes for the New Year!
English with Max (10 months ago)
Thank you, same to you!
Just_Like YOU (10 months ago)
If I'm not mistaken, I've met this form for expression: " to each THEIR own". Could natives say that?
English with Max (10 months ago)
Yes! "To each their own" is correct as well. Nowadays it's probably considered more politically correct to say "their", but I've always said "his".
47Sukhoi (10 months ago)
Hi Max, Thanks for the video. Why the comparison is always between British and American English in spite of the fact that there are several other countries speak English like New Zealand, Ireland, Canada, and you home land? Is it relevant to any political dominance the US enjoys? Why it's unusual or rare to find Can. Eng. Vs. Irish or Australian Vs. NZ? Regards, Ahmad,
47Sukhoi (10 months ago)
Rational explanation, thanks a lot Max. Regards,
English with Max (10 months ago)
Good question! It's just because British English and American English are considered the two standard variations of English, and those are what you mainly find in dictionaries. Probably because English initially came from Britain, and the USA now has such a large population and great economic power. So I think it's to do with population and political/economic reasons. It would also take a very long time to explain all the different variations! It would be like teaching Arabic and saying: this is Classical Arabic, but this is how it is said in Morocco, Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia, etc. 😉
Leo Chong (10 months ago)
I love this! Thank you!
English with Max (10 months ago)
😀😀
Ulisses Oliva (10 months ago)
I'm new here! You are amazing!
English with Max (10 months ago)
Welcome! And thank you so much!
Ricado j. Valdez (10 months ago)
En la ultima pronunciacion en AE es como pajaro , entonces como se pronuncia pajaro.?para eete caso?
English with Max (10 months ago)
I'll look at the pronunciation of "bird" in another video ;). No, the last word (beard) is pronounced differently! It's tricky, I know. https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/bird (click the loudspeakers)
Carlos Augusto (10 months ago)
Hi, Max. How was your Christmas doing?. I hope you haven't drunk too much. sorry...bad joke!. I was wondering what's the difference between those words you teach in your video and the word "bird"?. It seems all of them sound quite similar.
English with Max (10 months ago)
Haha! I'm 31... But I've been told I have a young face ;). See you next time!
Carlos Augusto (10 months ago)
Aren't you 21?, Really?. Why do you look as if you were 21 then?. Wow, you look too young!. What kind of blood do you drink?. Well, I look forward to seeing your next video Max. See you.
English with Max (10 months ago)
It was nice, thank you :). And this year I stayed very sober - I'm not 21 anymore 😂. Bird is similar, but the vowel sound is different: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/bird (click the loudspeakers)
porrymanX (10 months ago)
Best english with Max video ever! thanks a lot!
English with Max (10 months ago)
Haha, I'm glad you liked it!
Rezaul shumon (10 months ago)
Thank u! Particularly is a difficult word to pronounce, as January; February and some of the ordinal numbers (th at the end)!
English with Max (10 months ago)
That's true! It's even hard for some native speakers!
Al N (10 months ago)
Thx Max, good job.
English with Max (10 months ago)
My pleasure!
Ehsan Khan (10 months ago)
Happy New Year Max. The vid was really helpful. Inserting expression "to each his own" is a lovely idea. keep it up.
English with Max (10 months ago)
Happy New Year! I saw your comment on Google+ too. I'm glad it was helpful and that you like the additional vocabulary 😀.
Hi Max! Very useful! Thanks. I wish you, Frank, George and all your family a Happy New Year. Happy 2018!
English with Max (10 months ago)
Thank you very much, Julio! Happy New Year to you and your family too!
Thomas Schmitt (10 months ago)
I really like your pronounciation videos, they always help a lot. Btw: there is a poem called "The Chaos", maybe one day you can read it to us :)
English with Max (10 months ago)
Thanks! Now that you mention it, I do remember reading that once. It's a good idea for a video! I'll add it to the list ;).
"Don't forget to share with your friends" - 0:28 :)))) I shared with my best friend Woody W. :)))
O... I understood. Thank you Max!
English with Max (10 months ago)
Oh I see! In English we just say "cousin", whether they are male or female or whether they are your uncle or aunt's child. I know it's often different in other languages.
I mean, my cousin sister is my aunt's daughter. Maybe I make a mistake. I don't know how to say this correctly.
English with Max (10 months ago)
I figured haha :). It's really nice that your cousin also watches my videos! (What do you mean by "cousin sister"?) And thanks very much for the subtitles!! I'll go and accept them now :).
I mean Woody Woodpecker. :) It was my friend when I was ten years or something like that. My cousin sister from Seattle watch your videos too. She's learnin English too. P.s. : as well I added a subtitle in Russian language.
esm325 (10 months ago)
Thank You, Max! For the complete set it was necessary to add the word "bird'. It is very similarly too.
English with Max (10 months ago)
My pleasure! You're right. I had thought about including it, but then decided to save it for another video ;).
Gambetti (10 months ago)
Hi Max. For pictures you can check out for example pixabay. These pictures are in the public domain and you can use them however you want. https://pixabay.com/de/bartholomäus-bärte-mann-pose-1903465/
English with Max (10 months ago)
Wow, thanks very much for this! I've already used some public domain pictures, but I couldn't find what I wanted on the website I normally use ;). I'll bookmark this one!
Nikolay Sidorov (10 months ago)
Hi, Max! as I met the new year ....... I do not think that you bought this bottle of beer for yourself!
Nikolay Sidorov (10 months ago)
ut most importantly, do not forget to return back to his father this bottle of beer
English with Max (10 months ago)
You're right... I stole one of my dad's 😉.
Long Nguyen (10 months ago)
Happy New Year Max. I wish you all the best for year 2018. Love Max!
English with Max (10 months ago)
Many thanks, Long! Happy New Year to you too! :)
aimanno everyday English (10 months ago)
Thank you for your efforts. Lucky back. You are a fantastic teacher. Have a good century.
English with Max (10 months ago)
Thanks very much, Aimanno! Same to you! :)
Wilfried Mathias (10 months ago)
Thank you Max! Have a lovely New Year!
English with Max (10 months ago)
Thank you, Wilfried! Same to you!
Юрий Руденя (10 months ago)
Can bears shed beer on their beard?
Юрий Руденя (10 months ago)
English with Max thanks a lot) so many words in English... 😎
English with Max (10 months ago)
😀😀 No, but they can spill beer on their beard ;). "To shed" has a few meanings, but I think the most common one is to lose hair (mainly used for animals).
Kyungil Cho (10 months ago)
hello!i really like watching your useful utubes~!
English with Max (10 months ago)
I'm happy to hear that! Thank you for your comment! :)
Kamlesh Saini (10 months ago)
A hipster keeps a long fashionable beard, right? Please let me know if I'm right or wrong!
English with Max (10 months ago)
Normally we say "he HAS a beard". So you could say: "A hipster has a long, fashionable beard." Otherwise, correct!

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