Hi everyone and welcome back to ForB’s English lesson video. I’m Gabriella and in today’s lesson, we are
looking at the pronunciation of this word. We’ll be looking at this in the American and British pronunciation. So let’s look at the British pronunciation first. In British English, we usually pronounce the word like this: Vitamin. Vitamin. Now be careful with the beginning of the word. The sound is a “v” which we call a dental sound. You’re using the top teeth to pronounce the word “v” now this is a vocal sound so you’re using your voice. So “v”. If you are a Japanese learner of English,
for example, be especially careful because the “v” sound in Japanese is replaced with
“b” so in Japan people say “bitamin”, not “vitamin” but when you’re speaking English you need to use the “v” sound. OK, so let’s compare the British pronunciation “vitamin” to the American pronunciation. In American English, we usually pronounce this word like this: Vitamin. Vitamin. Let’s compare the two: Vitamin. Vitamin. Vitamin. Vitamin. Let’s practice. Please repeat after us. Vitamin. Vitamin. Vitamin. Vitamin. Alright! Great job. Keep practicing. Thank you very much for watching this channel. I’m Gabriella. Please remember to subscribe to ForB English and click the video and like if you liked it. Thank you very much and see you next time.