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Pronunciation of the
/i:/ and /I/ Sounds

Instructions
Listen and repeat the pronunciation.

/i:/ sound /I/ sound
heel hill
wheel will
steal still
teen tin
seat sit
peel pill
leave live
sheep ship
seal sill
heat hit
cheek chick
feel fill

 

 

Practice
Click on "Listen." Select the word that you hear.

Listen
1   heel
     hill
     

Listen
2   wheel
      will
     

Listen
3   steal
      still
     

Listen
4   teen
      tin
     

Listen
5   seat
      sit
     

Listen
6   peel
      pill
     

Listen
7   leave
      live
     

Listen
8   sheep
      ship
     

Listen
9   seal
      sill
     

Listen
10  heat
      hit
     

Listen
11  cheek
      chick
     

Listen
12  feel
      fill
     

 

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