Making Plans – English Conversation – Ben Franklin Exercise Updated on October 12, 2019 By William Clement 58 Comments By William Clement 58 Comments Marta Pluta May 5, 2015 🙂 Reply Anderson Silva May 5, 2015 This type of video is great, thanks Rachel! Reply mikle holako May 5, 2015 pliz can I be a friend in facebook .so if u want but ur name or anything take me to ur profile Reply M. Najeeb May 5, 2015 Really beneficial THANKS A LOT RACHEL ♥ Reply radu luchian May 5, 2015 Thanks for the great video! Reply Gustavo Krause May 5, 2015 Nice! thanks a lot! Reply sebastian marten May 5, 2015 Great! I like it. Thx for the updating new words. Reply Tenchis May 5, 2015 🙂 Reply RomarioSantana May 6, 2015 U r so cute teacher ! Reply Sarith Mejia May 6, 2015 Thanks Rachel.. love your videos; ) Reply raffa ojeda May 6, 2015 I wish I have had you as my english teacher back in the 90's when I took ESL classes Rachel!! Reply chisae tomita May 6, 2015 Hello, Rachel. Thank you for your wonderful videos. I'm learning from your videos the shapes of mouth or tongue for natural American sounds. I enjoyed the conversation of making plans, too. Reply hatoul 20 May 6, 2015 Great!Gorgeuos!Marvelous!Teacher Rachel U R Tha BEST!Thank you so much! Of course Thumbs up and my wishes for you to be up and up! Reply Helio Pinheiro May 6, 2015 God, your videos are amazing. Cheers from Brazil. Learning a lot. Reply handfulbabe May 6, 2015 Hi Rachel, first I wanna thank you a lot for your interesting video clips on American pronunciation. The only thing I don't really understand is why you put so many commas into the script – just like at 2:28 after words "want to" "just" and "chat". Is there any rule? It doesn't make sense to me – but you know – I am German 😉 … Reply Jieda Chen May 6, 2015 Hi Rachel, thank you for your videos. In this video, I wonder if the American could really hear the word "at" (2:12~2:15), or they know the speaker drops the word ?I repeat the video many times, but I just cannot hear the "schwa at". Reply johel santos May 6, 2015 Gracias Rachel, thank you so much Reply Suhgy N May 6, 2015 I hink I wanna jst, chat in English Reply Ania late May 6, 2015 I love such kind of videos ! It helps us a lot 😉 But I am wondering how you do the flap "t". I dont hear it ;D It's like someone says "right"without t for me 😀 Very often americans do this reduction, I noticed this couple of times when I listen to some music ;D In words such as: night, last. Reply Jonathan M May 6, 2015 Rachel,You explained that '15' should be pronunced with the stress on the last syllable, but when you talked to your father you placed it on the first syllable. Reply kulik03 May 6, 2015 another great video, these Ben Franklin exercises are really helpful, plz make more of these! Reply Muhamed Ayman May 6, 2015 Hello Rachel am really thankfull for ur efforts a just wanna ask how to pronounce the word Alligator And what does it mean? plus how to pronounce it smoothly Reply Mi Lin May 7, 2015 what part of America are you from? Rachel? Reply Putekrapstis May 7, 2015 How to pronounce cellular? Reply Helder Carvalho May 7, 2015 Hello, Rachel! I'm from Brazil and I've been watching your Youtube Channel for a couple of months now. I must say I really appreciate your magnificent work here: extremely helpful. By the way, I'd like to suggest a topic about the sentence "there used to be…" and, mainly, about its negative and interrogative forms. Thank you! 🙂 Reply hay que trabajar May 8, 2015 I have to study more!!!!! Reply juyoung sim May 8, 2015 thank you for this Reply Chris Clifford May 9, 2015 How do I reduce DOESN'T ? Thanks Reply SamuelJackson May 9, 2015 I can't pronounce the word 'important' correctly.I mean pronouncing the word with dropping the first 't'. Do you have that video about it or can you make one? thanks. Reply Dayron May 10, 2015 Rachel, how to pronounce WORTH and other words with RTH? Reply Fei Wang May 10, 2015 really useful! Thank you so much, Rachel. Reply Clayton Falcao May 10, 2015 Oi Rachel sou aqui do Brasil. Estou muito encantado com você e a sua dedicação estou aprendendo muito. Não pare continue brilhando. Reply Igor May 12, 2015 thanks Rachel Reply key May 18, 2015 Woow very useful. Pls continue schwa clips. Thx Reply Stray Cat May 23, 2015 Very helpful video! Thank you Rachel Reply M. M. May 24, 2015 Hi Rachel, where in Florida are you in this video? The Everglades? Reply Ramadhan Ismail June 1, 2015 Many thanks Rachel, I realy so intrest to teach myself American speak I start download all your videos,Good job Maybe I need some help for some words in future can you assist. Reply Alvaro Lino June 4, 2015 It's really hard to get it at first, but the pronunciation explanations are great! Thanks, Rachel! Reply bishoy sami June 14, 2015 your videos very useful, thanks for your efforts Reply atteiluj1 March 16, 2016 Great video. Thank you Reply Elizaveta Cherkasova December 17, 2016 is there a stop t sound in the word just? I'm not sure, but I hear the stop t in the speech. Reply Rahman February 20, 2017 This is the difficult part. My tooth fell down Reply BaekSoo K June 22, 2017 why didn't you analyze "said we'd "? I can't hear that part well. Reply DEV VERMA February 6, 2018 miss you are a nice teacher Reply DEV VERMA February 6, 2018 I enjoy a lot while watching your videos Reply Tah Fashion design April 9, 2018 It's really hard to say one thirty….I said one durty instead lol 🙂 Reply FOTO TRINDADE May 9, 2018 um video com mais de 28 mil visualizações ter menos de 800 likes. As pessoas só querem usar, não estão valorizando esse ótimo trabalho da Raquel. Gosto muito dos teus videos.Sou iniciante ainda, não consigo enterder nada em ingles ainda, mas espero aprender usando o seu canal. Muito obrigado por fazer videos. Reply AHMADDAMA SALIM November 15, 2018 I glad a lot while watching your video… I did become addicated your video …. Your episodes are very interesting and also they are easy in explanation … you are a big grace from sky…. you are angel Reply Shankar Chaudhary November 16, 2018 #806th LIKE is mine. Reply Vaithy December 1, 2018 Absolutely great video it'll very useful useful for me I prolly speak English well like native speaker Reply Majed Hejazi January 19, 2019 Thanks Reply Julio Samuel dos Santos February 3, 2019 Not till, no till, nace tricky. Reply Julio Samuel dos Santos February 3, 2019 Hi Rachel can i use it in my jo interview ? Reply waterway kim February 22, 2019 in the phrase " but we said we'd be there", it sound like this " bu-wi- se- be- there". Reply Ruth Cancel March 8, 2019 nice explanation about the different pitch…I wasn´t aware of it until you explained it… Reply hala alshehawe April 4, 2019 Thank you .. Reply Marcella Gallo April 27, 2019 Love all your videos and your family is amazing! Reply racare August 1, 2019 For me, the most unclear thing pronounced in the video is "you know", I can't hear the word "know" nowhere. even to 0.25 speed. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.