You rock!

Hello, you delicious darling you. May I compliment you on how lovely you look today? You are SO rockin’ that outfit you are wearing! That color looks so good on you! You might want to strut your stuff….or maybe not.. click!

Thank you so much for letting me into your inbox today. Some people were born to Rock Your English! but others were born to Rock Your Body!

I LOVE YOU, FAIRY

As you know, I work a lot with artists and students on their pronunciation. There’s a very big difference between, for example, ‘I love you very much’ and ‘I love you fairy much’. The difference between the F and the V sound lies in the vibration of your lower lip. To feel the difference, put your finger on your lower lip. You should feel a slight vibration on your lower lip when you say these words: very, vast, and van. When you say the F sound, there’s no vibration on your lower lip. Try these words: fairy, fast,  and fan. Now try them together and see what happens- very/fairy, vast/fast, and van/fan. Can you hear and feel a difference? Hope so! Oh, and watch out for those fairies.. click!

GET OUT YOUR CRYSTAL BALL

Speaking of pronunciation, if you want to see what I will look like in 20 years, click here.

YOUR QUESTIONS, ANSWERED!

‘Hey Buffi, what’s the difference between ‘compliment’ and ‘complement’?

Thanks for asking! If you compliment someone, or give him or her a compliment, you’re saying something nice about them. Like this. If you complement something, that means you raise it to perfection or make it better.. click!

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So my darlings, time to love you and leave you. I have to go pick up my girlfriend as soon as she’s finished at work!

Sending you all a hot air balloon filled with puppies, kittens, champagne and rainbows…in my head!

x buffi