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9 11, 2015

How to Pronounce TH Consonants [θ] and [ð]

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[θ] and [ð] are paired together because they take the same mouth position.  Learn the correct mouth position for these sounds to pronounce them clearly and accurately. https://youtu.be/_jW9B55ljh8 Video Text: The two TH consonant sounds.  These sounds are paired together because they take the same mouth position.  Th is unvoiced, meaning, only air passes through

8 11, 2015

How to Pronounce the SHR Consonant Cluster

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Clusters can be a challenge.  Learn the position of the SHR cluster, and how your mouth should change from beginning to end. Video Text: Today I’m going to talk about the SHR consonant blend. Let’s take for example the word ‘shrimp’ and begin by looking at the lip position. Shrimp, shrimp. You’ll note that the

4 11, 2015

How to Pronounce Plural Nouns

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How to Pronounce Plural Nouns The plural ending of regular nouns can be pronounced three different ways.  Learn the rules to know the right pronunciation. Video Text: Today I’m going to go over how to pronounce plural nouns. A noun is made plural when an S or ES is added to the end of the

4 11, 2015

How to pronounce S [s] and SH [ʃ]

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  For some people, S and SH sound the same.  The position for these two sounds is quite different — learn the difference in tongue and lip position, and practice with minimal pairs. Video text: In this American English pronunciation video, we’re going to compare the consonants S and SH. This video is sponsored by

2 11, 2015

English pronunciation: How to Pronounce S [s] and Z [z] Consonants

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These two consonants S and Z are paired together because they take the same mouth position.  Learn the correct mouth position for these sounds to pronounce them clearly and accurately.   The S and Z consonant sounds. These two sounds are paired together because they take the same mouth position. Ss is unvoiced, meaning only

2 11, 2015

English pronunciation: R and W Sounds

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R and W sounds can be tricky.  The difference is in the tongue position – you have to pull the tongue back and up for the R! In this American English pronunciation video, we’re going to go over the difference between the [w] and [r] consonants. A lot of people have problems with the R consonant

2 11, 2015

How to End a Word in N and NG ([n] and [ŋ])

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Some people mix up ending N and NG sounds.  Study the mouth position for these sounds – they’re quite different. In this American English pronunciation video, we’re going to test your ability to identify the N and NG sounds.I’ve already done some work on the N and NG, but, to recap: the N sound is

2 11, 2015

How to Pronounce L [l] Consonant

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The L is a tough consonant, there is a Light and a Dark version.  Learn the difference between these two types of L’s, and study the positions with illustrations and up close, slow motion speech.   The L consonant sound.  This sound is especially difficult for people who don’t have it in their native language. 

2 11, 2015

English: How to Pronounce G and K Consonants ([g] and [k])

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    The G and K consonant sounds. These two sounds are paired together because they take the same mouth position. K is unvoiced, kk, meaning, only air passes through your mouth. And G is voiced, gg, gg, meaning, you’re making a sound with your vocal cords. These consonants are stop consonants, which means there

2 11, 2015

English: How to Pronounce F and V Consonants ([f] and [v])

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These two consonants are paired together because they take the same mouth position.  Learn the correct mouth position for these sounds to pronounce them clearly and accurately. The F and V consonant sounds. These two sounds are paired together because they take the same mouth position. FF is unvoiced, meaning only air passes through the