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1 11, 2015

How to Pronounce -ed verb endings

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-ED verb endings can be pronounced three different ways.  Luckily, there are rules about which pronunciation is which, based on the last sound of the verb.  Learn the rules and the pronunciations. Today I’m going to talk about how to pronounce the past tense of regular verbs. Regular verbs take the -ed ending in the

30 10, 2015

English: How to Pronounce CH and JJ Sounds ([ʧ] and [ʤ] )

The CH and JJ consonant sounds.  These two sounds are paired together because they take the same mouth position.  CH is unvoiced, meaning only air passes through the mouth, and JJ is voiced, meaning, uh, uh, jj, you’re making a sound with the vocal cords.  These consonants have a stop consonant component, but unlike stop

30 10, 2015

How to Pronounce Stop Consonants

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Today I’m going to talk a little more about stop consonants. The definition of a stop consonant has three parts. First, either the tongue or the lips close off the air flow entirely. Second, this closure causes a build up of pressure, and third, there is a release of this built up air. There are

30 10, 2015

English: How to Pronounce B and P Consonants ([b] and [p])

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B and P consonants are paired together because they take the same mouth position. P is unvoiced, pp, meaning only air passes through your mouth. And B is voiced, bb, meaning, uh, uh, bb, you’re making a sound with your vocal cords. To make this sound, the lips will stay together while the teeth part a little

30 10, 2015

Ending Voiced vs. Unvoiced Consonants

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In this American English pronunciation video, we’re going to talk about ending voiced vs. unvoiced consonants. In American English, we have voiced and unvoiced sounds. All vowels are voiced. All diphthongs are voiced. Consonants can be either voiced or unvoiced. Unvoiced consonants are made just with air, no, uhh, sound from the vocal cords. For