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Aug 15, 2022

English Pronunciation Exercises with Minimal Pairs

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LEARNING OUTCOME

The learner will be able to learn; 1. Sound of English and Mouth exercises. 2. Minimal Pairs using Sound of English. 3, How to pronounce L, R, TH, and S sound.
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Phonetic Sounds Mouth Anatomy

/L/ SOUND Your tip of the tongue goes on the roof of your mouth. /R/ SOUND Your tip of the tongue does not go on the roof of your mouth. /TH/ SOUND Your tip of the tongue goes in between your teeth. /S/ SOUND Your tongue goes behind your teeth and teeth go together.

Pronunciation Game: Minimal Pairs

Minimal Pairs are words that sound similar but one phonological element is different in the two words. For example, glamour and grammar sound extremely similar. But they are different with the /r/ and /l/ sounds.
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Similar Sentences Worksheet Practice

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SUMMARY

/L/ SOUND Your tip of the tongue goes on the roof of your mouth. /R/ SOUND Your tip of the tongue does not go on the roof of your mouth. /TH/ SOUND Your tip of the tongue goes in between your teeth. /S/ SOUND Your tongue goes behind your teeth and teeth go together. Minimal Pairs are words that sound similar but one phonological element is different in the two words. For example, glamour and grammar sound extremely similar. But they are different with the /r/ and /l/ sounds.

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