Pronunciation Lessons: 19 Units

Samples:

Pronouncing the letters B and P
Pronouncing the letters D and T
Pronouncing the letters G and K
Pronouncing the letters CH and J
Pronouncing the letter H

Instructions:

Pronouncing the letters B and P

Listen to the lesson

The letters P and B are similar.

Instruction: Have your lips pressed together and then slightly push air out of your mouth forcing your lips apart.

These two letters do not require any nasal sound.

Here are some words and sentences to help you hear what they should sound like. Click on any word or sentence to hear the correct sound.

Border
Baseball
Abnormal

“The baseball player got hurt when he went to bat
“The border patrol was given the best officer award”
“The Abnormal tissue was being carefully examined”

Painting
Appeal
Lapse

“The painting that was stolen was a precious art piece
“The pesty lawyer went to appeal his case”
“The lapse of time caused him to bite his lip

Practice all sentences with your Teacher. Take notes of the meanings of the new vocabulary.