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Practice how to describe Consonant sounds

  • Practice how to describe Consonant sounds
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    Consonant sounds are described by 3 things:

    1- is the sound voiced or voiceless? VOICING

    2- where is the sound constricted? PLACE OF ARTICULATION

    3- how is the airstream constricted? MANNER OF ARTICULATION

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    Being able to describe a consonant sound has many benefits:

    -If you're teaching English as a second language, knowing how consonants are pronounced will help you to show your students where and how to make the sounds themselves.

    -If you're a student learning English as a second language, you'll be able to sound more like a native English speaker if you know how and where English consonants are made.

    -If you're a therapist, you'll be able to help your patients to produce the sounds.

  • Practice how to describe Consonant sounds
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Summary The Sounds of Language: Phonetics and Phonology
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