Pronunciation of The Letter B and The Letter P – (/b/ vs /p/)


The Pronunciation of The Letter B And The Letter
(/b/ vs /p/)

(Pronunciation Lesson)


[su_dropcap style=”flat”]A[/su_dropcap]s you may already know.  Most of the Consonants come in “Voiced” and “Un-Voiced” pairs, which is clearly explained in This Post Here.  You probably also know that The Letter B is the first Consonant.

[su_dropcap style=”flat”]I[/su_dropcap]n the video below, the teacher explains that the Un-Voiced pair to The Letter B is The Letter P.  And she has a great way of showing you the difference between the two.  Not only in the sound, but what actually happens with the breath when speaking them.


Watch The Video Here!


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Pronunciation Of The /ths/ Combination (+ “Why There Is Nothing Difficult About Learning English”)

The /ths/ Combination

(Pronunciation Lesson)


This is a re-fresh of a post from a couple years ago, which was originally posted on The WordPress.com Version of GiveMeSomeEnglish!!! (where this all started.)


Read The Full Post & Watch The Video Here


Comparison Of The Voiced And Unvoiced Consonants

Voiced and Un-Voiced Consonants


Your Mouth, Your Tongue, And Your Throat Are The Instrument…
Together With Your Personal Tone…


(the sound you make when you say, “ahhhh” – as a sigh of relief…  that is your true voice.)


…These Are The Tools With-Which You Use To Affect The World…


LEARN HOW TO USE THEM…

READ THE FULL POST HERE

(I Promise, No Click-Bait…  Just The Endless Possibilities From Learning To Use The Instrument Of Your True Voice…Properly)


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