Sounds-Voice-and-Accent

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Consonant Sounds:

Consonant Sounds

t voiceless sound :

t voiceless sound The front part of the tongue touches the alveolar ridge. Produce it without moving your voice box.

Rule :

Rule Whenever this sound comes in the beginning of the word, it gets aspirated.

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T ongue T ouch T ip T ogether T orch A tt ach pain t

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He t akes the bus t o work everyday. He is t all and has dark hair. T urn left. Walk three blocks. I t ’s t aking a long time. The package weighs t wo pounds. The soup t as t es sal t y. He always s t udied hard before a t es t . Did you use t o t ravel a lo t for work.

d voiced sound:

d voiced sound Produce from the same place as t sound by moving voice box.

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D octor D oll D ance D ivision D eep Ba d bla d e

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I d on’t un d erstan d . She’s making d inner. We d on’t own a car. Someone is at the d oor. I d rink coffee every morning. Woul d you like some tea? You coul d meet for lunch or d inner. D octors study for many years.

s voiceless sound:

s voiceless sound The front part of the tongue touches the alveolar ridge, similarly as t and d sounds. Produce it without moving your voice box.

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S oft S et S ocial S ociety S ing A ss ume mi ss

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Doctors s tudy for many years. I always eat c ereals for breakfa s t. S chool s tart s at 8:00 and finishes at 3:00. It s ometimes rains here in the s ummer. The s oup tastes s alty. Bi c ycli s ts mu s t obey all traffic light s in the c ity. You are a student, aren’t you?

z voiced sound:

z voiced sound Produce from the same place as s sound by moving voice box.

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Z one Z ip Z ebra Z eal Ri s e Fro z e ro s e

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Be careful! The floor i s wet. It wa s raining. I have a car, and so doe s she. This town i s too small. Every one know s each other. He works more quickly than she doe s . My office i s a s big a s hi s office. When you vi s it a national park, you can go fishing.

sh (ʃ) voiceless sound:

sh ( ʃ ) voiceless sound The front part of the tongue touches the back side of the alveolar ridge and front part of the hard palate. Produce it without moving voice box.

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Sh ip Sh oulder Sh arp Sh ow Fre sh Sma sh cra sh

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Sh e seems angry. S ure. You can use my computer. Can I have coffee with milk and s ugar. Where sh ould we go for dinner? You have got to fini sh today. We’ve got to send out the invita tio ns today. He works more quickly than sh e does.

Z (ʒ) voiced sound:

Z (ʒ) voiced sound Produce from the same place as sh sound by moving voice box.

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Mea s ure Vi s ion Trea s ure Vi s ual Lei s ure plea s ure

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It was a plea su re to go to A s ia. His vi sio n was to find trea su re. The inva sio n created divi sio n among the people. There was a colli sio n and an explo sio n. While the student did some revi sio n for his exam, he watched televi sio n. It was a happy occa sio n. I saw how he mea su red the ero sio n on the televi sio n show.

k voiceless sound:

k voiceless sound The back part of the tongue touches the velum or soft palate. Produce without moving voice box.

Rule:

Rule When it comes in the beginning of the word, it gets aspirated.

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C ar K eep K ite K angroo C all Spea k ta ck le

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The c lub meets in the library every Friday. They want a new c ar. We belong to the so cc er c lub. My mother often c ooks for us. The c afeteria food is usually bad. Stop the c ar. In order to finish my Ch ristmas shopping early, I started in November.

g voiced sound:

g voiced sound Produce from the same place as k sound by moving voice box.

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G roup G ame G oal G un G um Man g o mu g

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My g rades are improving this semester. Computers are g etting cheaper all the time. The g arden was beautiful last year. I will be able to see better after I g et new g lasses. I for g ot to g o to her party. Keep up the g ood work.

ch (tʃ) voiceless sound :

ch ( tʃ ) voiceless sound The middle part of the tongue touches the back of the alveolar ridge and front of the hard palate. Produce without moving voice box.

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Ch icken Ch inese Ch ocolate Ch ips Ch in Fren ch ben ch

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I’m looking for a ch eap car. They’ll probably win the ch ampionship. I ate too mu ch pizza. I bought a lot of potato ch ips. You could meet for lun ch or dinner. We have few sandwi ch es. There are so many ch oices in this menu. He is a ch ampion.

J (dʒ) voiced sound:

J (dʒ) voiced sound Produce from the same place as ch sound by moving voice box.

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J ar J ungle J ump J ob G em Banda g e bud g et

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They have a lar ge house. J ust put it on my desk. You ought to look for a new j ob. There is some j uice in the refri g erator. J ust don’t drop the j ar. She earned an avera g e wa g e. She is coming in J une. Put this j ug on the table.

m nasal sound:

m nasal sound Lips are pressed together, but the air escapes through nose.

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M ango M an M outh M ore M ountain Na m e ga m e

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Co m e to m y office, please. He called five m inutes ago. I’ll m ove in the su mm er. Would you please look over m y report? Will you help m e for a m inute? I have to hurry. I’ m going to be late! M ay I have this pen. She m ight co m e to m orrow.

n nasal sound:

n nasal sound The front part of the tongue touches the alveolar ridge, but air escapes through nose.

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N ou n N eedle N ose N eck N urse Ja n e mai n

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She k n ows the a n swer. He n ever clea n s his room. She is making di nn er n ow. Electric car will become popular i n the n ext te n years. She’ll fi n d a n ew job. Ca n I use the computer n ow? Your n ame should be at the top.

n~ (ŋ) nasal sound:

n~ (ŋ) nasal sound The back part of the tongue touches the velum or soft palate, and air escapes through nose.

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Si ng Ri ng Bri ng Dri n k Si n ger Fi n ger wri n kle

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She seems a n gry. It wasn’t raini ng at lunchtime. At six o’ clock she was maki ng a phone call. I was studyi ng at Tokyo university in 2001. I am goi ng to study hard for the test. I have worked here for a lo ng time. When I was sleepi ng , the telephone ra ng .

l three different sounds:

l three different sounds There is a complete closure between the centre of the tongue and the alveolar ridge. The only way for the air to escape is along the sides of the tongue.

Rule :

Rule It gives different sounds as it change its place in the word. It is different in the beginning, middle and end.

Three different sounds of ‘l’:

Three different sounds of ‘l’ Whenever it comes in the beginning of the word, sound gets prominent. Whenever it comes in the middle of the word, sound gets merge with the next sound. Whenever it comes at the end of the word, sound stops.

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L anguage L arge He l d Me l t So l d Midd l e shri ll

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She l ikes sports. L ook! It’s snowing. This week I’m doing research at the l ibrary. I’ve l ived here since I was 20. Strong winds can cause a l ot of damage. Turn l eft. Walk three b l ocks. L et the door be open.

w approximant sound:

w approximant sound Lips get round. Tongue will not touch any part in the mouth. It remains in the air.

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W ater W ar W hen W arm W ait flo w belo w

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W e have dinner at 6:00. Be careful! The floor is w et. Please w atch your step. I don’t feel w ell. I w as at the concert. W e w eren’t angry. W e w ent shopping yesterday. I w orked there for many years.

r approximant sound:

r approximant sound Tongue rolls back to the middle of the alveolar ridge and the hard palate, but do not touch it.

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R ole R ight Ro of R ank Ma r k Bo rr ow r ubbe r

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She has a r ed car. He neve r cleans the r oom. It r ained ha r d all afte r noon. Sally walked home in the r ain. When the phone r ang, I answe r ed it. If you elect me, I won’t r aise taxes. Would you please look over my r eports? The r oots of this plant are ve r y long.

Y (j) approximant sound:

Y (j) approximant sound The middle part of the tongue raise towards the hard palate, but do not touch it.

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Y ellow Y ou Y ork Y et P u re C u re t u ne

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I believe y ou. Please watch y our step. We went shopping y esterday. She u sed to be unfriendly. When I get home, I’ll call y ou. The baby can walk, but she can’t talk y et. Don’t y awn in my class. Y es y ou may leave class.

h narrow vocal cord sound:

h narrow vocal cord sound Vocal cords get narrow and air escapes out.

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H ouse H arm H eart H ealthy H and H orse h ard

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H e is tall and h as dark h air. Please come h ome early. I’m painting my h ouse this week. H e always studied h ard before a test. H e seemed h appy to see me. I’ve worked h ere since 2000. H ow old are you? H ave a nice day!