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UNIT 14: /l/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 14: /l/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. /l/WordIPASoundlaptop/læptɑːp/ melon/melən/ ball/bɒl/ Lips are separated and mouth is slightly open during the production of the sound.Tip...

UNIT 13: / r/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 13: / r/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. / r/WordIPASoundrabbit/ræbɪt/ board/bɔːrd/ car/kɑːr/ Lips are pursed during the production of sound.Tongue pulls back in the...

UNIT 12: / dʒ/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 12: / dʒ/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. / dʒ/WordIPASoundjacket/dʒækət/ orange/ɔːrəndʒ/ bridge/brɪdʒ/ Lips are slightly protruded during the production of the sound. You should...

UNIT 11: / tʃ/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 11: / tʃ/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. / tʃ/WordIPASoundchair/tʃer/ chain/tʃeɪn/ cheese/tʃiːz/ Lips are slightly protruded during the production of sound.The tip and blade...

UNIT 10: /ʒ/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 10: /ʒ/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. /ʒ/WordIPASoundtreasure/treʒər/ collage/kəlɑːʒ/ garage/gəraʒ/ Air is forced between the center front of the tongue and back of the...

UNIT 9: /ʃ/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 9: /ʃ/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. /ʃ/WordIPASoundshorts/ ʃɔːrts/ seashore/siːʃɔːr/ shelf/ʃelf/ Lips open and separate while releasing air to produce the sound.The sides of...

UNIT 8: /s/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 8: /s/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. /s/WordIPASoundsad/sæd/ sea/siː/ sky/skaɪ/ Your lips are stretched widely to produce a hissing sound.Place your tongue behind your...

UNIT 7: /ð/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 7: /ð/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. /ð/WordIPASoundleather/leðər/ feather/fɛðər/ mother/mʌðər/ Your lips should separate, giving way for the air to come out. Vocal cords...

UNIT 6: /θ/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 6: /θ/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. /θ/WordIPASoundThursday/θɜːzdeɪ/ math/mæθ/ think/θɪŋk/ Lips must give way to the air slightly stopped to create a slight explosion.Tongue...

UNIT 5: /f/

CHAPTER 2: CONSONANTSUNIT 5: /f/I. SoundsPractice reading the sounds below. /f/WordIPASoundfish/fɪʃ/ gift/gɪft/ chef/ʃef/ Your lower lip must be slightly touching your upper teeth. Then, blow air out...