Mas­ter Voiced and Voice­less Con­so­nants in Eng­lish: VIDEO

VIDEO: watch the video above to learn how to say voiced and voice­less con­so­nants in Eng­lish.

Mas­ter­ing Eng­lish Voiced and Voice­less Con­so­nants

Do you say chump instead of jump? Or Rice instead of rise? Or bin instead of pin? These are com­mon mis­takes in Eng­lish pro­nun­ci­a­tion. The trick is learn­ing how to make the dif­fer­ence between voiced and voice­less con­so­nants, and when to use either a voiced or voice­less con­so­nant.

The dif­fer­ence between voiced and voice­less con­so­nants

– When you say voiced con­so­nants, your voice is switched on

– When you say voice­less con­so­nants your voice is not switched on ie you don't use your voice

Sounds in this video: p, b, t, d, f, v, k, g, s, z,

Voiced/Voiceless pairs of Words in this video: bin pin, to do, van fan, girl curl, zoo Sue

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Esther

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