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  • Hey, two for Tuesday.

  • It's Jennifer from Tarell speech.

  • I have actually three words for you today you get a bonus.

  • Our words today are site meaning vision, sight to quote or reference and site, which is a specific location or a website.

  • So here are your words to say these words correctly, we only have three sounds today.

  • Us long I anti so to say these words correctly start with the S sound.

  • To do this, the tip of your tongue can be behind the top front teeth or pointed a little bit down to the bottom of the mouth, which is going to allow the air to move over the tongue and to come out of the mouth.

  • Next, move to the I sound.

  • To do this, your mouth is going to be open wide.

  • And then you're going to move to a smile.

  • Smile I and then we're going toe end with a teat.

  • And to do this, touch the tip of your tongue to the back of your top front teeth.

  • Site, site, site now form a sentence.

  • If your is your site failing or did you forget to cite the map to locate the monument on the site.

  • Let me try that again.

  • Is your site failing?

  • Or did you forget to cite the map to locate the monument site?

  • Give it a try.

  • People are going to notice the difference.

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  • We'll see you all again next week.

  • Thanks, everybody.

Hey, two for Tuesday.

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How to Pronounce SIGHT, CITE, SITE - American Homophone English Pronunciation Lesson

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/30
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