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  • Hello.

  • I'm John Russell.

  • It's time to look at the vowel sound that is important.

  • If you want to talk about yourself the i vowel sound the I vowel sound is also one of the subject pronouns in English.

  • I the i vowel sound is a vowel sound followed by a semi vowel.

  • In this case Ah yeah sound.

  • The I vowel sound is a dip thong.

  • This term suggests that your tongue has to move quite far in your mouth.

  • Your tongue should be relaxed flat and in a low central position in your mouth, then the tongue needs to move to Ah, high front position.

  • Your lips should be open and relaxed but not rounded.

  • They need to close up a bit when moving to the final position.

  • I i the i vowel sound has a few common spelling patterns that you should know about.

  • The first is the letter.

  • Why at the end or middle of a word, as in why Why Sky Sky style.

  • The letter I is another common spelling, as in nice kind and there is the I g H spelling as in night light, right?

  • That's all for today.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/25
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