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  • hi everyone Jennifer from Tarle speech with your pronunciation lesson today we

  • are talking about two sounds at the end of a word only I've been working with a

  • lot of native Spanish speakers who are speaking English very fluently and

  • they're doing a beautiful job but the sounds that they're really struggling

  • with are m and n at the end of words so let's go ahead and take a look at each

  • of these sounds so again today's lesson is only about these sounds at the end of

  • a word so we have m mmmm so to make this M sound all you're going to do is put your

  • lips together mmm and the air is going to move out of your nose mmm the other

  • sound is nnn and to make that sound again the sound is coming the air is

  • coming out of your nose the difference is your mouth is open and the tip of

  • your tongue is touching the back of your top front teeth nnn so we have again

  • mmmmm and nnnn this gets very confusing at the

  • end of the word because they sound very similar and if you don't have this

  • combination of sounds in your language at the end of words it gets very very

  • confusing it's important to learn the differences in these endings in certain

  • words that are minimal pairs and a minimal pair means that the words are

  • exactly the same except for one sound and in this case we're going to have an

  • M and an N minimal pair at the end of words and we're going to practice these

  • words have eight words for you today we're not going to talk much about the

  • other sounds because again this lesson is about M mm vs. and N nn at the end of

  • words let's give it a try let's try the M words first term we have a silent

  • letter here we have the B we don't say it comb

  • foam and some and sum yes those words are pronounced the same they are spelled

  • differently now let's try words that end with the n sound turn cone phone and

  • son now I'm going to try both words to together so you can hear the

  • difference term turn comb cone foam phone some son I'm gonna try them all one

  • more time term turn comb cone foam phone some Sun so remember m your lips are

  • together mmm and n your mouth is open tip of your tongue is touching the back of

  • your top front teeth nnn both sounds the air goes through your nose so give it a

  • try I know people are going to notice the difference have you found this

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hi everyone Jennifer from Tarle speech with your pronunciation lesson today we

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A2 comb foam cone sound minimal term

How to Pronounce TERM TURN | FOAM PHONE | COMB CONE | SUM SUN - M & N Sounds at End of Word -

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    Summer posted on 2020/10/25
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