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  • Hello, I'm John Russell.

  • In a previous video, we explored the to Africa.

  • It's or complex consonant sounds of American English.

  • They are, and we also explored voicing the movement of the vocal cords in previous videos as well, a quick reminder about Africa.

  • It's in a previous video, I described Africa.

  • It's as being kind of like addition, one plus one equals two Africa.

  • It's are made up of a stop sound, followed by a Fricka tive sound.

  • Another way to think of this is stop sound, plus Frick.

  • Active sound equals Africa.

  • It so our first Africa.

  • It consists of a sound followed by together they make.

  • Similarly, the sound starts with the stop sound and then moves to a frigate of sound.

  • Together they make Jeff.

  • But there is another important difference between the two Africa.

  • It sounds of English voicing.

  • One big difference between, and jet is that is voiceless and is voiced.

  • In other words, when you make the sound, you should not feel your vocal cords move.

  • Sure, when you make the sound, you should feel your vocal cords move.

  • Gee, let's end our video with a quiz.

  • I'll give you two words.

  • Can you tell which sound it is?

  • Is it voiced or voiceless?

  • Justice champion?

  • That's all for today.

  • Keep up the good work.

Hello, I'm John Russell.

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