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  • Hi there, Jennifer from Charles speech with another Christmas pronunciation lesson.

  • Our word today is point set up, which is a Christmas flower like I have right here.

  • The word has a lot of letters, and I think this leads to the confusion.

  • We are going to have three syllables in this word.

  • Point said, uh and I wrote it out as well.

  • Um, in sounds because I know that helps some people.

  • So to say this word correctly, we're gonna start with the syllable coin and to do the thing of the word coin like money.

  • But we're going to start it with a p.

  • So put your lips together for the p moved to the oy by puckering your lips and then pulling them back and then end with an end by touching the tip of your tongue to the back of your top front teeth.

  • Air moves out of your nose.

  • Coin Next move to said to do this it's just like the word said s a I d like I said that And to say this word you're going to start with the sound tip of the tongue is either down or behind the top front teeth air is moving out of them up, then moved to the short.

  • That sound Your mouth is open and you're gonna be able to see your tongue near the top teeth between the top and the bottom teeth, but a little higher in your mouth, uh, and then touch the tip of your tongue to the back of your top front teeth for the D.

  • Said said.

  • Said, And then we're gonna end with.

  • And it's just the Schwab sound The short you push wa sound and to do that relaxed mouth and just very short, uh, put it all together.

  • Point said, Uh huh.

  • Point said, uh point Ceta point Ceta point Ceta.

  • I love a beautiful red points that at Christmas time give it a try.

  • People are going to notice the difference if you found this helpful.

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