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  • Hey everyone it's Jennifer with Tarle speech And I have another weekly follow along lesson

  • Our pattern this week is when we see the letters  d g e, especially at the end of the word,  

  • we are going to say a j sound. To make a j sound you are going to touch the tip  

  • of your tongue to the back of your top front teeth  pull the tongue back into the middle of your mouth  

  • your lips will be rounded and  your voice box is on and moving

  • So follow along! I'm going to say the  word and then you repeat after me:

  • nudge

  • dodge

  • ledge

  • fudge

  • edge

  • smudge

  • ledge

  • wedge

  • pledge

  • fridge

  • sludge

  • acknowledge

  • knowledge

  • grudge

  • Give it a try i know people are  going to notice the difference

  • Please give us your feedback about  this new kind of follow along lesson;  

  • trying to figure out how to best do this for you. And if you were looking for some more help check  

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Hey everyone it's Jennifer with Tarle speech And I have another weekly follow along lesson

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How to Pronounce the J Sound Spelled DGE - English Pronunciation Follow Along Practice Session

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    Summer posted on 2021/08/06
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