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  • Hi everyone it's Jennifer from Tarle speech. And again this week for your question of the

  • week we are working on a spelling pattern and a follow along practice.

  • So our spelling pattern today is g e and when you see that combination you can say the sound

  • j and to make the j sound you're going to: round your lips

  • your voice box is on and moving your tongue touches your teeth to start the

  • sound and then pulls back into the middle of your mouth

  • Okay so let's try some words i'm going to say it and you repeat after me:

  • exchange exchange

  • heritage heritage

  • language language

  • coverage coverage

  • mortgage mortgage

  • age age

  • wage wage

  • page page

  • urge urge

  • rage rage

  • sponge sponge

  • cage cage

  • village village

  • hinge hinge

  • binge binge

  • cabbage cabbage

  • leakage leakage

  • enlarge enlarge

  • sausage sausage

  • salvage salvage

  • So give it a try I know people are going to notice the difference.

  • Again I'm trying something new please leave your comments and thoughts in the comments

  • section below. If you're looking for more help you can check

  • out our products on google play and itunes and all of our classes at Tarle speech.

  • Thanks everyone!

Hi everyone it's Jennifer from Tarle speech. And again this week for your question of the

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

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    Summer posted on 2021/08/14
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