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  • Hello everyone.

  • It's jennifer from Charles speech with your two for Tuesday, two words that are pronounced exactly the same, but they have different spellings and different meanings.

  • Our home a phones for today are might, which is a tiny bug and might meaning could possibly, or physical strength.

  • So to say these words correctly.

  • Three little sounds.

  • Start with the m lips together.

  • Air moves out of your nose.

  • Move to the long I.

  • And to do this.

  • Open your mouth.

  • Wide tip of the tongue is very low back of the tongue is pulled high up and then close the mouth to a smile and your tongue will be high and flat.

  • I end with the teeth.

  • Do this by touching the tip of your tongue to the back of your top front teeth and pulling it down.

  • Put it all together.

  • I might might, might, might, might, might.

  • And now for a sentence I might move the rocks but I am afraid that there might be mites.

  • Give it a try.

  • I know people are going to notice the difference.

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A2 tongue speech teeth mouth mite homophone

How to Pronounce MITE & MIGHT - American English Homophone Pronunciation Lesson

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    林宜悉 posted on 2022/04/11
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