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english phonetics

  • It is a stop consonant
  • Bilabial
  • occurs when the lips meet
  • Example: Mad, make
  • It is a stop consonant
  • Deaf Bilabial
  • occurs when the lips meet and then part abruptly
  • Example: Paper, Please.

Consonant Sounds

  • Alveolar
  • Retract your tongue to the middle of your mouth, near where it rests. When saying the word, you should curve your lips a little, but the tongue should not touch the gum
  • Example: Read, Right
  • Alveolar
  • Contact of the tongue with the back of your teeth and the upper gum
  • Example: look, love

Consonant Sounds

  • Velar
  • The lips are drawn out and rounded, the sound is generated in the throat and the tongue
  • is at the level of the throat and lips.
  • Example: Wake, walk

Consonant Sounds

Choice: /ɔɪ/
Mouth: /aʊ/


Example: car, eating, sleep

- Genially

Content word: expresses the most important idea in a sentence, includes nouns and verbs, and also gives concrete information.

Example: With, and, by, can, but.

- Genially

Function Word: grammatically connects to the words of the content, they help to complete the idea

Will you go to university tomorrow?

Why did you walk?

Where are you from?

Will you come soon?

This happens when the pitch of your voice rises at the end of a sentence. It is used with questions that have a yes or no answer.


This is when the tone of your voice is lower at the end of the sentence, it is used in the most common sentences and questions that do not have a yes or no answer.