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Sign up for our free webinar on July 8 from 1-2 PM central time.  We will review the top consonant mistakes that ESL speakers make. Click the link to sign up:  https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/529569354

Top consonant mistakes of Farsi speakers

1.  Say D instead of a hard TH (sounds like day instead of they) 2.  Say T instead of a soft TH (sounds like tin instead of thin) 3.  Say V instead of W (sounds like vine instead of wine) 4.  Do not use voicing at the end of words (sounds like cap instead of cab) 5.  Do not use sounds at the end of words (sounds like flow instead of float) 6.  Say a sound before consonant blends (sounds like eschool instead of school) 7.  Roll R’s (sounds like rrrrrrrrrright instead of right) Tarle Consonant Products For Farsi Speakers: Here is a collection of downloads targeted at Farsi Speakers working on their top consonant mistakes [eshop_show_product id=”531,530,532,508,514,512,510,929,405,927,403,954,423,933,409,907,388,911,395,923,399,933,409,937,414,952,421,974,435,905,354,909,393,913,397,931,407,935,950,419,959,427,” panels=”no” form=”yes” imgsize=”25″ class=”dldlist”]

Top consonant mistakes of Hindi speakers

1.  Say P for F (sounds like pig instead of fig) 2.  Say W for V (sounds like wine instead of vine) 3.  Say T for the soft “TH” sound (sounds like tin instead of thin) 4.  Say D instead of the hard “TH” (sounds like day instead of they) 5.  Roll R’s (sounds like rrrrrrrrrun instead of run) 6.  Do not use voicing at the end of words (sounds like cap instead of cab) 7.  Leave off ending sounds on words (sounds like day instead of date)

Top consonant mistakes of Czech speakers

1.  Say V instead of W (sounds like Vic instead of wick) 2.  Say Z or D instead of a hard TH (sounds like zay or day instead of they) 3.  Say S or T instead of a soft TH (sounds like sin or tin instead of thin) 4.  Roll R’s (sounds like rrrrrun  instead of run) 5.  Say S instead of Z (sounds like Sue instead of zoo) 6.  Do not use voicing at the end of words (sounds like cap instead of cab) 7.  Say SH intead of CH (sounds like shin instead of chin) 8.  Say CH instead of J (sound like chin instead of gin) 9.  Leave off sounds at the end of words (sounds like boo instead of boot)

Top consonant mistakes of Thai speakers

1.  Say W instead of V (sounds like wine instead of vine) 2.  Say T instead of the soft “TH” (sounds like tin instead of thin) 3.  Say D instead of the hard “TH” (sounds like day instead of they) 4.  Say S instead of Z (sounds like Sue instead of zoo) 5.  Say SH instead of CH (sounds like shin instead of chin) 6.  Confuse R and L (sounds like rain or lane) 7.  Leave out sounds in consonant blends (sounds like tip instead of trip)

Top consonant mistakes of Japanese speakers

1.  Confuse B and V (sounds like berry or very) 2.  Say S instead of the soft “TH” (sounds like sin instead of thin) 3.  Say D or Z instead of the hard “TH” (sounds like day or zay instead of they) 4.  Say J instead of Z (sounds like Jew instead of zoo) 5.  Say R instead of L (sounds like room instead of loom) 6.  Say L instead of R (sounds like liver instead of river) 7.  Do not use voicing at the end of words (sounds like cap instead of cab) 8.  Leave of sounds (especially the N and L) at the end of words (sounds like sigh instead of sign)

Top consonant mistakes of Arabic speakers

1.  Say D or Z instead of a hard TH (sounds like day or zay instead of they) 2.  Say S instead of a soft TH (sounds like sin or fin instead of thin) 3.  Say ZH instead of J (sounds like Jacques instead of jock) 4.  Roll the R (sounds like rrrrrrrrrun instead of run) 5.  Do not use voicing at the end of words (sounds like cap instead of cab)

Top consonant mistakes of Cantonese speakers

1.  Say D instead of a hard TH (sounds like day instead of they) 2.  Say F instead of a soft TH (sounds like fin instead of thin) 3.  Say S instead of Z (sounds like Sue instead of zoo) 4.  Say S instead of SH (sounds like Sue instead of shoe) 5.  Say W instead of R (sounds like weed instead of read) 6.  Do not use voicing at the end of words (sounds like cap instead of cab) 7.  Leave off sounds at the end of words (sounds like shoe instead of shoot) 8.  Leave out sounds in consonant clusters (sound like roll instead of scroll) 9.  Confuse R and L in consonant clusters (sounds like play or pray)

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