This week’s lesson is on final consonant voicing. Voicing is what happens when your throat or voice-box vibrate to make a sound. Many ESL speakers do not use final voicing and make all final consonant sounds unvoiced. This makes D sound like T which can change your intended word meaning. Using correct voicing at the end of words not only addresses consonant sounds, but it will fix some vowel mistakes too. It is a BOGO (buy one get one free) this week!
Learn how to pronounce the English words BAT and BAD /bæt & bæd/ correctly with this American English pronunciation lesson. Improve Your Accent & Speak Clearly with this video lesson. Jennifer Tarle from Tarle Speech and Language guides you through a quick pronunciation lesson with quick tips to have you sounding clearer in no time. BAT- B-short a-T /bæt/ rhymes with sat, mat, hat, pat, cat, fat, rat BAD- B-short a-D /bæd/ rhymes with sad, mad, glad, had, lad, pad