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10. j is the same as ch with a throat murmur
Pronounce joy, injure, judge. 50. Linguals. 1. I is a soft liquid murmur made by press
ing the tip of the tongue against the
2. r is made by pressing the edges of the
tongue against the upper double teeth
51. Palatals. 1. k is a soft explosive sound made by press
ing the back of the tongue against the
2. g (hard) is the same as k with a throat murmur
3. y is made by curving the center of the tongue
up against the hard palate and letting the sound out over the tongue. Pro
nounce you, young, beyond. 4. q is a combination of k and w. It is made
by sounding a k, with the lips in the position for a w.
Pronounce quick, queer, bequeath. 5. x is a combination of k and s. It is made
by sounding a k and shifting quickly to the s position, so that the two sounds almost blend.
Pronounce extra, inexact, convex. 52. Nasals. 1. m see m under Labials. 2. n is a soft singing sound made by closing
the mouth cavity with the sides and tip
3. ng is made by closing the mouth cavity with
the back of the tongue and the soft palate, and turning the sound into the nasal cavity. This is really a second sound of n and not a g sound.
Pronounce flung, singing, rang. THE SPELLING OF CONSONANT SOUNDS 53. Here are some of the common forms which the consonant sounds take. Pronounce: wh
we, square, choir, one. f
fix, stiff, physics, tough, calf, soften,
vast, helve, halve, of, nephew. р
pet, steppe, happy, hiccough.
bet, plebe, ebb, cupboard.
tip, bitter, pressed, thyme, two, debt, indict,
receipt, yacht, waste.
deal, add, loved, horde, should.
coalesce, schism, sword, listen, isthmus,
discern, czar, business, venison, beaux.
sheet, sugar, chaise, assure, official, vitiate,
fashion, Asia, social, ocean, conscience, motion, fuchsia, pshaw.