Learn To Pronounce Difficult English Pairs For Your Language
|10 Complete Lessons|
|5 Ways to Learn|
|Video, Audio, and Text|
|100% Success Rate|
|Difficult Pair Course|
|Sound Demonstrations = 60|
|Sound Words = 60 lessons|
|Beginner Sentence Modules = 60|
|Sound Academic Words|
|Sound Focus Stories = 60|
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What Are Difficult Pairs In Language:
These are often called MINIMAL PAIRS.
This means they are almost alike. Similar.
Because they are similar does not mean
that it isn't important to get them right.
Getting them wrong can be funny
or even dangerous if it makes a bad word.
I have had many problems learning them
and making mistakes that I cant hear!
Every language has sounds of their own.
There are also sounds that are very different.
Usually the mouth positions don't exist>
People just can't make the new sounds!
Here is a list of the most common
problem pairs from all over the world.
These Sounds can be similar.
The main difference is the:
L - tongue is out pressed on the upper teeth.
N = tongue is on roof of mouth inside mouth.
A few sample words: