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Hi, everyone! I'm Melanie, and this is an English pronunciation lesson on how to pronounce
the letters L and R at the beginning of a word or a syllable.
You need a small mirror so you can make sure that your mouth is doing the same thing as
my mouth.
Let's get started!
This is the letter l. This is the symbol for the the /l/ consonant sound.
This is the letter r. This is the symbol for the English consonant sound, however most
dictionaries and English pronunciation books use this
symbol instead.
The L and R consonant sounds are continuants. We can continue making these sounds as long
as we have air in our lungs. The sound does not change until
we move into a new sound. When L & R occur at the beginning of a word or a syllable,
they are always followed by a vowel sound, so the L & R consonant
sounds smoothly move into the vowel sounds.
When I make the /l/ consonant sound, my lips are completely relaxed. My lips are slightly
open, but they don't move and they're not rounded.
Check your lips in your mirror. Make sure your lips are in the same position as mine.
When I make the /r/ consonant sound, the corners of my lips move in, my lips are rounded, and
they stick out a bit.
Check your mirror. Make sure your lips are in the same position as my lips.
If you don't have the same /r/ sound in your language, it can feel very awkward making
this sound. Many of my students tell me is that they
feel silly making this sound. It does not feel natural or comfortable, and they worry
that they'll look funny with their lips sticking out.
It is very important for you to know that you don't look silly making this sound. You
look like you're speaking English!
When I make the /l/ sound, the tip of my tongue is pressed against the gum ridge. In your
mouth, the gum ridge is the area right behind your top teeth.
You should be able to feel a hard, flat surface right behind your teeth top teeth. That's
where you want to place the tip of your tongue.
There are two ways you can make the /r/ sound.
It's very important to remember that your tongue does not - DOES NOT! - touch the top
of your mouth. That's very important!
When I make the /r/ sound, I can feel that my tongue is curled up - not all the way back
and not touching the top of my mouth. It's just curled slightly
up, pointing towards the gum ridge.
However, if that is too difficult for you, here is an easier way ...
In the back of your mouth, press the back sides of your tongue up against your back
top teeth, while keeping the front of your tongue down.
Try both methods and find the one that works best for you.
Practice these sounds for at least 15 mintues every day until they feel as natural and comfortable
as sounds in your language. You have to teach your
brain the correct mouth position for these two English sounds.
In the next video, we'll practice some words, phrases, and sentences with l and r at the
beginning of a word or syllable.
I hope you enjoyed this video! Thanks for watching. I'm Melanie from EnglishTeacherMelanie.com.
Goodbye everyone!
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L and R - Part 1 - English Pronunciation Lesson (ESL)

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Sam 2015 年 4 月 26 日 に公開
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