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035 L as in Luck and R as in Red

British English Pronunciation - BUY & KEEP FOREVER • 9m 18s

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    The sounds “M”, “N” and “NG” are nasal sounds - so called because the sound of the voice is pushed into your nasal resonating cavities. These are excellent sounds to use when you want to improve the resonance of your voice.

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    Our final pair of voiced and unvoiced sounds are “S” and “Z”.

    These sounds are alveolar fricatives so the breath is channeled straight forward into the alveolar ridge: “SSS” “ZZZ”

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