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  1. Final Consonant Sounds How to pronounce final consonantsin English

  2. In this lesson you will learn: • The difference between voiced and voiceless consonant sounds. • How to pronounce common word final consonants. • How to lengthen the vowel sounds before voiced consonants.

  3. Final Consonant Sounds • Final consonant sounds can be very difficult for students of English. • Some students omit final consonants altogether. • Some students confuse the sounds of word final voiced and voiceless consonants.

  4. Voiced and Voiceless Consonants • When you say a voiceless sound you should NOT feel a vibration in your throat. • When you say a voiced sound you should feel a vibration in your throat. • The vowel sound before a voiced consonant is held longer than vowels before voiceless consonants.

  5. Voiced and Voiceless Consonants • Rest your fingers on your throat and say the word “need”. The /d/ sound is voiced so you should feel a vibration. • Now say the word “neat”. The /t/ sound is NOT voiced so you should NOT feel a vibration.

  6. Cover your ears with your hands and say neat and need price and prize lap and lab Which words sound louder? When you cover your ears the low frequencies in voiced consonants will sound especially loud. Listening Practice(cover your ears)

  7. Voiced cab log teethe heed leave advise Voiceless cap lock teeth heat leaf advice Voiced and Voiceless Final Consonants.Pronounce each pair of words. You should feel a vibration in your throat when you say the words ending with a voiced sound.

  8. /f/ safe half relief belief off life leaf proof /v/ save have relieve believe of live leave prove Words with Voiceless and Voiced SoundsListen and repeat each pair of words. Can you hear the difference in the consonant sounds?

  9. safe half relief belief off life leaf proof saave haave relieeve belieeve oof liive leeave proove Vowel Lengthening. Listen and repeat each pair of words. Vowels before voiced consonants are held longer.

  10. Column 1 safe half relief belief off life leaf proof Column 2 save have relieve believe of live leave prove Sound Discrimination Drill I’ll say a word from one column, you say the word from the OTHER column.

  11. Column 1 safe neighborhood half a cookie relief from pain belief in god off the road life on earth proof of purchase Column 2 save neighborhood have a cookie relieve from pain believe in god of the road live on earth prove the purchase Listening and Speaking Drill Your partner says one phrase. You say the other. Lengthen the vowels before the voiced consonants.

  12. Speaking Drill Say the dialogs below with a partner. A. Where do you save your money? B. I keep my money in a safe. A. Will you have a cookie? B. I’ll just have a half. A. Did the pill relieve your pain? B. Yes, the pill gave me some relief.

  13. Listening and Writing Drill I’ll say a word with one sound, you write the word with the other sound.

  14. Answers

  15. /s/ price loose rice peace advice use excuse close /z/ prize lose rise peas advise use (v) excuse (v) close (v) Listen and RepeatNew words with voiceless and voiced sounds. Can you hear the difference in the consonant sounds?

  16. price loose rice peace advice use excuse close prize lose rise peas advise use excuse close Sound Discrimination Drill (eyes closed)I’ll say the word with the voiceless sound, you say the word with the voiced sound. Then do the same with your partner.

  17. Say each word. Lengthen the vowel sound. prize lose (v) rise (v) peas advise (v) use(v) excuse (v) close (v) Speaking Drill with Voiced Sounds

  18. Speaking Drill Say the dialogs below with a partner. A. Did you lose your key? B. Yes, it came loose from the keychain. A. What advice do you have for me? B. I advise you to be on time. A. Did the teacher excuse her from class? B. Yes, she had a doctor’s excuse.

  19. Listening and Writing Drill I’ll say a word with one sound, you write the word with the other sound.

  20. Answers

  21. Listening and Speaking Drill Say a phrase. Your partner should say the other phrase. nouns/adjectives half a cookie safe money loose change doctor’s excuse belief in yourself class use verbs have a cookie save money lose change excuse from class believe in yourself use for class

  22. Independent PracticeWord Lists • Write four words with a voiceless final consonant sound. • Write four words with a voiced final consonant sound.

  23. Partner Dictation • Write the numbers 1-8 on your paper. • Each partner will dictate the words from their list. • Write down the words you hear. • Check with your partner to see if your words match.

  24. Final Consonant Review • Final consonant sounds can be voiced or voiceless. • Voiced sounds cause a vibration in your throat. • Voiceless sounds do not cause a vibration. • Vowels before voiced sounds are lengthened.

  25. The End • Thanks for participating today. Don’t forget to practice your pronunciation!