每天学个英语知识点 Voiceless Consonants 清辅音

Voiceless Consonants 清辅音

I’ve heard from some classmates that some voiceless consonants will be pronounced as voiced ones. I’d like to ask you in which situation will such things occur. Could you please tell me? Thank you.

Wang Yunxiu, China

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This week we answer a question about an important but sometimes confusing subject; this is using voiced and voiceless consonants.

You can’t see the difference but you can hear it. Just put your finger on you throat when you make the sound. If you feel a vibration, the consonant is voiced. If there’s not, it’s voiceless. Sometimes the only difference between two words is if they are said with a voiced or voiceless consonant so it’s important to get them right.

Voiced and voiceless consonants can be a confusing subject

It’s important to not to confuse how letters are written and how they are pronounced. This is especially true when looking at the endings of past tense regular verbs. Join Rob and Feifei as they give some pronunciation tips.

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