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Consonant Sound /d/ as in "dog" American English Pronunciation
The /d/ sound is familiar to many non-native English speakers and its pronunciation may seem fairly easy. However, the American /d/ is not that simple. Depending on its position in a word, it may be aspirated or unaspirated. In this video, you'll learn pronunciation rules for the /d/ consonant. You'll practice making this sound with several pronunciation exercises recorded by a professional speech therapist.
- Unit 2: diphthongs
- Unit 4: Consonant Sound (unvoiced)
- Unit 3: Consonant Sound (Voiced)
- Unit 5: Common mistake
- Unit 1: monophthongs