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Consonant Sound /k/ as in "key" American English Pronunciation

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High Intermediate
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The /k/ sound is familiar to most people and may seem easy to pronounce. However, the American /k/ is more complicated than you think. And it's certainly different from the one in your native language. After watching this video you'll be one more step closer to speaking with an American accent. You'll practice making this sound with several pronunciation exercises with the /k/ sound recorded by the best speech therapist specializing in accent modification in the US.
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