Consonant Sound /p/ as in "pie" - American English Pronunciation | eJOY English
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Consonant Sound /p/ as in "pie" - American English Pronunciation

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The /p/ sound is familiar to most people and its pronunciation may seem fairly easy. Yet the American /p/ is not that simple. There are many ways this sound is pronounced, depending on its position in a word. In this video, you'll learn the American pronunciation of the /p/ sound, including little-known pronunciation rules, such as aspiration and final stop rule. You'll also practice the /p/ sound with pronunciation exercises
  • Unit 2: diphthongs
  • Unit 4: Consonant Sound (unvoiced)
  • Unit 3: Consonant Sound (Voiced)
  • Unit 5: Common mistake
  • Unit 1: monophthongs
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