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Consonant Sound Glottal 'T' /ʔ/ as in "button" – American English Pronunciation

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This consonant sound doesn't occur in many English words. However, it's very noticeable. For that matter, it makes a lot of sense to learn to pronounce it correctly. In this video, you'll find out how to make the glottal 'T' / ʔ/ consonant, when and why it's used in words. You'll practice making this sound with a pronunciation exercise recorded by a professional speech therapist.
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