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This presentation will help learners practice pronunciation "J" sound in English.

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    • Hanoi, 11st April 2013 CLASS E2 / j / consonant Bich Phuong – Ha Nga
    • CONTENTPART 1. THEORYPART 2. PRACTICE
    • HOW TO PRONOUNCE /J//j/ sound:A Palatal Approximant Consonant
    • HOW TO PRONOUNCE /J/• Velum raised• The tongue body approaches the hard palate• Lips are neutral to spread but rounded inanticipation of round vowels. Begin with the sound /iː/ and move your tongue quickly to make the next sound.
    • HOW TO PRONOUNCE /J/"y" is usually pronounced /j/ Ex. yellow /ˈjeləʊ/"u" can be pronounced /jʊ / or /juː/ Ex. mutual / ˈmjuːtʃuəl/"ui" can be pronounced /juː / Ex. suit /sjuːt/"ea" can be pronounced /j/ Ex. Beautiful / ˈbjuːtɪfl /
    • Activity 1: Listen and repeat Young /jʌŋ/ Yak / jæk/ Year /jɪər/ Yesterday /ˈjestərdeɪ/ Yard /jɑːrd/ Usual /ˈjuːʒuəl/ Yes /jes/ University /juːnɪˈvɜːrsəti/ Your /jɔː(r)/ Interview /ˈɪntərvjuː/ Yam / jæm/ Suit / sjuːt/
    • Activity 2: Find the word that is most different from others 1. A. tuition B. suitable C. suitor /tjuːˈɪʃən/ /ˈsjuːtəbļ/ /ˈsjuːtə(r)/ 2. A. beauty B. suicide C. cucumbe /ˈbjuːti/ /ˈsuːɪsaɪd/ / ˈkju ːk ʌmbə(r)/ 3. A. yolk B. judge C. juice /jəʊk/ / dʒʌdʒ/ /d ʒu:s/ 4. A. mutual B. milk C. mute /ˈmjuːtʃuəl/ /milk/ / ˌmjuːt/ 5. A. jeans B. just C. ja /dʒi:nz/ /dʒʌst/ /ja:/
    • Activity 3: Practice in pair 1. She is a young university student. /ʃiː ɪz ə jʌŋ ˌjuːnɪˈvɜːrsəti ˈstjuːdənt/ 2. I’m waiting in the queue for an interview. /aɪmˈweɪtɪŋ ɪn ðə kjuː ˈfər ən ˈɪntərvjuː/ 3. May I use your iron? /meɪ aɪ juːz jɔː(r)ˈaɪən/ 4. Yes, you may use it any time. /jes juː meɪ juːz ɪt ˈeni taɪm/ 5. He’s a popular hockey player this year.
    • Sources:http://www.pronunciationtips.com/consonant_j.htmhttp://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~krussll/phonetics/articulation/describing-consonants.htmlhttp://www.tienganh123.com/phat-am-tieng-anh-co-ban/1538-consonant-j-phu-am-j.html
    • Sources:http://www.pronunciationtips.com/consonant_j.htmhttp://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~krussll/phonetics/articulation/describing-consonants.htmlhttp://www.tienganh123.com/phat-am-tieng-anh-co-ban/1538-consonant-j-phu-am-j.html