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IMRAN ALI MALLICK
BRISTOL AMERICAN LANGUAGE COACHING CENTER
Mushrooming the forward thinking-fresh ideas
IMRAN ALI MALLICK
BRISTOL AMERICAN LANGUAGE COACHING CENTER
Mushrooming the forward thinking-fresh ideas
Th Unvoiced Sound
Mouth
Position to
make
unvoiced “th”
sound
Mouth Position
Mouth Position
Mouth Position
Teeth should be
touching your tongue
but only very gently.
Each time your tongue
should be there for
abou...
CAUTION!!!
Use a
mirror to
aid you in
this step
Remember
Here are 3
exercises to help
relax the jaw, making
speech a lot clearer
3
EXERCISE NO. 1
Make wide
chewing motions
while humming
gently.
EXERCISE NO. 2
Stretch every muscle in
your jaw and face. Open
your mouth as wide as
possible (as if you were
about to yaw...
EXERCISE NO. 3
Open your mouth
wide, as in the
previous exercise,
and shut it again.
Repeat 5 times.
Th Unvoiced Sound
Th Unvoiced Sound
Th Unvoiced Sound
TH at the
End
 Math
 Mouth
 Beth
Process
1- Start off slowly,
and gradually build
up until you say
them at normal
conversation speed.
PROCESS
2-When speaking
them, exaggerate
the words, making
your tongue, jaw
and lips work hard
PROCESS
3- Begin to project
your voice and
exaggerate the
words more. This
helps you gain skill.
Th Voiced Sound
Th Voiced Sound
Th Voiced Sound
Th Voiced Sound
Th Voiced Sound
Th Voiced Sound
Th Voiced Sound
Th Voiced Sound
Th Voiced Sound
Th Voiced Sound
Th Voiced Sound
Th Voiced Sound
Th Voiced Sound
TIP NO. 1
Practice these vowel
sounds by adding any
consonant like,"paa
paw poh poo pay pee
pie, saa saw soh soo
say see s...
TIP NO. 2
You may feel a little
weird or even amused
while doing some of
these exercises, but the
more you practice them,
...
TIP NO. 3
A Few Jaw Exercises
TIP NO. 4
Say "EE"-Pull the
corners of your
lips back and say
"Eeeeee...."
TIP NO. 5
write a few sentences, then
underline the last letter of
each word. Read the paper,
exaggerate the last letter,
...
TIP NO. 6
Say "AW"- (like
"Arkansas" -- drop the
jaw).
CLEAR SPEECH TIPS
CLEAR SPEECH TIPS
CLEAR SPEECH TIPS
CLEAR SPEECH TIPS
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I sometime feel Clear speech is much important than speaking English. I believe we speak to be heard clearly. My Training program can help anybody living on this planet to soften his accent. We, I believe, already have some accent I, honestly, can change with sounds training and especially mouth position and articulation. This is, in bottom line, is a big stink, where we need to work hard. Just feel free to contact for mote details and explanation. You can watch my videos on www.dailymotion.com. or tweet me at TALKCLEARSPEECH, call me at +92 333 6952129, add me on skype: mikelitman1979

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CLEAR SPEECH TIPS

  1. 1. IMRAN ALI MALLICK BRISTOL AMERICAN LANGUAGE COACHING CENTER Mushrooming the forward thinking-fresh ideas
  2. 2. IMRAN ALI MALLICK BRISTOL AMERICAN LANGUAGE COACHING CENTER Mushrooming the forward thinking-fresh ideas
  3. 3. Th Unvoiced Sound Mouth Position to make unvoiced “th” sound
  4. 4. Mouth Position
  5. 5. Mouth Position
  6. 6. Mouth Position Teeth should be touching your tongue but only very gently. Each time your tongue should be there for about one second.
  7. 7. CAUTION!!! Use a mirror to aid you in this step
  8. 8. Remember Here are 3 exercises to help relax the jaw, making speech a lot clearer 3
  9. 9. EXERCISE NO. 1 Make wide chewing motions while humming gently.
  10. 10. EXERCISE NO. 2 Stretch every muscle in your jaw and face. Open your mouth as wide as possible (as if you were about to yawn), while moving your jaw in circles, and sideways.
  11. 11. EXERCISE NO. 3 Open your mouth wide, as in the previous exercise, and shut it again. Repeat 5 times.
  12. 12. Th Unvoiced Sound
  13. 13. Th Unvoiced Sound
  14. 14. Th Unvoiced Sound TH at the End  Math  Mouth  Beth
  15. 15. Process 1- Start off slowly, and gradually build up until you say them at normal conversation speed.
  16. 16. PROCESS 2-When speaking them, exaggerate the words, making your tongue, jaw and lips work hard
  17. 17. PROCESS 3- Begin to project your voice and exaggerate the words more. This helps you gain skill.
  18. 18. Th Voiced Sound
  19. 19. Th Voiced Sound
  20. 20. Th Voiced Sound
  21. 21. Th Voiced Sound
  22. 22. Th Voiced Sound
  23. 23. Th Voiced Sound
  24. 24. Th Voiced Sound
  25. 25. Th Voiced Sound
  26. 26. Th Voiced Sound
  27. 27. Th Voiced Sound
  28. 28. Th Voiced Sound
  29. 29. Th Voiced Sound
  30. 30. Th Voiced Sound
  31. 31. TIP NO. 1 Practice these vowel sounds by adding any consonant like,"paa paw poh poo pay pee pie, saa saw soh soo say see sigh.."
  32. 32. TIP NO. 2 You may feel a little weird or even amused while doing some of these exercises, but the more you practice them, the easier and rewarding it will become
  33. 33. TIP NO. 3 A Few Jaw Exercises
  34. 34. TIP NO. 4 Say "EE"-Pull the corners of your lips back and say "Eeeeee...."
  35. 35. TIP NO. 5 write a few sentences, then underline the last letter of each word. Read the paper, exaggerate the last letter, then pause for a few seconds. You could also put commas between a lot of the words.
  36. 36. TIP NO. 6 Say "AW"- (like "Arkansas" -- drop the jaw).

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