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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
The B sound is _____________ because it always vibrates.

The P sound is _____________ because it does not vibrate.

Where do you feel the vibration of the sounds you speak?

Place your fingers on your throat where your vocal cords are, and pronounce the following words slowly:
bay
play

Place your fingers on your throat where your vocal cords are, and pronounce the following words slowly:
big
pig

Place your fingers on your throat where your vocal cords are, and pronounce the following words slowly:
buy
pie

Place your fingers on your throat where your vocal cords are, and pronounce the following words slowly:
base
pace

Place your fingers on your throat where your vocal cords are, and pronounce the following words slowly:
pub
pup

Try pronouncing this sentence: "I tied a rope around my robe."

Try pronouncing these two rhyming words: "bleed" and "plead".


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9 Comments on “Speak English like a North American: How to pronounce P & B”


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thank you very much Ms.Ronnie

waiting for your next lesson

Thursday, November 14th 2019

Thanks very much, Ronnie that is cool lesson até a proxima!!!

Thursday, November 14th 2019

Can you make a video about how to determine the time in a second way, please?

Thursday, November 14th 2019

I got 10/10, the lesson is quite easily due to your explaination is clearly. Thank Ronnie

Thursday, November 14th 2019

Hi Ronnie,

which language doesn´t contain P or B ?
It´s quite interesting.

I have watched the series Hawai 5-0 and have realized that there is no R (neither written nor spoken form) in the hawaian language.

Thursday, November 14th 2019

thanks a lot Ronnie

Thursday, November 14th 2019

What a pleased and useful lesson – thank you

Friday, November 15th 2019

Hi Ronnie, thank you for this great lesson!
It’s useful for improving my english pronouncing.

Friday, November 15th 2019

Thanks a lot Ronnie

Friday, November 15th 2019
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