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4 Difficult Sounds for English Speakers Mandarin Chinese – Second (Rising) Tone. Mandarin Chinese is a tonal language, which means that the tone – or pitch – of a word is essential to conveying its meaning. Spanish, Italian, and Others – The Tongue Trill. Arabic – Letter ح Icelandic – The Double L.

  • The Top 5 Pronunciation Issues are as follows:
  • Individual words are inappropriately stressed.
  • Putting too much emphasis on the improper words in a statement.
  • Incorrectly pronouncing particular consonant sounds.
  • Short and long vowel sounds are mixed together.
  • Forgetting to complete your sentences.

5 Difficult sounds in English
The “TH” sound. This is one of the trickiest sounds and to add insult to injury, there are two distinct ways to pronounce it!
'the “W” and “V” sounds.
the “b” and “v” sounds.
The “ed” sound.
The “l” and “r” sounds.

A hard sound is similar to a click in general. Keep, day, play, garage is an example of a single sound generated with one breath.

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