How to Learn Pronunciation through Movement


By: Harriet Cook

Pronunciation is not just about sound, but also about movement – movement of the lips, tongue, throat, and vocal system as a whole. It is a skill that can be both taught and learnt. In this video Dr Aaron Ralby from Linguisticator explains the three primary components of pronunciation: place of articulation, manner of articulation, and voicing. Together these components make up the fundamental aspects of pronunciation - you can learn a proper accent by feeling the sounds rather than just hearing them.

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