Consonant Letters Practice – #79040

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Consonant Letters Practice – #79040

This audio recording and practice will help you learn how to correctly pronounce the names of the consonants. First, listen to the recording and follow the letters on the page as you do it. Next, listen to the recording for a second time and “shadow” the speaker. Shadowing means to repeat what you hear as quickly as you can. This is a great way to learn how to pronounce the letters but also to help you become a more fluent English speaker in general.

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Consonants are all the letters in the alphabet that are not vowels. (B, C, D, F, G…)
 

You need to be able to pronounce the names of consonants when you spell a word.
 

(These sounds are how we read the NAMES of the letters. They do not always have this
sound when the whole word is spoken.)
 

B
 

C
 

D
 

F
 

G
 

H
 

J
 

K
 

L
 

M
 

N
 

P
 

Q
 

R
 

S
 

T
 

V
 

W
 

X
 

Y
 

Z

More Practice
Try these related pages to help you with the sounds you might be having difficulty with:
Consonant Sounds Practice
Introduction to American English Pronunciation
Vowel Letters Practice

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