Consonant to Vowel Linking Practice B – #79650

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Consonant to Vowel Linking Practice B – #79650

This page provides additional practice for connecting consonants to vowels. This practice page covers how to connect a word ending in two consonants to a word beginning in a vowel. First, listen to the audio. The speaker will read a few phrases. Notice how she connects a word ending in two consonants to a word beginning with a vowel. Repeat after her when she says a new phrase. Then, look at the phrases written below. The examples will show you where to connect. Read each one 3 times while connecting your speech.

english pronunciation practiceLISTEN

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english pronunciation practicePRACTICE

When the first word ends in two consonants and the second word starts with a vowel,
the final consonant is connected to the second word.

Practice saying these phrases.

  1. reports and presentations
  2. they tried to stand out
  3. recovers and utilizes
  4. thinks of new developments
  5. mind over matter
  6. research and development
  7. cost increase
  8. tools and supplies
  9. trust is deserved
  10. it’s a result of the merger

More Practice
Try these related pages to help you practice connecting consonants to vowels: 
Consonant to Vowel Linking
Consonant to Vowel Linking Practice A
Consonant to Vowel Linking Quiz

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