UNIT 2 Chapter 1 Lesson 15 /tʃ/

LESSON 13 /tʃ/

HOW TO PRONOUNCE /tʃ/

                     

  1. 2.

  1. Lips are slightly rounded.
  2. The middle part of the tongue is touching the roof of the mouth, and then,
  3. The middle part of the tongue moves down a bit while still curling upwards.
  4. The air and sound passes through the middle part of the tongue.
  5. This is a voiceless sound.

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LET US PRACTICE

TWO-SYLLABLE WORDS //

 INITIAL

  1. changing
    /tʃéindʒiŋ/
  1. charming
    /tʃɑ́:ɚmiŋ/
  1. chapter
    /tʃǽptɚ/

MIDDLE

  1. achieve
    /ətʃí:v/
  1. teacher
    /tí:tʃɚ/
  1. bleacher
    /blí:tʃɚ/

FINAL

  1. mismatch
    /mismǽtʃ/
  2. ostrich
    /ɑ́:stritʃ/
  3. attach
    /ətǽtʃ/
THREE-SYLLABLE WORDS //

INITIAL

  1. challenging
    /tʃǽlindʒiŋ/
  1. charity
    /tʃǽriti:/
  1. changeable
    /tʃéindʒəbl/

MIDDLE

  1. adventure
    /ədvéntʃɚ/
  1. digestion
    /daidʒéstʃən/
  1. sandwiches
    /sǽndwitʃiz/

FINAL

  1. avalanche
    /ævəlǽntʃ/
  2. butterscotch
    /bʌ́tɚskɑːtʃ/
  3. pocket watch
    /pɑ́:kit wɑ́tʃ/

LET US PHRASE IT

  1. cherry and peach
    /tʃéri ənd píːtʃ/
  1. cheeky children
    /tʃíːki tʃíldrən/
  1. chew a cheese
    /tʃúː ə tʃíːz/
  1. catch the branch
    /kǽtʃ ðə brǽntʃ/

TONGUE TWISTER

Chatty Charlie chopped the chicken for lunch.
/tʃǽti tʃɑ́ːrli tʃɑ́ːpt ðə tʃíkin fər lʌ́ntʃ/

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