UNIT 2 Chapter 1 Lesson 16 /dʒ/

LESSON 14 /dʒ/

HOW TO PRONOUNCE

                                                   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 voiced sound.

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LET US PRACTICE

Practice pronouncing the /dʒ/ sound using the words below.

HOW TO PRACTICE

  1. LISTEN to the audio file.
  2. COPY how the words are pronounced.
  3. SLOWLY read the words.
  4. LOOK at your mouth and tongue movement using a MIRROR.
  5. ALWAYS practice.
TWO-SYLLABLE WORDS /dʒ/

 INITIAL

  1. giraffe
    /dʒərǽf/
  1. journal
    /dʒɚ́:nl/
  1. ginger
    /dʒíndʒɚ/

MIDDLE

  1. badger
    /bǽdʒɚ/
  1. aging
    /éidʒiŋ/
  1. magic
    /mǽdʒik/

FINAL

  1. courage
    /kə́:ridʒ/
  2. image
    /ímidʒ/
  3. knowledge
    /nɑ́:lidʒ/
THREE-SYLLABLE WORDS /dʒ/

INITIAL

  1. generous
    /dʒénərəs/
  1. juvenile
    /dʒúvinl/
  1. journalist
    /dʒɚ̀:nəlist/

MEDIAL

  1. agency
    /éidʒənsi/
  1. cabbages
    /kǽbidʒiz/
  1. algebra
    /ǽldʒibrə/

FINAL

  1. beverage
    /bévəridʒ/
  2. advantage
    /ədvǽntidʒ/
  3. average
    /ǽvəridʒ/

LET US PHRASE IT

  1. an original passage
    /ən ərídʒənl pǽsidʒ/
  1. the judge’s objection
    /ðə dʒʌdʒiz əbdʒekʃn/
  1. a privileged village
    /ə privəlidʒd vilidʒ/
  1. the refrigerated vegetables
    /ðə rifrídʒəreitid vedʒtəblz/

TONGUE TWISTER

Joe and Jane imagined bungee jumping.
/dʒóu ənd dʒéin imǽdʒind bʌ́ndʒi: dʒʌ́mpiŋ/

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