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                ?Hi! This video covers the /h/ sound.

                As you might have guessed, /h/ is a voiceless sound.

                It is a fricative, which means, you may feel some friction or airflow on the back of your tongue.

                You make the /h/ sound by relaxing the back of your tongue and releasing air.

                You will feel the air between the back of your tongue and the soft palate. Like this, /h/.

                Some English learners will find that they make the /h/ sound a bit further back, so it sounds more like this, /h/ or this, /h/.

                In this case, you'll want to move the sound forward and relax the back of your throat a bit more.

                So think about sighing, like this.

                And then take away the vowel, /h/.

                Another challenge comes into play depending on the vowel sound that follows the /h/ .

                Sometimes, when it's followed by a /u/ or /?/ sound, it can be a bit more challenging.

                And the reason for this is that the consonant /h/ is placed closely to these two back vowel sounds.

                So let's try practicing the /h/ sound in relation to the /u/ sound and the /?/ sound.

                Your challenge is to gently release your breath on the /h/ and then add the voice of the vowel sound.

                So try this with me.

                /h/, /u/, who.

                /h/, /u/, whose.

                /h/, /u/, hoot.

                /h/, /u/, hoop.

                /h/, /?/, hook.

                /h/, /?/, hooked.

                Can you feel the /h/ before the vowel?

                Now, for an extra challenge, let's try the /h/ before the yu sound.

                First, let's try the combination together.

                /h/, yu, hu, /h/, yu, hu, /h/, yu, hu, /h/, yu, hu.

                And now let's try a few words.






                Keep up your practice on EnglishCentral and good luck!

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