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|Speech Modification American Accent Training|
Having trouble getting the voicing on final g words? Sometimes it is easier to say these sounds in two-word phrases (e.g. dug up can be easier to say than dug.). Keep your voice going from the vowel in dug to the starting vowel of up. Use the recordings below to try it out.
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How to use this page
Find your target sound. Listen to the words. Repeat each word until you are confident in your pronunciation. Use your recording tool to record the sample and your word. Playback and compare. Repeat until your production matches the sample.