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  • In this American English pronunciation video,

  • we're going to go over how to pronounce the Y consonant.

  • To make the Y sound, the jaw drops a little bit.

  • Yy--

  • The lips may be relaxed, or they may begin to take the position of the next sound.

  • The tongue tip is down, lightly touching the back of the bottom front teeth.

  • The middle part of the tongue lifts and touches the roof of the mouth.

  • It pushes forward against the roof of the mouth before pulling away.

  • As we push the tongue forward on the roof of the mouth,

  • we close the vocal cords to get this sound. Yy-- yy--

  • which we add to the sound yyi-- yyi--

  • We release them the same time we release the tongue.

  • Relaxed jaw drop and the lips are relaxed.

  • The tongue tip is down while the middle of the tongue presses forward against the roof of the mouth.

  • The word 'yes'. The tongue tip is down,

  • while the middle of the tongue presses forward against the roof of the mouth.

  • The tongue releases into the EH as in Bed vowel.

  • The word 'youth'.

  • Notice how the lips begin to round for the next sound.

  • The OO as in Boo vowel.

  • Yell

  • The tongue tip is down while the middle of the tongue presses forward against the roof of the mouth.

  • Releasing into the EH as in Bed vowel.

  • This sound is most common at the beginning of words.

  • It doesn't occur at the end of any words

  • though the letter Y does.

  • The Y sound. Yes.

  • Youth

  • Yell

  • Example words. Repeat with me.

  • Yeah. Yy-- yeah.

  • Unusual. Yy-- unusual.

  • Senior. Yy-- senior.

  • You. Yy-- you.

  • Yesterday. Yy-- yesterday.

  • Yellow. Yy-- yellow.

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In this American English pronunciation video,

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