Pronunciation Practice: l and r sounds

l and r soundsThis week’s video will focus on the sounds ‘l’ and ‘r’. These two sounds can be difficult, especially for students from Asia whose first language is Japanese, Chinese or Korean. Click on the link below and have a look at Tim’s jing video. It teaches you the difference between ‘l’ and ‘r’. At the end there is a tongue twister … red lorry, yellow lorry, red lorry, yellow lorry … 🙂 Why don’t you send us a video with your tongue twister? Have fun practising!

Link to l & r jing video.

Did you find this video helpful? Would you like us to produce a video practising specific sounds? Please leave us a comment, we would love to hear from you.

* Jing videos use flash and do not run on Apple devices. Apologies! *

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