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How to pronounce words ending in S


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hi my name is Emma and today we are going to do a lesson on pronunciation

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so we're going to learn about s endings and the three different ways you

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pronounce them

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so first off when do we use an S ending

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we use it for verbs in the present tense

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third-person singular like likes laughs loves knows we also use s is for

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possesses its as an example we use it for plural nouns

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dogs cats horses and finally we use it for contractions

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it's is it is so there are four different times we use s any means

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now they all follow the same pronunciation rule

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so whether it's a verb whether it's a noun whatever we're talking about we use

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the same pronunciation rules so I said before there are three different ways to

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pronounce esas as endings

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we have where there's a bit of a vibration in your throat

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so just to practice the sound comes from your mouth

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here it comes from your throat and this is a jet sound and finally this is

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written in the phonetic alphabet which is a sound alphabet and alphabet based

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on sound but this represents the the sound is almost is ok so let's get

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started

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so to begin I want you to listen to the way i pronounce the ends of these words

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so listen carefully and think to yourself should go in the S sound

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I category the head or the is

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act let's get started likes likes which one is yours

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this is likes so it has an S sound likes

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it's AIT's which one do you think it's again it doesn't vibrate in your throat

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it comes from the mouth at the end it's the three dogs dogs to be here at our is

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dogs

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if you said Zhu Zhu sound

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you are correct dogs cats cats

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so sometimes it's a little difficult to hear the ending I want to try really

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hard

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cats

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so listen to the difference dogs cats

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do you hear the difference in the s pronunciation and then we have horses

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horses

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so this is a case of the is sound horses horses laps laps lakhs if you feel your

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throat laughs the ending it doesn't vibrate meaning it comes from the mouth

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so we know it's laughs there's no said sound dishes dishes

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he knows he knows

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did you hear an snr is that sound that sound knows

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Owens Owens loves love's again

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I know it's difficult maybe to hear but there's a set down at the end loves

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sports sports an S sound sports surprises surprises which one do you

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think it's like horses and editions surprises

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and finally our example of a contraction

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it's it's so just like a snake that's found its ok so i want you to repeat

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after me and try to focus on the sound of the the vibration of your throat if

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it's a said sound or if it comes from your mouth

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if it's a sound and listen again for for what I say if it sounds like an answer

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is that

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likes likes it

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it's cats cats

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laughs laps

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sports sports

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it's it

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so again you hear us at the end of each of those

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let's try these ones now so again it's going to be a zed sound dog's nose ohms

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loves so it does that sound and it comes from living at the throat and finally

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the it sound

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this is going to be two syllables horses dishes surprises

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so there's an added syllable with the is ok so next we're going to talk about how

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do I know when to make the sound the sound and the is sound

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ok so now we are going to learn the rules of s endings and how to pronounce

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them

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so first we have is like i said before this is the phonetic spelling

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so the the ieee international phonetic alphabet spelling and this is how it

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would look if you weren't using the phonetic alphabet so it's the is sound

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as in dishes

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so when do we use is well if the word ends in an S sound so up here i have to

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alphabets

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so if you know the international phonetic alphabet follow this one if you

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don't know the international phonetic alphabet

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then follow this one this is our regular alphabet

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ok so in terms of is pronunciation

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if a word ends with the sound like

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when I went with an S sound then you would use is if it ends in it said sound

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use is should sound as in dish dishes you use is shun you use is chip and just

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like judges

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ok 4s pronunciation

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so that's like a snake pronunciation

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if the word ends in a sound as in p

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so like jeep the car you drive a jeep cheeks

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it ends in the S sound tea

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I think I beats the food you eat eat

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it has an S sound k book here it ends in a case on books

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f we also use the sound and th notes this your mouths mouths finally is that

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pronunciation

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so when do we use that pronunciation so this is actually longer listen the other

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two we use that pronunciation

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when the word ends in a book sound like a bee

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but addy sound a G sound

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remember the example dog dogs a V sound love ends in a visa and so loves it has

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a said sound th again

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the difference with these two th is is with one th you don't feel a vibration

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so pop that it comes from the mouth while the other one

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it is very similar methods in the same division

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it comes from the the throat so certain th words uses the M so groom when you

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get married 'there's a bride and groom grooms has that sound and the words that

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end with an n sound in so singing for example sing things he sings a song

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it's going to have a said sound finally l and r

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ok so if you would like to practice more

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come check out our quiz at ww.com thanks take care

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