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2021.01.08 14:25

P / F pronunciation difference in 🇺🇸🇲🇽🇫🇷

P uses 2 lips. It

is a "stop air" sound.
F uses top teeth and bottom lip. It us an "air flow" sound.

For Korean speakers, see minute 4.40 in this video.

This video includes practice exercises.
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  • Alia 알리아 2021.01.08 16:59

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    It us an "air flow" sound.

    It is an "air flow" sound.

  • Gervanei A Souza 2021.01.08 14:47

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    Oi me ajude com inglês
  • Anthony 2021.01.08 14:49

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    For Korean P/F, B/V is most difficult pronounciation. 😄
  • Son JH 2021.01.08 14:59

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    thank you. 😊
  • Alia 알리아 2021.01.08 15:02

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    @Gervanei A Souza Olà, sim🙂
  • Alia 알리아 2021.01.08 15:04

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    @Anthony I know^^😉 unfortunately i have not found a good video that compares both sounds. This is the best I could find. There is a huge difference between B, P and V, F so I thought this video might be helpful for Korean speakers.🙂. Spanish speakers have huge difficulty pronouncing B anc V differently.
  • Alia 알리아 2021.01.08 15:05

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    @Son JH You are most welcome🙂
  • Gervanei A Souza 2021.01.08 15:07

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    @Alia 알리아 eu não sei nada de inglês você pode me ajudar
  • Maria luiza 2021.01.08 15:38

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    Thanks
  • Anthony 2021.01.08 15:38

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    @Alia 알리아 Yes_ I know, but we are not used to it. That's the problem. I'll try. Thsnk you.
  • Alia 알리아 2021.01.08 16:11

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    @Gervanei A Souza Você pode participar de qualquer uma das minhas aulas aqui no meu perfil sempre que quiser. Não me comunico por mensagens privadas. Será um prazer atendê-lo aqui🙂.
  • Alia 알리아 2021.01.08 16:12

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    @Maria luiza Olá🙂. My pleasure.
  • Alia 알리아 2021.01.08 16:13

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    @Anthony It is paramount in all 3 languages. I am sure all of you can improve by paying attention to how to articulate👍🏻.
  • Anthony 2021.01.08 19:09

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    @Alia 알리아 I appreciate your kind reply. 👌👍😄
  • SweetGraceCanada🦋 2021.01.08 19:21

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    Thank you~~~🤩 Alia~~~👍🏻
  • Gervanei A Souza 2021.01.08 21:02

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    @Alia 알리아 hello
  • Happyday_야생고릴라🦍 2021.01.08 21:53

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    ¡Olé! Thank you so much!!!! 🙇🏻 I really need this! 💃
  • Alia 알리아 2021.01.08 21:58

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    @SweetGraceCanada🦋 @Anthony @Happyday_야생고릴라🦍 A pleasure to help😍👍🏻 Have a great day~🌞
  • HJin 2021.01.08 23:59

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    You mean all P and F sounds is same in Eng, Fra, and Esp?
  • Alia 알리아 2021.01.09 07:35

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    @HJin To be fair, the P sound in English is stronger. But otherwise yes. P and F in all 3 languages are produced the same way. So if you get those properly differentiated you can pronounce them in those and in other languages too (Italian or Portuguese too for example)😃 It also helps with pronouncing B and V in mos of those 5 languages (except Spanish, which does not officially have a V sound, only B).😉
  • HJin 2021.01.09 13:10

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    @Alia 알리아 I got all except V sound! Vamos? Bamos? are those same?
  • Alia 알리아 2021.01.09 16:32

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    @HJin You got it👍🏻😉 We normally say "bamos" even if it is written "vamos". There is also a lighter B in Spanish but that is another topic. Actually, a good one to post about. Thanks for giving me new ideas for posts😃🙏🏻!
  • 미소 Marie 2021.01.10 16:32

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    I think that this video is so helpful 😊😊😊
  • Alia 알리아 2021.01.10 16:36

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    @미소 Marie I am really glad you think so🙂🙏🏻! I'll leave it pinned^^.

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