Review of how to form "m": To form the "m" sound, place your lips together so that no air escapes through your mouth. Keep your lips together as you say the sound. The "m" is a voiced sound, so you will hear your voice when you say it. It is also a member of the group of consonants called the "nasal sounds" because it goes through the nose when saying it.
Illustration of correct lip placement Illustration of correct tongue placement
Practice the following words.
1. same 2. home 3. mom 4. game 5. Jim 6. problem 7. name 8. him 9. them 10. aim
11. room 12. from 13. thumb 14. gym 15. calm 16. some 17. I'm 18. time 19. came 20. dime
Practice the following sentences.
I’ve lived in the samehome for ten years.
My thumb was numb from the cold.
My son’s name is Jim.
There was a problem during the open forum.
All of them enjoyed playing that game.
We stayed calm when the smoke alarm sounded.
Jack’s mom works with a personal trainer at the gym.
I’m going to pick up that dime.
Our aim is to complete the project on time.
Matt’s cousin came to see him about a problemsome time ago.
Practice the following paragraph. I’m always late for everything, it seems. At least, that’s what my friend Jim often tells me. To be honest, my mom has been telling me the same thing my entire life. The problem is that I don’t like to hurry in whatever I do, so I take a little too long completing tasks. Fromtime to time, this can be a problem at work, so I am going to take some measures to work harder. Hopefully, things will improve for me over the next month.
Idiom: from time to time Definition: occasionally
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