Review of how to form “n”: Place the tip and front of your tongue on the roof of your mouth just behind your upper front teeth. The sides of your tongue should rest against the upper side teeth. The "n" belongs to the group of consonants called the "nasal sounds" because your voice goes through your nose. This is a voiced sound, so you will hear your voice as you say it.
Illustration of correct mouth and tongue placement Illustration of correct tongue placement
Practice the following words.
1. sooner 2. money 3. another 4. canary 5. channel 6. winner 7. funny 8. anyone 9. cannot 20. many
11. minute 12. dinner 13. finish 14. frowning 15. final 16. Dana 17. any 18. generous 19. energy 20. sunny
Practice the following sentences. 1. The sooner you can come to sunny Florida, the better. 2. There is another new channel on TV. 3. I don’t have enough money to buy the canary. 4. The winner of the contest was a funny man. 5. I cannot imagine that many birds flying together. 6. Dana has more energy than anyone. 7. If you keep frowning, you’ll miss dinner. 8. Finish the final question on your test. 9. Mark is so generous, he would help any of us. 10. I’ll be done in just a minute.
Practice the following paragraph. Another new game show is on my favorite TV channel. It is a funny show where many contestants can be winners. Anyone with a lot of energy and a sunnydisposition can be eligible to participate. Contestants have one minute to make up a joke, and the audience decides who the winner is. The winner gets a lot of money and gets to be part of another show until he loses. Then, a new contestant is chosen.
Idiom: a sunny disposition Definition: a cheerful and happy demeanor
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