Review of how to form "yuh": Tense your tongue and raise it high in your mouth. The sides of your tongue should press against your upper side teeth, just as you would for the "ee" sound. As you say "yuh", push up with your tongue so that the middle of your tongue hits the roof of your mouth, then relax and lower it. This is a voiced sound, so you will hear your voice when you say it.
Practice the following words.
Practice the following sentences.
Yes, that sounds like a good idea.
I haven’t eaten dinner yet.
Bananas are yellow.
Why are you late for work all the time?
Yesterday I took a walk.
My children are very young.
I am going to get a dog this year.
Your new car is awesome!
I’m sure you’ll feel better tomorrow.
My son used all of my lotion on his hands.
Practice the following paragraph. Every year, time seems to pass more quickly. The things we used to do when we were young may at times seem so long ago but, at other times, seem like they happened just yesterday. One minute we are playing in the yard as children, and the next we are adults with our own family. Yes, time flies, but remember to enjoy every day!
Idiom: time flies Definition: times go by quickly
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