Consonants ‘qu’ and ‘j’

Teacher: Sarah    Runtime: 2:56     Series: Phonics      icon-heart Donate     
[junkie-tabs] [junkie-tab title=”Video Information”] This video will teach the phonic sounds of ‘qu’ and ‘j’.  You can start to say words like “quack” and “jab”.  These are very useful English phonic sounds that you need to learn.

Please repeat after Sarah. Watch her mouth and copy her.  Keep practicing and you will get better. [/junkie-tab][junkie-tab title=”한글”] 사라 선생님은 영어 자음 소리 ‘qu’와 ‘j’를 가르쳐 줍니다. 영어 자음과 모음 소리를 하나 하나 따라하는 것은 매우 중요합니다. [/junkie-tab][junkie-tab title=”Script”] [Part 1]

Let’s listen to the letters ‘Q-u’, and ‘J’.

“Q-u”
“qu”
“qu”
“qu”

and “J”.
“j”
“j”
“j”

Please listen carefully and always repeat the letter and the word after me.

Let’s get started.

0:28 [Part 2]

“Q-u”

‘Q’ and ‘U’ are always together.

They make the sound “qu”.

Like ‘K-W’
“qu”
“qu”
“qu”

“q-u-a”

Repeat after me.

“qua”
“qua”
“qua”

“q-u-a-c-k”
“quack”
“quack”
“quack”

1:01 [Part 3]

“J”.
“j”
“j”
“j”

“j-a”

Repeat after me.

“ja”
“ja”
“ja”

“j-a-b”
“jab”
“jab”
“jab”

“j-a-m”
“jam”
“jam”
“jam”

“j-a-c-k”
“jack”
“jack”
“jack”

1:46 [Part 4]

Let’s practice some sentences.

Please repeat after me.

“Pam can quack.”
“Pam can quack.”

“Jan had jam and ham.”
“Jan had jam and ham.”

“Sam can jab a cat.”
“Sam can jab a cat.”

Excellent!

Thank you for listening.

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