该课程是Paul S Gruber 保罗格罗博士，美国英语发音主教练录制的视频教程。
1. Consonant L
Your bottom jaw should be as wide open as possible.
Your tongue should RISE UP (independently of your jaw) and touch right behind your top teeth.
Produce the ‘L’ sound by dropping and relaxing your tongue.
Practice “LA, LA, LA“, keeping your bottom jaw lowered and open while only raising your tongue.
L at the beginning of words
L in the middle of words
L at the end of a word
To produce an L at the end of a word, remember to slowly raise your tongue upward, towards your upper teeth, while keeping your bottom jaw as open as possible. The L sound comes from the tongue movement, not from the placement.
(Using your finger to push down on your bottom teeth to keep your jaw open, may be helpful for practicing.)
The lollipop fell into the cool water.
Her driver’s license was pulled out of the blue golf bag.
Blake’s bowling ball fell under his tools.
Carl could not locate the lemons or the limes.
The school was a mile away from the hill.
The golf club was made of steel.
Al’s goal was to play baseball with Carol.
A certified letter was delivered for the enrollment list.
It was revealing to look at the smiling lawyer.
【FL Blend Poem】
A flea and a fly, flew up in a flue.
Said the flea, “Let us fly!“
Said the fly, “Let us flee!“
So they flew through a flaw in the flue.
【Practice using Will】
Will you empty the garbage?
Will you ask her to clean the kitchen?
Will you prepare a meal for the children?
When will you begin your studies at college?
When will she purchase the dress for her wedding?
Why will he ask them to stay late at work?
Why will she bring her baby to the meeting?
How will they know if our flight is delayed?
Where will the child be going next year?
Where will they put all of the pillows?
What will she do with the millions of dollars she won?
【Comparing R and L】
Red - Led
Rick - Lick
Reef - Leaf
Rear - Lear
Rest - Less
Grass - Glass
Crime - Climb
Free - Flee
【L and R Combinations】