Minimal Pairs /ð/ and /z/

In a previous post, we introduced pronunciation practice with minimal pairs l and r. Here’s another quick list of minimal pairs th and z. There are beginner, intermediate, and advanced vocabulary you can repeat out loud. Remember, it’s especially useful to try these words in real conversation or with a practice partner so you can check if people understand your pronunciation.


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Minimal Pairs /l/ and /r/

Do you have trouble pronouncing l and r words, especially if they sound similar? For example, can you pronounce lane and rain clearly? These kinds of words are known as pair words.

English Club has a list of /l/ and /r/ minimal pairs that you can practice repeating out loud. There are beginner, intermediate, and advanced vocabulary. It’s quick practice that you can do regularly, and then use the words in real conversation. Check with your friends or teachers to see if your pronunciation is clear or not.


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