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Sound by Sound American English Phonetic Pronunciation of the word 'Perpetuate'

Practicing the sound by sound pronunciation table of the word 'Perpetuate' will help you improve your spoken American English.

#1: /p/
LipsThe lips start together. Then they separate.
TeethThere is a separation between the teeth.
AirAir passes through the mouth. First, the air stops. Then, it flows.
Vocal ChordsThe vocal cords do not vibrate.
#2: /ə/
TongueThe tongue remains forward and relaxed.
LipsThe lips relax.
JawThe jaw drops.
Vocal ChordsThe vocal cords vibrate.
#3: /r/
TongueThe tongue forms an arch near the roof of the mouth. It does not touch any part of the mouth.
AirThe air flows through a narrow space in your mouth.
Vocal ChordsThe vocal cords vibrate.
#5: /p/
LipsThe lips start together. Then they separate.
TeethThere is a separation between the teeth.
AirAir passes through the mouth. First, the air stops. Then, it flows.
Vocal ChordsThe vocal cords do not vibrate.
#6: /ɛ/
TongueThe tongue tip touches the back of the bottom front teeth. The middle part of the tongue arches up towards the roof of the mouth.
JawThe jaw drops.
Vocal ChordsThe vocal cords vibrate.
#7: /ʧ/
TongueThe tongue raises. It touches the roof of the mouth. Then it presses the roof of the mouth. Finally, it releases.
LipsThe corners of the lips are in. The rest of the lips flare.
TeethThe teeth are together.
AirThe air passes through the mouth. The air builds up when tongue presses the roof of the mouth. The air comes through when the tongue releases.
Vocal ChordsThe vocal cords do not vibrate.
#8: /ə/
TongueThe tongue remains forward and relaxed.
LipsThe lips relax.
JawThe jaw drops.
Vocal ChordsThe vocal cords vibrate.
#9: /ˌ/
#10: /w/
TongueThe back of the tongue reaches up high in the back. It does not touch the soft palate. The front part of the tongue remains forward. It touches the bottom front teeth.
LipsThe lips form a rounded shape. They move away from the face.
Vocal ChordsThe vocal cords vibrate.
#11: /e/
TongueThe tongue is high at the front of the mouth. It is not at the top of the mouth.
LipsThe lips are smiling.
JawThe jaw drops, opening the mouth a little bit.
Vocal ChordsThe vocal cords vibrate.
#12: /ɪ/
TongueThe tongue raises high in the mouth. It moves to the front of the mouth. Then the tip of the tongue moves behind the bottom front teeth. The tongue remains relaxed in the front of the mouth.
LipsThe lips separated and relaxed.
JawThe jaw drops and the mouth opens a little bit.
Vocal ChordsThe vocal cords vibrate.
#13: /t/
TongueThe tongue will come up. The front part will touch the roof of the mouth behind the top teeth. Then it will pull down to release the air.
TeethThe teeth are together. Then they separate.
AirAir passes through the mouth. First, the air stops. Then, it flows.
Vocal ChordsThe vocal cords do not vibrate.

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