Tag Archives: consonants

Chinese III

Happy Saturday everyone! In the third installment of Chinese, we will finish up our Chinese vowels (looking at “O” and U”) and will also cover consonant sounds in Chinese. There aren’t many consonant rules as most sounds are spelled how they would sound in normal English. Enjoy!

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Sanskrit/Hindi III

Hi everyone, hope everyone has had a restful weekend! This week we will take a look at the consonant sounds and spellings of Hindi and Sanskrit. These are fairly simple, but it is important to keep that sneaky “h” in mind! There are a lot of consonant blends, such as “bh” or “dh” that pop up in words from Hindi or Sanskrit. Enjoy!

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Japanese III

Hello everyone! I hope everyone is doing well. This week, we will continue forward by looking at consonants in Japanese – while the consonant spellings are fairly unique to the language, they are really simple and consistent, to our advantage. Enjoy!

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Greek V

Hi everyone! Happy Summer! Today we will finish up the Greek consonants, so we will wrap up our Greek rules. In the next video, we will take a look at our sample words and how all these rules apply to them.

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Greek IV

Hi everyone! I hope everyone’s summer has kicked off to a great start! Now that we are done with Greek vowels, we can move on to Greek consonants starting with this video. Greek has some unique consonant spellings, which can be seen in the many Greek roots out there. Spelling bees usually love to test how well you know these Greek consonant spellings, and the roots come in very handy for just that.

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German VI

Happy Saturday everyone! Today we will take a look at the final installment of the German series. Here we will go over our ten sample words and understand why they are spelled the way they are. Enjoy…Auf Wiedersehen! 🙂

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German V

Good morning everyone. Today’s video covers some of the more complex rules of German. Again, these are pretty unique to German words. Enjoy!

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