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Consonants: Part 2 of 4

In this lesson we will cover 12 letters. Six pairs/ of regular/aspirated letters associated with the K, G, Ch, J, P and B sounds.

K Sounds
K:

Transliteration: "k"
Pronunciation: 'k' in King



k

Aspirated K:

Transliteration: "kh"
Pronunciation: 'k h' in Book Him



kh



G Sounds
G:

Transliteration: "g"
Pronunciation: 'g' in Good



g

Aspirated G:

Transliteration: "gh"
Pronunciation: 'g h' in Big House



gh



Ch Sounds
Note: This is pronounced "ch" but transliterated a "c". "ch" is for the Aspirated version.

Ch:

Transliteration: "c"
Pronunciation: 'ch' in Chance



c

Aspirated Ch:

Transliteration: "ch"
Pronunciation: 'ch' in Teacher



ch



J Sounds
J:

Transliteration: "j"
Pronunciation: 'j' in Jungle



j

Aspirated J:

Transliteration: "jh"
Pronunciation: 'g' in Magical



jh



P Sounds
P:

Transliteration: "p"
Pronunciation: 'p' in Pool



p

Aspirated P:

Transliteration: "ph"
Pronunciation: 'ph' in Phone



ph



B Sounds
B:

Transliteration: "b"
Pronunciation: 'b' in Bet



b

Aspirated B:

Transliteration: "bh"
Pronunciation: 'bb' in Clobber



bh