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    that's really great !!

    is that all i have to do is memorize the list of voiceless sounds,where they are read as "t",then i can read them correctly when i come across different words?

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    I was about to delete the post. The URL was not good enough. And no, please don't memorize them. You have to feel them. :D

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    Here you go! Fantastic!
    http://www.uiowa.edu/~acadtech/phone.../frameset.html

    Try the 'fricative' examples. Get a feel of what FRC said.

    :D

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    that is ,to feel them,if it is voiceless,it is read as "t" sound?

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    You nailed that one!

    And 'd' is voiced.

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    ^__^

    I am going through that site now.
    I love you so much~thank you!!~

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