Linking Continuous into Discontinuous Consonants
When linking from a continuous consonant into a discontinuous consonant, the continuous consonant sound is maintained through approach of the discontinuous consonant. Then, the air is stopped and released as the discontinuous consonant. This is the same effect as transitioning from a continuous consonant into a discontinuous consonant within a word.
Practice linking continuous consonants into discontinuous consonants:
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