Many ESL students have a hard time differentiating between with /p/ and /b/ phonemes. How are /p/ and /b/ pronounced differently?
/p/ and /b/ are both bilabial sounds. In these sounds, you start with you mouth closed. The only difference between /p/ and /b/ is that /p/ is purely a movement of air, while /b/ is a vocalization. To put it simply, you only use your air and lips to say /p/, but you must use your air, lips, and voice to say /b/. Touch your throat to feel the difference. Your throat should move only with /b/.
What verb tense is seen in this sentence? "I am eating a sandwich."
Present Continuous (Present Progressive)
What is nonverbal communication?
Nonverbal communication is any form of communication that is not made by using words. Nonverbal communication can include vocalizations however. Nonverbal communication consists of: Body Movements (Body language, gestures, posture, etc.) Vocalizations that are not words (These include sounds such as "uh-huh"