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When you pronounce "examples" does your tongue touches the bank behind your upper teeth?
Thanks.

EDIT: bank should be 'bump' or 'area'
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LiveinjapanWhen you pronounce "examples" does your tongue touches the bank area behind your upper teeth?

Yes. The touching makes the L. Not touching is going to make an R.

CJ
Thanks, CJ.
When I say 'example' it's okay but 'examples' it's a bit difficult for me. I don't want to be misunderstood so I'll practice!!!
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Hi,
does your tongue touches the bank behind your upper teeth?

Perhaps you are thinking of the idiom, 'Put your money where your mouth is'?

Best wishes, Clive

Thanks, Clive.
You are right!Emotion: big smile
LiveinjapanThanks, CJ.
When I say 'example' it's okay but 'examples' it's a bit difficult for me. I don't want to be misunderstood so I'll practice!!!

If you can say "pulls", you've almost got it.

It sounds similar to exam-pulls.

CJ
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I think I got it!
Thanks so much, CJ.