The main difference between /b/ and /p/ is that /b/ is a voiced sound, whereas /p/ is just produced by the puff of air. Also, /b/ is pronounced with less air released than /p/, and this can sometimes be a more useful distinction as it is difficult to feel the vocal cords vibrating when making the /b/ sound.
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ESL VOICED B AND UNVOICED P CONSONANT SOUND PAIR
Some sounds in the English language are difficult to pronounce, because there are subtle differences, and they also sound similar to other sounds.
In this video VOICED B AND UNVOICED P CONSONANT SOUND PAIR | EASY NATIVE ENGLISH we have another two sounds that are similar. The B is voiced and the P is unvoiced.
This means, the voiced B sound creates a vibration in the vocal chords when it is pronounced and you can feel this vibration when you put your hand over the front of your neck, but no vibration is felt when you pronounce the P sound.
In the P sound the air just moves through your mouth.
The P sound is made by blowing air through your mouth as you bring your lips together and then forcing the air though your lips opening them as the air comes out.
B is produced in the same way, but this time, using a greater pressure to push the air out from your throat, causing your vocal chords to vibrate.
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Includes other combination of letters which produce the same phonetic sound.
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