Correcting burr requires persistence and high motivation. If you have a burning desire to learn how to pronounce naughty sounds, it remains only to regularly perform simple exercises.
How to stop burping a child?
Classes with children should be carried out in a playful way. In this case, the child must be aware that he wants to achieve the correct pronunciation.
Ask the child to lay his head on your lap and suck his tongue against the palate. With clean fingers, thumb and forefinger, press the edges of the tongue to the sky, and leave the tip free. Ask your child to forcefully blow their tongue. Usually at this time there is a vibration of the tongue.
Let the child lift his broad tongue and place its tip behind his upper teeth. Ask your child to make a long “zh” sound that resembles a buzzing sound. You will hear [h] with the sound [g] or [g] with the sound [g].
Correcting burr largely depends on the regular implementation of the next exercise. The language of the child should be broad and tense. You need the index finger of your child or your own try to "get" the baby's tongue. Wrap a straight, clean finger with a handkerchief or put a bottle pacifier on it. Place your finger under the tip of your tongue and make quick movements from side to side. A rumbling sound is heard.
Explain to the baby that the tongue during the exercise should not move and should be tense, like a guitar string.
You can say that the child’s tongue is a small motor to start. Let the baby practice to cause a rumbling vibration of the tongue. Over time, he will be able to remove his finger and independently pull for a while the sound [p]. As a result of constant studies, the child will be able to pronounce this sound without the help of a finger.
How to stop burr if an independent vibration of the tongue does not occur for a long time? Go to the pronunciation of words with the sound [p], also use your finger.
How to stop burping an adult?
Since the speech apparatus of an adult is already formed, and sounds are out of habit pronounced with errors, you will need to show willpower. Nevertheless, burriness in adults is quite correctable.
1. Two minutes slowly, but non-stop, repeat three sounds: “te-le-de”. Then say this combination of sounds at an accelerated pace for five minutes. When pronouncing the sound “le”, the tip of the tongue should be at the tubercles behind the upper teeth. Gradually, you will begin to get [p].
2. Speak a combination of sounds “de-te-de”. Pronounce the first sound “de” as you usually do, and the second “de” should resemble an English sound [d]. Pronounce it so that the tip of the tongue is located on the tubercles above the upper front teeth. Say a combination of sounds slowly and non-stop for seven minutes. Repeat these sounds at an accelerated pace until you feel that you have a clear [p].
3. Practice pronunciation of words with sound [p]. Repeat the following words ten times: dart, shot, dart, throttle, bustard, trembling, firewood, troll, cable, trolleybus, thrombus, thigh, bucket, wisely, cunningly, metro, construction, shaving, haircut, rainbow, tram, fear, treshka, joy, hi, stench, sort, enmity, board.
You will no longer wonder, “How to stop burr?” If you do the exercises in the morning, afternoon and evening every day.