Pronunciation tip: Daniel Sitteth

At rehearsal Feb 13, Ming noted the handy mnemonic “Daniel Sitteth”. It’s a guide that applies when any of the consonants in Daniel Sitteth (D, N, L, S, T, TH) precede a “u” sound. The rule states that you introduce a j-glide sound after the consonant. J-glide is denoted phonetically as “ju” and is pronounced like the opening sound in “young”. Examples in the short video below.

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