Voiceless Sounds

Voiceless sounds are speech sounds produced without vibration of the vocal cords. Examples include /p/, /t/, /k/, /f/, and /s/. Voiceless sounds contrast with voiced sounds, which involve vocal cord vibration. Teaching voiceless sounds involves helping learners identify and articulate these sounds accurately, often through listening exercises, minimal pair drills, and pronunciation practice. Mastery of voiceless sounds is crucial for clear and intelligible speech in the target language.