Many of the consonant sounds in English are as expected for the ABC alphabet, but there are also a few strange sounds to be learnt.
For example, in Spanish, an H at the end of a word is not pronounced, so the word Spanish would sound like Spanis, and rhyme with kiss.
In English however, the combination SH has a new identity, and sounds like SH in SHeep.
The word SPANISH is then pronounced SpaniSH and not Spanis.
There are other such combinations:
CH sounds like the CH in Church, NG sounds like NG in thiNG,
and TH can sound like THin or THere.
Looking at the first 12 sounds on the full list:
1) P sounds like the P in Pen,
2) F as in Five,
3) M as in Me,
4) B as in Book,
5) V as in Very.
Indian speakers need to be careful to separate the sounds of V as in Very and the sound of W as in We, which don't sound the same.
6) N as in Nine,
7) T as in Ten,
8) NG as in loNG
9) D as in Do and
10) H as in House.
TH is an unusual combination because it has 2 different sounds,
11) TH as in THing sounds different from
12) TH as in THis.
P as in Pen
Listen and RepeatContext sentence: I draw pictures with my PENCIL .
F as in Five
Listen and RepeatContext sentence: My pet is a FISH .
M as in Me
Listen and RepeatContext sentence: I eat with my MOUTH .
B as in Book
Listen and RepeatContext sentence: I sleep in my BED .