There have been a lot of questions about how to present the LMH sounds. I want to try and clarify things. The question people are asking is how to present the /m/ and /n/ sounds.
For those interested, here are the presentation instructions:
1) Present all sounds with the same length of presentation so that there are no clues to different the sounds. Do not vary the intonation or length of each sound presentation.
2) When doing a detection test say each sound as /a a a/, /e e e/ etc. including /m m m/ and /n n n/. We do not add a vowel for /m/ and /n/when doing a detection test because when using detection we want to be sure they are responding to the /m/ or /n/ and not the vowel.
3) When testing imitation, or repetition, use /muh, muh, muh/ and /nuh, nuh, nuh/.
The pictures for the test are available on my website www.JaneMadell.com
I hope this clarifies things. Please let me know if there are any remaining questions.