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Mon Jun 18 16:20:36 UTC 2012
Then write it without the air out. :-) You could even use the same mouth from 1 if you feel the lips aren't sucked in.
As far as the air out requiring puffed cheeks, no that is not the case. It just means air goes out of the mouth. It can be done without puffed cheeks. ;-)
On Jun 17, 2012, at 7:34 PM, "Rafaela Silva" <rsilva16 at MSN.COM> wrote:
> 2 - I thought that mouth movement was for blow, put the air out of the mouth which requires full cheeks. Isn't? The movement that I talk have no air, it's just opening and closing the mouth..
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