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Consonants

Consonants

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Published by: MOHAMMAD AGUS SALIM EL BAHRI on Jan 01, 2009
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06/16/2009

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Consonants
 
Consonants can be described in terms of :State of vocal cords Voiced (+), voiceless (-)Place of articulation
Central
or 
Lateral
articulation
Oral
(velic closure) or 
Nasal
(lowered) soundsManner of articulation
 
 
Voiced / Voiceless
[+
voice
]:b, d, g, m, n, ŋ, v, ð, z,
ӡ
, r, l, w, j[-
voice
]:p, t, k, f, θ, s,
 ʃ, h
 
 
Places of Articulation
Bilabial (Lt: labia):
made with two lips (
 pie, buy,my 
)
Labiodental
:
 
lower lip and upper front teeth(
fie,vie; fan, van
)
Dental (Lt: dentes)
:
 
tongue tip or blade and upper front teeth (
thigh, thy 
)
Alveolar 
:
 
tongue tip or blade and the alveolar ridge(
tie, die, nigh, sigh, zeal, lie
)
Retroflex
:
 
tongue tip and the back of the alveolar ridge (
rye, row, ray 
)
Palato-Alveolar 
:
 
tongue blade and the back of thealveolar ridge
/
 ʃ/ in
(
shy, she, show 
), /
ʒ
/
in
measure
,
/ t
 ʃ / in (
choke
)
Palatal
:
 
front of the tongue and hard palate (
ou 
)
Velar 
:
 
back of the tongue and soft palate (
ha
ng 
)

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