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Phonetics COMD Taylor Transcription Practice & Consonants in Review
Describe the following: /p/ voiceless bilabial stop /b/ voiced bilabial stop /d/ voiced alveolar stop
/t/ voiceless alveolar stop /g/ voiced velar stop /ŋ/ (voiced) velar nasal
/r/ (voiced) alveolar (central) approximant /l/ (voiced) alveolar lateral (approximant) /v/ voiced labiodental fricative
/s/ voiceless alveolar fricative /t ʃ / voiceless alveopalatal affricate /d ʒ / voiced alveopalatal affricate
Give the IPA for the following: voiceled labiodental fricative [v] voiced alveolar fricative [z] voiced bilabial nasal [m] voiced velar nasal [ŋ] voiced alveopalatal fricative [ ʒ ]
voiceless alveopalatal fricative [ ʃ ] voiced alveopalatal affricate [d ʒ ] voiced velar stop/plosive [g] (voiceless) glottal stop [ ʔ ] voiceless glottal fricative [h]
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