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1 + Phonetics Articulatory Phonetics; *Manner of Articulation: -( how the sounds are articulated,why) 1.Stops 2.Fricatives 3.Affricates 4.Nasals 5.liquids 6.Glides 7.The glottal stop and the flap

2 + *Manner of Articulation: -( how the sounds are articulated,why)

3 + 1.Stops : The consonant sounds that are resulting from a blocking or stopping effect on the airstream. Pen - Back Ten - Door King - gun [p] voiceless bilabial stop [b] voiced bilabial stop [t] voiceless alveolar stop [d] voiced alveolar stop [k] voiceless velar stop [g] voiced velar stop

4 + 2. Fricatives : The consonant sounds that are resulting from almost blocking the airstream and having the air pushed through the very narrow opening. Fish - van three - then sound – zoo shop – measure

5 + Fish - van three - then sound – zoo shop - measure [f] voiceless labiodental fricative [v] voiced labiodental fricative [ θ ] voiceless dental fricative [ð ] voiced dental fricative [s] voiceless alveolar fricative [z] voiced alveolar fricative [ ʃ ] voiceless palatal fricative [ ʒ ] voiced palatal fricative

6 + 3. Affricates: The consonant sounds that are resulting from a friction that caused by combining a brief stopping of the airstream with an obstructed release. child - jeep [t ʃ ] voiceless palatal affricate [d ʒ ] voiced palatal affricate

7 + 4. Nasals: The consonant sounds that are resulting from lowering the velum allowing the airstream to flow out through the nose. Mouth Nose Sing [ m ] voiced bilabial nasal [ n ] voiced alveolar nasal [ ŋ ] voiced velar nasal

8 + 5. Liquids : Led Red [ l ] voiced alveolar liquid [ r ] voiced alveolar liquid

9 + 6. Glides : Wet Yes Hi [ w ] voiced bilabial glide [ j ] voiced palatal glide [ h ] voiceless glottal glide (fricative)

10 + The glottal stop and the flap: The glottal stop: [ ʔ ] It occurs when the space between the vocal cords (the glottis) is closed completely (very briefly), then released. Oh oh Uh-uh What have you got? I forgot the hat

11 + The flap: [D] or [ ɾ ] This sound is produced by the tongue tip tapping the alveolar ridge briefly. [t], [d] Dad / daddy metal/ medal Writer/rider


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