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/d/

Voiced

did, feed

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/b/

Voiced

bib, cab

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/g/

Voiced

gap, pig

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/m/

Voiced

mom, him

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/n/

Voiced

nine, on

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/ŋ/

Voiced

sing, ringer

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/l/

Voiced

lily, well

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/v/

Voiced

vest, leave

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/ð/

Voiced

them, bathe

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/z/

Voiced

zoo, buzz

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/ʒ/

Voiced

azure, beige

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/dʒ/

Voiced

judge, ridge

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/w/

Voiced

went, we

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/j/

Voiced

you, yellow

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/r/

Voiced

red, pretty

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/t/

Voiceless

tot, feet

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/p/

Voiceless

pop, cap

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/k/

Voiceless

cap, pick

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/f/

Voiceless

fee, leaf

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/θ/

Voiceless

thing, bath

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/s/

Voiceless

sue, bus

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/ʃ/

Voiceless

shush, bush

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/h/

Voiceless

he, hate

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/tˌʃ/

Voiceless

church, rich

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/hw/

Voiceless

why

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What are consonants?

Consanants are a sound of the english language formed when breath is impeded either partially or fully during the course of its release.

The are crucial for in clear verbal communication and understanding a specific spoken word.

 

They can either be voiced or voiceless.  Many have a partner sound, called cognates, that are made precisely the same way, but without vibration of the vocal sounds.

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What are the Consonant Groups?

Stop-plosives, Continuants, Africates, and Glides

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What are the various Stop-Plosives?

/ t d /  / p b /  /k g /

(tot  did)  (pop  bib)  (cap  gap)

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What are the Continuant examples?

Nasal Continuants

/ m /  / n /  / ŋ /

(mom)  (on)  (sing)

 

Lateral Continuant

/ l /

(lily)

 

Fricative Continuants

/ f  v /    / s z /     / ɵ ð /    / ʃ ʒ /    / h /

(leaf leave) (bus buzz) (bath bathe) (rush rouge) (he)

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What are some examples of Affricates?

/ ʈˌʃ  dʒ /

(rich ridge)