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Flashcards in Test 20170306 Articulation Deck (13)
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1

Describe & example

Bilabial

 

bat, pat

Using both lips

2

Describe & example

Dental

thin, then

using the tongue tip between or close behind the teeth

3

Describe & example

Alveolar

 

ton, noon, thin, zoom, live

using tip or blade of the tongue and the teeth ridge

4

Describe & example

Alveopalatial

sure, she, ships, shells

using the blade of the tongue and the back of the alveolar ridge

5

Describe & example

Palatal

yikes, yelling

using the front of the tongue and the hard palate

6

Describe & example

Velar

curl, girl, ring

using the back of the tongue and the soft palate (or velum)

7

Describe & example

Glottal

hoon

using the space between the vocal folds

8

Describe & example

Stop

pill, bill

Complete closure in the oral cavity

9

Describe & example

Nasal

mill, rang

complete closure but with soft palate lowered so air flows through nose

10

Describe & example

Fricative

pine, vine, thin, then

Two speech organs come close enough together to partially block airflow and create friction

11

Describe & example

Affricate

chum, chin, gin

First a complete closure is made in the oral cavity and then there is a slow releas of air so that a fricative sound is made

12

Describe & example

Lateral

lovely, lemon, liniment

A partial closure is made by the blade of the tongue agains the teeth ridge so that air can flow along the sides of the tongue and roof of the mouth

13

Describe & example

Approximant

raw, war, jive

The speech organs come close toeach other but not enough that any audible turbulence is produced