Place and manner of articulation

Cards that describe some of the phonology terminology that might be useful for A Level English :)

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P

as in part

is a voiceless bilabial plosive.

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B

as in but

is a voiced bilabial plosive.

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M

as in mat

is a voiced bilabial nasal sound.

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W

as in will

is a voiced bilabial approximant sound.

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F

as in food

is a voiceless labiodental fricative.

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V

as in voice

is a voiced labiodental fricative.

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TH

as in thing

is a voiceless dental fricative

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TH

as in this

is a voiced dental fricative.

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T

as in too

is a voiceless alveolar plosive.

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D

as in did

is a voiced alveolar plosive.

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S

as in see

is a voiceless alveolar plosive.

Also sibilance - repetition of "s" sounds.

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Z

as in zoo

is a voiced alveolar fricative.

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N

as in not

is a voiced alveolar nasal sound.

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L

as in let

is a alveolar lateral sound.

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R

as in red

is a post-alveolar approximant.

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SH

as in she

is a voiceless palato-alveolar fricative.

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SH

as in measure

is a voiced palato-alveolar fricative.

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CH

as in chin

is a voiceless palato-alveolar affricate.

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J

as in joke

is a voiced palato-alveolar affricate.

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Y

as in yes

is a voiced palatal approximant.

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K

as in kiss

is a voiceless velar plosive.

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G

is in get

is a voiced velar plosive.

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N

as in long

is a voiced velar nasal sound.

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H

as in has

is a voiceless glottal fricative.

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