How Are Sound Produced?

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When air from lungs passes across vocal chords.
Production of a sound can be affected by a number of factors.
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How your airstreams is controlled.
The place where the sound is made – lips, tongue, teeth, roof of mouth. The sound is voiced or unvoiced
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Unvoiced
Made without vibrating the vocal chords
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Voiced
Made by vibrating the vocal chords
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Sounds are?
categorised
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Plosives
consonant produced by stopping the flow of air at same point and suddenly releasing it (stopped consonant) unvoiced ( p t k) and Voiced (b d g)
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Fricatives
airflow is only practically blocked and air moves through the mouth in a steady stream. Unvoiced (f th ) – thigh - (s sh h) and Voiced (v th) - thy
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Affricates
created by putting plosives and fricatives together unvoiced – ch (church) and voiced –dg (judge)
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Approximant
similar to vowel sounds produced by putting an articular e.g. tongue against another part of the vocal. Voiced (m n ng)
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Laterals
created by putting tongue on the bridge of teeth and moving air down side of the mouth. Voiced (I)
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How your airstreams is controlled.

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The place where the sound is made – lips, tongue, teeth, roof of mouth. The sound is voiced or unvoiced

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Unvoiced

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Voiced

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Sounds are?

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