International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA)

Plosives
p, b, t, g, k (g and k are commonly back plosives) they stop the airflow before a sudden release
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Fricatives
f, v, z, ʃ, θ, ð, s - friction as the air is forced through a small gap
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Affricates
tʃ, dʒ - a brief blockage with an obstructed release causing friction
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Nasal
m, n, ŋ - airstream forced though nasal cavity
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Lateral/Liquid
l - airflow slides off the tongue
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Approximant/Glide
r, w, j - organs of speech approach but not enough to produce a plosive, fricative or nasal.
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Bilabial
p. m, b - both lips come together
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Labiodental
f, v - upper teeth and lower lip come together
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Interdental
θ, ð - tongue in between upper and lower teeth
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Alveolar
n, s, d, t, z, l - tongue at the alveolar ridge behind the teeth
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Post Alveolar/Palatal
tʃ, dʒ, ʃ, ʒ, upside down r, j
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Velar
k, g, w,ŋ - produced from the back of the mouth
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Glottal
h, ? (without the dot) - bit gross feeling
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Card 2

Front

f, v, z, ʃ, θ, ð, s - friction as the air is forced through a small gap

Back

Fricatives

Card 3

Front

tʃ, dʒ - a brief blockage with an obstructed release causing friction

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

m, n, ŋ - airstream forced though nasal cavity

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

l - airflow slides off the tongue

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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