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What are fricatives? How are they made? Which sounds are they?
Friction sounds, made from the partial closing of the mouth and allowing air to be pushed through e.g v, sh, f, s, z, THe, THis ect.
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What are plosives? How are they made? Which sounds are they?
Sounds made from the closure of the mouth released by an explosive burst of air. e.g, p, b, k, t ect.
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What are nasals? How are they made? Which sounds are they?
Complete closure of the mouth, so airflow is diverted out through the nose. e.g m, n and teNURE
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What are affricates? How are they made? Which sounds are they?
Closing of the mouth, followed by airflow (plosive+fricative) e.g ch, and Judge
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What are approximates? How are they made? Which sounds are they?
Open semi-vowels, e.g w, r, y
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What is the aspirate? How is it made? Which sound is it?
Open semi-vowel, continuous airflow, voiceless e.g h
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What is the glottal stop? How is it made? Which sound is it?
Consonantal sound, which swallows Ts, caused by obstructing airflow in the glottis e.g Bu??er, Ga?wick
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What are laterals? How are they made? Which sound is it?
When air is allowed to pass around both sides of the tongue. e.g l
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What are plosives? How are they made? Which sounds are they?

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Sounds made from the closure of the mouth released by an explosive burst of air. e.g, p, b, k, t ect.

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What are nasals? How are they made? Which sounds are they?

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What are affricates? How are they made? Which sounds are they?

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