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What are nasals?
nasals (such as the [m] in month or [n] in north) are produced by letting the
air escape through the nasal rather than the oral cavity.
what are affricatives?
affricates (such as the [ ]in John or [ ]in chip) combine the two previous
manners of articulation: they start out as a plosive and end as a fricative.
what are trills?
– trills (such as the [r] in red in Scottish English) are produced by vibration
of part of the tongue against a place of articulation (see below).
What are plosives?
plosives (such as the [p] in tip or [k] in brook) are produced by building up
air pressure inside the mouth through a complete closure. The air is then
allowed to escape in one go.
What are homonyms?
Lemmas that have the same form but are completely unrelated
what are fricatives?
fricatives (such as the [f] in flat or [s] in street) are produced by an almost
complete narrowing of the vocal tract and then an expulsion of the air
through the narrow passage.
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