manner of production
tells how a sound is formed
manner. complete closure of the vocal tract. so air stops. release/burst
frequently occuring allophone
manner. produced with narrow constriction of vocal tract and air goes thru continuous noise. s sound. note: alveolar and palatal _____ are more intense, called stridents or siblants. narrow constriction where air escapes.
manner. open velopharynx, energy thru nose. complete closure, but open velopharyngeal port
manner. vowel-like consonant, constriction only a bit greater than for vowels, l and r.
lateral and rhotic
the 2 kinds of liquids
kind of liquid. midline closure, lateral opening for sound transmission-air out sides of mouth.
kind of liquid. 2 ways to produce: 1) tongue tip curled in back slightly and not touching alveolar ridge. 2) bunched tongue in palatal area of mouth.
manner. produced with gliding motion, partly constricted state to more open state. j and w
manner. stop plus fricative, only palatal place of production, church and judge. ch and j
what manner?: can, keep, chorus, bed, pot
what manner?: name, man, nose, knew
what manner?: this, saw, zipper, happy, phone, show, thigh, fate
what manner?: gin, choose, job
what manner?: red, ring, lamb
what manner?: wheel, wail, whine, yes
stop, nasal, fricative, affricative, liquid, glide
what are the 6 manner of artics?