the airstream is briefly stopped in the oral cavity, thus building up pressure before it is released
sounds in which airstream is not totally stopped, but is obstructed to a narrow area.
these sounds combine a stop and a fricative, pronounced in rapid succession.
Little or no obstruction to the airstream in the mouth
the airstream is obstructed but not so much to stop or cause friction
air stream is directed primarily through the nasal cavity
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