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Whether vocal cords are pulled back (voiceless or unvoiced) or vibrate (voiced) when a consonant sound is produced.
passive and active articulators are brought very close together and create friction as air passes through the mouth. /f/
Distinguished by the position of the tongue. Articulators are near near each other but not enough to impede airflow entirely. /l/, /r/
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