Terminology to describe consonants. Fill in the blanks.
Match the items on the right to the items on the left.
A (1) ___________ is a sound that comes out of the mouth without any obstruction.
A (2) _____________ is a sound that has some impediment that squeezes, stops or reroutes the sound before it leaves the mouth.
The (3)___________ is the spot in the mouth where the obstruction takes place.
The (6) ___________ of the vocal cords or the lack of it determines if a consonant is voiced or voiceless.
A consonant is (8) ___________ when there is a vibration of the vocal cords.
A consonant is (9) ___________ when there is NO vibration of the vocal cords.
Voicing: [p] is a (10)___________ sound.
Voicing: [s] is a (11)___________ sound.
Voicing: [b] is a (12)___________ sound.
place of articulation