||A consonant that is articulated with the front of the tongue and the alveolar ridge.
||A consonant with obstruction too weak to cause audible friction.
||A consonant that is pronounced with the tip of the tongue between the teeth.
||A consonant where the air is obstructed in the center of the mouth and released on both sides of the tongue/ mouth.
||When the flow of air exists trough the nose, we talk about a __________ consonant.
||A consonant that combines occlusion and friction is called _________.
||When the air is obstructed with both lips, we talk about a ___________ consonant.
||Sounds produced without vibration of the the vocal cords are ________.
||Various vibrations of the tongue are called _______.
||The [h] in English is a __________ sound.
||A consonant articulated with the soft palate and the back of the tongue is ________.