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6 Voicing Notes

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Voicing

1 Learning Objective(s)
By the end of the lesson, you will be able to l describe the forces of articulation for all consonants of Received Pronunciation.

2 Voicing (Phonation)
l

It is the process in which the vocal folds produce certain sounds through vibration.

3 English Consonants
Bilabial
Nasal
Plosive

Labiodental

Dental

Alveolar

Velar

n

ŋ

p b

t d

k g

Glottal

tʃ dʒ

Fricative

Lateral

Palatal

m

Affricate

Approximant

Postalveolar

f v

θ ð

s z

w ʍ

ʃ ʒ
r (ɹ)

h j

(w ʍ)

l

4 Classification l l

Voiced
Voiceless (Unvoiced)

5 Voiced Sounds l

The vocal cords are vibrating when the air flow passes through the larynx (in the voice box).

6 Voiced Consonants

Bilabial Labiodental

Dental

Alveolar

Postalveolar

Palatal

Velar

Nasal

m

n

ŋ

Plosive

b

d

g

Affricate

Fricative
Approximant
Lateral

Glottal

v ð

z

w

ʒ
r

j

l

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