plosive consonant


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Synonyms for plosive consonant

a consonant produced by stopping the flow of air at some point and suddenly releasing it

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This is a difficult word for speakers with dysarthria due to the long vowel, diphthong, and two plosive consonants all in the same word.
w *-ay Table 5: The comparison of the voiceless plosive consonant between MP and ISP Voiceless plosive consonant MP *p *t *k *[?
The voiceless plosive consonants MP *p, *t, *k regularly derived in ISP as *p, *t, and *k in all position of the word; beginning, between vowels and at the end of the word.
The data below shows the existence of the consonant sounds and Table 6 illustrates the comparison of the sonant plosive consonants between the MP and the ISP.
Jessen and Ringen 2002, Janson 2004, Beckman 2013) (8) have shown that the so-called voiced plosive consonants of English and German are often voiceless in initial position, and partially voiceless in intervocalic position.
They take on the concept of numeric gradation presented in Chomsky and Halle's seminal work, The Sound Pattern of English, and incorporate it to the [voice] and [spread glottis] features of plosive consonants.
or the Coffin "Standing Wave" exercise (phonating a vowel with one's hand completely over the mouth) Oscillatory semiocclusion (d) lip buzz (e) raspberry (f) rolled /r/ (g) phonating into a straw that is partially immersed under water Transitory semiocclusion (h) semi-vowels /j/ and /w/ or occlusion (i) voiced plosive consonants /b/, /g/, /d/
lt;gy> (/j/) and <ty> (/c/)--These sounds are the plosive consonants that have the same palatal placement as /j/.
They also contract in situations where all exhaled air must be directed through the mouth, such as blowing up a balloon, playing a wind instrument, or forming sibilant, fricative, and plosive consonants.
This pressure leads to a "more abrupt and more rapid opening of the buccal passage, particularly for plosive consonants.