Palato Alveolar Fricative Sound
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- A Course In Phonetics
- (palato-alveolar) are examples of fricative sounds. Figure 1.7 illustrates one pronunciation of the palato-alveolaf fricative consonant in "shy.
- 1 English Phonetics: Consonants (i)
- into a constriction of close approximation with the palato-alveolar region. This sound, transcribed as [S], is a voiceless palato-alveolar fricative.
- SATUAN ACARA PERKULIAHAN/PRAKTIKUM
- contaning alveolar fricatives and palato alveolar fricatives sounds.
- Guidelines for Transcription of English Consonants and Vowels 1
- symbols indicating specific sounds or properties of sounds.
- CHAPTER 2: BACKGROUND AND LITERATURE REVIEW
- the plain and ejective voiceless velar stops become palatoalveolar affricates while the velar fricative becomes a palatoalveolar fricative.
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- Postalveolar consonant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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