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Consonants Stops and Open Consonants Strong
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according to 128 acoustic adjectives aspirate assimilation of voice aye yes beginning called character checked sound checked vowels Cloth f Compare compounds consonant-groups consonant-symbol consonants and vowellikes denotes derivatives difference digraph diphthongs Dutch English final consonants following words free sound free vowel French origin French words front-consonants glottal stop glottis groups gums initial intonation Kruisinga language larynx lips living suffix loanwords medium stress murmur-vowel nasal consonant nasalized vowels niet non-syllabic sound Note nouns number of words open consonants organs of speech palate phonetic preceding prefix preterite Primer of Spoken produced pronounced pronunciation represents rising tone second element second syllable semivowel sentence sibilant silent silent letter simple words soft speakers speech-sounds spelling Spoken English stressed syllables strong strong-stressed syllables strongest stress student successive syllables Sweet Sweet's Primer syllabic sounds symbol tongue trachea usually verb vocal chords voiced consonants vowel-symbol weak weak-stressed syllables written