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The speech organs and speech sounds
Phonemes and their positional variants
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affricate air passage aspirated counterpart back rounded vowel back vowels called the voiced causes the vibration central unrounded vowel central vowels close back rounded consonants cords are brought dental fricative described earlier enters the oral extra puff front unrounded vowel front vowels Given half-close hard palate illustrate the occurrence Kohima labio-dental manner of articulation mechanisms of production momentarily arrests Naga languages Nagaland nasal cavity non-syllabic vowel occur before front open glottis oral cavity orthography outgoing airstream enters palatal affricate pent up air phoneme Phonetic Reader place of articulation puff of air raised position script Sema language showing the occurrence sound is called sound occurs sounds produced speech sounds syllable symbolized tongue is raised unaspirated velar stop unimpeded passage unrounded vowel unvoiced unaspirated dental upper teeth range uvula velic closure velum vocal cords remain vocal tract voiced bilabial approximant voiced unaspirated velar word-final position words showing words to illustrate