We believe that these responses are a consequence of the Speaker's pronunciation of the final consonant sounds
in this word.
THE GULLAH personal names with West African roots show coda consonant sounds
other than the nasals or l in only a handful of items as in Malik from Wolof Malik (no gloss given in Turner 1949).
As Vance states, the long voiceless phoneme /Q/, called an obstruent, is "followed by a voiceless stop, affricate or fricative." (7) It is the silent period represented in the doubled consonant sokuon as the consonant stop before the rearticulation of that consonant sound
.Vance uses the Japanese word for "slowly," yukkuri, as an example for transcription: [juQkuri] or [juk:kuri].
Table 1 below shows the consonant sounds
of Standard Igbo, transcribed using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA).
* Uses many different consonant sounds
at the beginning of words
Some hieroglyphs represent consonant sounds
. (Vowels in ancient Egyptian were not written out.) A hieroglyph can represent one consonant, or a combination of two, three, or even four consonants.
An open hand mimics the opening of the vocal tract, producing vowels, while a closed hand constricts the vocal tract to produce consonant sounds
such as "sh" and "zz".
French is rich in assonance and alliteration, having notably fewer consonant sounds
than English uses.
"I use assonance, which repeats vowel sounds in a line; alliteration, which repeats the first letter of words; ending consonant sounds
; and refrains.
include stops or plosives bnshy y dhmkyr (which are further divided into different categories listed below), implosives khly dhmkyr nasals nkn y nk r, laterals, trills and fricatives .
Word analysis skills would be developed through phonics games, beginning with initial consonant sounds
and blends, and working through short and long vowel sounds, and syllabication.
With presbycusis, low-pitched vowel sounds often remain audible, but high-pitched consonant sounds
such as "d," "t," "sh," "s" and "f" become difficult to hear.