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In IPA we have consonant sounds, pure vowels, long vowels, and diphthongs. A manner of articulation: Plosives: A little explosion of sound with our breath. Affricates: Very close to the plosives, but there is one very important difference in the last step. Fricatives: Friction in the vocal tract. We have Front o 4 points of articulations. 1) Front of the mouth. 2) Tongue and teeth. 3) Middle of the mouth. 4) Glottis. Nasal: Made by making obstacle in mouth then air from vocal tract escaping through the nasal cavity. Lateral: It is the /l/ the tip of the tongue is placed on the alveolar ridge and air escapes through the mouth laterally along both sides of the tongue. Approximants: No audible friction, made by narrowing the vocal tract with the tongue. Place of articulation Bilabial: Sounds formed by using both upper and lower lips. Labio-dental: Sounds formed by using the top teeth and lower lip. Dental: Sounds formed by putting the tongue between the top and bottom teeth. Alveolar: Sounds that involve the alveolar ridge. Palatal-Alveolar: Sounds formed with the tongue just back from the alveolar ridge. Palatal: The sound made when the tongue is raised against the hard palate. Velar: Sounds made when the tongue is raised against the soft palate/velum. Glottal: the sound made in the glottis. IntonationL Variation in volume, pitch, throughout an entire sentence. It carries the message of a sentence. Rise-fall: Indicates that we're finished speaking and that we don't necessarily need an immediate response. Fall-rise: Indicates surprise and often disagreement, and that the speaker wants a person to respond or confirm. Flat: Indicates that there is no interest. The connected speech we have 4: Linking, Dropping, Changing and extra lettering.