Consonant articulation. Kuiper and Allan Chapter 4.2.2. Articulation. The lips and the tongue can obstruct the passage of the air in the vocal tract creating various speech sounds. The tongue and lips are active articulators. The roof of the mouth is a passive articulator.
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Kuiper and Allan Chapter 4.2.2
Give three term labels for the following three consonants: