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Calling the Phones. Read the description given at the left of your screen. Then say which phoneme is described. When giving your answer you will be awarded - 1 pt for the SOUND 1 pt for the SYMBOL 1 pt for an EXAMPLE. CONSONANTS & GLIDES. Which sound is it?. I am a “plosive”.

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calling the phones

Calling the Phones

Read the description given at the left of your screen.

Then say which phoneme is described.

When giving your answer you will be awarded

- 1 pt for the SOUND

1 pt for the SYMBOL

1 pt for an EXAMPLE

which sound is it
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “plosive”.
  • I am “velar”
  • I am “voiceless”
  • What am I?

/k/

which sound is it1
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “nasal”.
  • I am “bilabial”
  • I am “voiced”
  • What am I?

/m/

which sound is it2
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “plosive”.
  • I am “alveolar”
  • I am “voiceless”
  • What am I?

/t/

which sound is it3
Which sound is it?
  • I am an “approximant”
  • I am “velar” and “labial”
  • To pronounce me, you must have rounded lips.
  • What am I?

/w/

which sound is it4
Which sound is it?
  • I am “alveolar”
  • I am “voiced”, but can also be voiceless in certain circumstances.
  • I am a “lateral approximant”.
  • I am a “liquid”.
  • What am I?

/l/

which sound is it5
Which sound is it?
  • I am “alveolar”.
  • I am a “nasal”
  • I am “voiced”
  • What am I?

/n/

which sound is it6
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “fricative”.
  • I am “glottal”
  • I am “voiceless”
  • What am I?

/h/

which sound is it7
Which sound is it?
  • I am an “affricate”.
  • I am “voiceless”
  • What am I?

/ʧ/

which sound is it8
Which sound is it?
  • I am “plosive”.
  • I am “bilabial”
  • I am “voiced”
  • What am I?

/b/

which sound is it9
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “voiced”.
  • I am “alveolar”
  • I am a “trill”
  • I am a “liquid”
  • What am I?

/r/

which sound is it10
Which sound is it?
  • I am an “affricate”.
  • I am “voiced”
  • What am I?

/ʤ/

which sound is it11
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “plosive”.
  • I am “alveolar”
  • I am “voiced”
  • What am I?

/d/

which sound is it12
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “fricative”.
  • I am “alveolar”
  • I am “voiceless”
  • What am I?

/s/

which sound is it13
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “fricative”.
  • I am “interdental” or “dental”
  • I am “voiced”
  • What am I?

/D/

which sound is it14
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “fricative”.
  • I am “labiodetal”
  • I am “voiceless”
  • What am I?

/f/

which sound is it15
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “fricative”.
  • I am “post-alveolar”
  • I am “voiced”
  • What am I?

/ʒ/

which sound is it16
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “fricative”.
  • I am “post-alveolar”
  • I am “voiceless”
  • What am I?

/ʃ/

which sound is it17
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “palatal”.
  • I am an “appoximant”
  • I am “voiced”
  • What am I?

/j/

which sound is it18
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “fricative”.
  • I am “alveolar”
  • I am “voiced”
  • What am I?

/z/

which sound is it19
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “fricative”.
  • I am “labio-dental”
  • I am “voiced”
  • What am I?

/v/

which sound is it20
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “plosive”.
  • I am “bilabial”
  • I am “voiced”
  • What am I?

/b/

which sound is it21
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “fricative”.
  • I am “dental or “inter-dental”
  • I am “voiceless”
  • What am I?

/B/

which sound is it22
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “plosive”.
  • I am “velar”
  • I am “voiceless”
  • What am I?

/C/

which sound is it23
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “alveolar”.
  • I am “tap” or “flap”
  • I am “voiced”
  • I am a “liquid”
  • What am I?

/ɾ/

which sound is it24
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “plosive”.
  • I am “glottal”
  • I am “voiceless”
  • What am I?

/ʔ/

which sound is it25
Which sound is it?
  • I am a “approximant”.
  • I am “alveolar”
  • I am “voiced”
  • I am a “liquid”
  • What am I?

/ɹ/

which sound is it26
Which sound is it?
  • I am a French sound.
  • I am “trill”.
  • I am “uvular”
  • I am “voiced”
  • What am I?

/R/

which sound is it27
Which sound is it?
  • I am a French sound.
  • I am a “plosive”.
  • I am “palatal”
  • I am “voiceless”
  • What am I?

/ɲ/

which vowel is it
Which vowel is it?
  • I am “close”.
  • I am “front”.
  • I am “tense”.
  • I am “unrounded”.
  • I am found in the word “heat”.
  • What am I?

/i/

which sound is it28
Which sound is it?
  • I am “close”.
  • I am “back”.
  • I am “tense”.
  • I am “rounded”.
  • I am found in the word “shoot”.
  • What am I?

/u/

which sound is it29
Which sound is it?
  • I am “open”.
  • I am “front”.
  • I am “unrounded”.
  • In English, I am found in diphthongs.
  • I am found in the word “bite” and “down”.
  • What am I?

/a/

which sound is it30
Which sound is it?
  • I am “close-mid”.
  • I am “front”.
  • I am “unrounded”.
  • In English, I am found in diphthongs.
  • I am found in the word “bait” and “hey”.
  • What am I?

/e/

which sound is it31
Which sound is it?
  • I am “close-mid”.
  • I am “back”.
  • I am “rounded”.
  • In English, I am found in diphthongs.
  • I am found in the word “boat” and “toy”.
  • What am I?

/o/

which sound is it32
Which sound is it?
  • I am “open”.
  • I am “back”.
  • I am “tense”.
  • I am “unrounded”.
  • I am found in the word “hot”.
  • What am I?

/ɑ/

which sound is it33
Which sound is it?
  • I am “open-mid”.
  • I am “back”.
  • I am “rounded”.
  • In English, I am found in diphthongs.
  • I am found in the word “boy”.
  • What am I?

/ɔ/

which sound is it34
Which sound is it?
  • I am “mid”.
  • I am “central”.
  • I am “lax”.
  • I am reduced and brief.
  • I am found in the word “alone”.
  • They call me “schwa”
  • What am I?

/ə/

which sound is it35
Which sound is it?
  • I am “open-mid”.
  • I am “front”.
  • I am “lax”.
  • I am “unrounded”.
  • I am found in the word “bet” and “sad”.
  • What am I?

/ɛ/

which sound is it36
Which sound is it?
  • I am “open”.
  • I am “front”.
  • I am “lax”.
  • I am “unrounded”.
  • I am found in the word “that” and “and”.
  • What am I?

/æ/

which sound is it37
Which sound is it?
  • I am “close”.
  • I am “front”.
  • I am “lax”.
  • I am “unrounded”.
  • I am found in the word “hit” and “sin”.
  • What am I?

/ɪ/

which sound is it38
Which sound is it?
  • I am “Close”.
  • I am “back”.
  • I am “lax”.
  • I am “rounded”.
  • I am found in the word “look”.
  • What am I?

/ʊ/

which sound is it39
Which sound is it?
  • I am “open-mid”.
  • I am “back”.
  • I am “lax”.
  • I am “unrounded”.
  • I am found in the word “hut” and “mud”.
  • What am I?

/y/

which sound is it40
Which sound is it?
  • I am “open-mid”.
  • I am “central”.
  • I am “unrounded”.
  • I have an added extension to mark the adding of the sound /r/.
  • I can be found in words like “bird”.
  • What am I?

/ɝ/

which sound is it41
Which sound is it?
  • I am “Closed”.
  • I am “front”.
  • I am “tense”.
  • I am “rounded”.
  • I am hard to pronounce for Anglophones,

since I am found in the French words “rue” and “lune”.

  • What am I?

/y/