Lesson 2 – Part 5
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#1. What does buccal mean?
Large, spacious sounds.
Sounds made with the cheek.
Complex sounds made from a mixture of sounds.
#2. What is an injective?
A sound made inwards whilst breathing in.
A sound made inwards without breathing in.
A sound made outwards or inwards.
#3. What is a stop?
When two parts of the mouth remain in contact for the duration of a sound.
A place where you can stand and hail a bus.
Where airflow passes an obstruction in the mouth.
#4. Which of these iconophonics is an alveolar stop?
#5. Which of these English letter sounds contains a stop?
#6. Which of these two sounds is made inwards?
#7. Which of these iconophonics is a stop?
#8. Which of these iconophonics is the Aspiration Effector?
#9. How does forcing a Buccal Plosive make it sound different?
Forced sounds are quieter and softer.
Forcing the sound means it is always made outwards.
Forcing the sound makes it louder and punchier.
#10. Which of these sounds is a Buccal Plosive?
#11. What does this combination of iconophonics represent?
Holding your breath
#12. Which of these iconophonics is the Inward Effector?
#13. Which of these English letter sounds is made using an alveolar stop?
#14. The 606 Handclap uses an alveolar stop AND a buccal plosive. How can this be achieved?
By using someone else's tongue.
Through learning ventriloquism.
By using the side of the tongue.
#15. Which of these symbols is a handclap?