Lesson 2 – Part 5

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#1 What does buccal mean?

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#2 What is an injective?

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#3 What is a stop?

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#4 Which of these iconophonics is an alveolar stop?

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#5 Which of these English letter sounds contains a stop?

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#6 Which of these two sounds is made inwards?

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#7 Which of these iconophonics is a stop?

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#8 Which of these iconophonics is the Aspiration Effector?

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#9 How does forcing a Buccal Plosive make it sound different?

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#10 Which of these sounds is a Buccal Plosive?

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#11 What does this combination of iconophonics represent?

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#12 Which of these iconophonics is the Inward Effector?

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#13 Which of these English letter sounds is made using an alveolar stop?

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#14 The 606 Handclap uses an alveolar stop AND a buccal plosive. How can this be achieved?

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#15 Which of these symbols is a handclap?

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