Lesson 4 – Part 1 – Alveolar Plosive

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#1 Which of these iconophonics is the Tight Effector?

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#2 How is an Alveolar Plosive made in the mouth?

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#3 Which of these iconophonics is an Alveolar Plosive?

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#4 Which of these iconophonics is the Aspiration Effector?

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#5 What is the Alveolar Ridge?

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#6 An Alveolar Plosive is like which English letter sound?

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#7 Beatboxers sometimes use aspiration to sound like what effect?

Reverb (reverberation) is the time it takes for the sound to die away in any space or room. Sound bounces of every wall and surface in a room. Large rooms with hard surfaces have a long reverb times, for example, churches.

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#8 What English Letter sound is this?

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