Lesson 4 – Part 4 – The D-Kick

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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 A Velar Stop prevents airflow through…?

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You can also stop airflow through the mouth using a Bilabial Stop (lips pressed together), a Palatal Stop (tongue pressed to the hard palate), or even a Uvular Stop (tongue pressed against the uvular – like snoring).

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#4 Which of these iconophonics is an Alveolar Plosive?

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#5 A Nasopharyngeal Stop prevents airflow through…?

The Nasopharyngeal Stop blocks airflow to the nose. This happens when you breathe only through your mouth. The uvula (represented by the circle) presses against the throat (represented by the vertical line).

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#6 What is the Alveolar Ridge?

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#7 Which of these iconophonics is a Velar Stop?

The Velar Stop is between the Soft Palate (represented by the wiggly line) and the Tongue (represented by the curved line) being pressed together.

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#8 Which of these iconophonics is a Nasopharyngeal Stop

The Nasopharyngeal Stop is when the Uvula (circle) is pressed against the Throat (vertical line).

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