tongue stays touching ridge
The Alveolar Stop is where the tongue is placed on the alveolar ridge for the duration of the sound. This is especially useful for handclap sounds and saying “NN” in English.
The following diagram shows where the Alveolar Stop is made in the mouth.
The Alveolar Stop is used in the following sounds:
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