Some Phonetics Websites for Consonants

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Transcription Symbols| Language Sites | Audio by Language |
Place | Manner | Laryngeal Features

Most Material from - Ladefoged.com or UCLA, Peter Ladefoged Sound Archives

 

General Resources

Transcription Symbols

Audio By Language

Includes audio samples

Audio By Natural Class

 

Place

Bilabial vs. Labiodental

NOTE: Languages which confuse "v" with /b/ or /w/ may have a voiced bilabial fricative [β] (Beta)

Alveolar Affricates

Retroflex (and other Apicals)

Palatal and Velar Nasals

Palatals

Velar Fricative

NOTE: For some languages like Welsh, /x/ is articulated as the uvular fricative [χ] (chi).

Uvular

Labialvelars

Manner

Geminates

Clicks

Glottals

Trills and Laterals

Prenasalized Consonants

Secondary Articulations

Laryngeal Features

Aspirated vs. Voiced

Preaspirated Consonants

Ejectives and Implosives

Voiceless Nasal

Phonation (Creaky/Murmered)

 

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