This 36th collection of students’ pearls of wisdom, laboriously digitised from hand-
High backward semi-
Upper back rounded approximant.
Voiceless low back rounded voiced velar approximant
The plosives actively use different parts of the mouth and tongue, unlike fricitives.
[k] is a plossive and a black velar at that.
The tongue is just detracted and raised.
The active articulator reacts to the passive one.
It’s voiceless: [k̥̥].
The tongue is retracted to the high front unrounded region.
The lips close at the end (closing diphthong).
The tongue glides up without audible friction.
The body of the dipthong is raised. The lips are spread slightly horizontally.
I am rather bad with feeling the different parts of how sounds are being produced.
More to come...