Difference between voiced and voiceless consonants

difference voiced voiceless consonants

What makes a voiced consonants different from the voiceless consonants? give example?

Answer: That is the vibration of the vocal cords.(they can be brought together. When the air-stream is forced between them, they vibrate and produce voice. When they are apart, the airflow passages between them freely (không bị cản trở) they don’t vibrate and produce no sound.

– Voiceless: vocal cords are not vibrated. Examples: /p/, /f/, /s/, /∫/, /θ/, /t∫/, /k/, /h/,..

– Voiced: vocal cords are vibrated. Examples: /v/, /b/, /d/, /z/, /dδ/, /g/, /l/, /r/, /m/,..

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