Consonants

A consonant is a speech sound spoken with an a partial or complete stop of airflow. Consonants are less intense and more constricted, they can be voiced or unvoiced.

There are three distinctive features of consonants

  1. Place of articulation
  2. Manner of articulation
  3. Voicing

consonant chart

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