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Sonorant consonants More sounds My version of the book’s Tables 3.2 and 3.3. All these sounds are voiced except for [q], [X] and [K]. All of these sounds are considered to be sonorants except for the oral stops and the two rows of fricatives. Bilabial Lab- dent Alv Post-alv Retro Palatal Velar Uvular Oral stops q G\ Fricatives X R Nasal stops m n J N N\ Lat. approx. l L L\ Lat. frics. K K\ Central approx. v\ r\ r\` j Trills r R\ Flap or Tap 4 Diacritics: voiceless [ m_0] velarized l [ l_e] ( = alveolar [l] with raising of tongue body) Comment on book’s comments on affricates On p.59, the book discusses degrees of channel opening as relating to sonority. It is correct that fricatives are more open than stops, and sonorants are more open than fricatives (somewhere in the vocal tract, not necessarily in the oral cavity). But I disagree with the ranking given in Table 3.1: it doesn’t make sense to say that affricates are intermediate in open-ness between stops and fricatives: they are a sequence of stop + fricative, so the degree of open-ness changes during the
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