Note the velum closes off the nasal cavity The s sound is a continuous stream

Note the velum closes off the nasal cavity the s

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35 How to make the /f/ sound (labiodental fricative) The top teeth cover the bottom lip. Air is expelled over the tongue. The stream of air hits the back of the top teeth and is directed down over the bottom lip. The air escapes out of the small gap between the top teeth and the bottom lip. The /f/ is a quiet , stream of air sound. Note: the velum closes off the nasal cavity The / f / sound is a continuous stream of air sound. It has a single side view picture because the oral cavity has only a single movement for / f / production.
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