Speech Work: Consonants /p/ and /f/
- Consonants /p/ and /f/
- Examples on /f/ at the Initial and Final end
The upper and the lower lips are brought together to obstruct the outflow of air. The spelling symbol for /p/ can be found in – stop, lap, pet, apart. It is therefore called a voiceless bilabial plosive. To produce /p/, there is no vibration of the vocal cords.
/p/ is not pronounced in words like lamp, psalm, receipt, physics.
More examples on /p/
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