posted by Robert


I am looking for examples of voiceless/voiced words for the following places and manner of articulation:

bilabial / nasal;
velar/stop plosive;
alveolar/stop plosive;
bilabial/stop plosive;

An example would be:

velar/stop plosive:

Voiced: goat
Voiceless: coat

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