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16.A velar consonant is produced when …

a the tip of the tongue touches behind the alveolar ridge.
b the tip and blade of the tongue touches the hard palate.
c the back of the tongue touches the hard palate.
d the back of the tongue touches the soft palate or velum.

17.Affricate consonants are made of …

a - a plosive and a fricative sound
b - a fricative and a plosive sound
c- a fricative and a nasal sound
d - a plosive and a lateral sound

18.Which are bilabial sounds?

a - /w/ /m/
b - /f/ /v/
c - /t/ /d/
d- /k/ /g/

19.Which one is a voiced sound?

a - /t/
b- /s/
c- /b/
d- /f/

20.Which one is a voiceless sound?

a -/l/
b - /p/
c- /d/
d- /v/

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