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When a sound is produced in a basically open mouth cavity with a slight obstruction, the sound produced is a A. vowel. B. fricative consonant. C. sonorant consonant. D. stop consonant.
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When a sound is produced in a basically open mouth cavity with a slight obstruction, the sound produced is a: sonorant consonant.
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When air is forced through the speech organs producing audible friction, a Fricative Consonant sound is being made.
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When a sound is produced in a basically open mouth cavity with a slight obstruction, the sound produced is a: sonorant consonant.
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When air is forced through the speech organs producing audible friction, Fricative Consonant is being made.
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