Consonant - Audio Samples

Audio Samples

The following are consonant charts with links to audio samples.

  • IPA chart pulmonic consonants with audio - (requires browser with JavaScript)
  • IPA chart non-pulmonic consonants with audio - (requires browser with JavaScript)
  • IPA chart affricate consonants with audio - (requires browser with JavaScript)
  • IPA chart co-articulated consonants with audio - (requires browser with JavaScript)

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