Difference between revisions of "Active articulator"

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Latest revision as of 22:17, 17 October 2016

In phonetics, the active articulator is the part of the mouth that carries out movements and whose position with respect to the passive articulator defines the place of articulation.

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Macquarie University Speech Resources Mouton-deGruyter Atlas

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