When we use our phonological skills to speak, we activate different parts of our palate through vibration. This image illustrates which parts of our lips, tongue, palate, and throat are in use when we make consonant sounds.
These pages are about pronouncing or saying the letters of the English alphabet. It is important to understand that the letters of the alphabet do NOT always represent the same sounds of English. English pronunciation for ESL learners.
This is a resource for speech pathologists as a reminder for the articulation points for each consonant. It is important to update your memory of these when your discuss phonetic placement with clients.