What nasal consonant has the same place of articulation as k?
What voiced consonant has the same place of articulation as m and the same manner of articulation as l?
w and k Read More
A What voiced consonant has the same place of articulation as t and the same manner of articulation as f?
It's /z/. In English its place of articulation is alveolar as in the case of /t/, and it is a fricative like /f/. Read More
It would seem that way, but it is technically not. The "ng" in "long" is not really an "n" or a "g" but is a single sound (called a phoneme). If you say the word "no" and the word "go" and think about where you make the sounds, they are in completely different places ("n" is on the alveolar ridge while "g" is velar, towards the back of the throat). When you say "ng" in… Read More
yes they have the same consonant Read More
ya as long as there not going in the same place Read More
Vertical articulation refers to second language education that is coordinated between elementary and secondary schools. It contrasts with horizontal articulation, which coordinates instruction across the same level of education. Read More
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Double consonants are two of the same consonant next to each other in a word. Examples of a double consonant include hill, pass, attack, and fall. Read More
Atropine nasal sprays improve rhinorrhea and postnasal drip. Ipratropium bromide nasal spray dilates and relaxes bronchial passageways. These two nasal sprays are not the same, they are used for two completely different medical issues. Read More
Alliteration is when a group of words begin with trhe same consonant. In this case the consonant is C Read More
Same problem here. Ceiling or table fan creates nasal congestion. Read More
You may be thinking of a double consonant. A consonant is a letter of the alphabet that is not a vowel. A double consonant is when a word that has two of the same consonant together in the word, such as little or happy. Read More
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alliteration is when a group of words have the same beginning consonant sound ex. Moe moves to Montana. Both mat moves and Montana have the same beginning consonant sound. Read More
Yes, they are consonant. They have the same number of syllables and the stress is the same and they end in the same sounds. Read More
I think you you're thinking of alliteration Read More
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The oxygen nasal canula should be facing in the same direction as the long axis of the nostrils. Read More
"Y" is a consonant. It is always a consonant no matter how it is used. Sometimes it can take the place of a vowel, as in the word "Bye" but there are only 5 true vowels, A, E, I, O and U. Dissenting Opinion The "y" being a vowel or consonant is dependent on the pronunciation of the letter in a word. "Y" as a consonant requires the sound found in the word "yes" or… Read More
Actually you can take them at the same time. You can not mix the vaccines in the same shot, but you can take them in separate shots at the same time. You can also take one by nasal spray and the other by injection at the same time. The only combination that doesn't work is to take both the seasonal vaccine and the H1N1/09 vaccine by nasal spray at the same time. The nasal spray… Read More
repatition Read More
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i was looking for the same thing but i couldnt find it! i dont think there is another word for it. thats what its called. the nasopharnyx is the place between your nasal passage and your pharnyx so.... they named it that:) Read More
London and Paris are both in Europe but in different countries Read More
If it's at the beginning of a word, it's called 'alliteration'. Read More
I think you are talking about an alliteration Read More
When a consonant sound is repeated within words of close proximity, it is called alliteration. An example of alliteration would be: Popular puppies prepping for prom. Read More
Alliteration is the repetition of the same consonant sounds and assonance is the repetition of the same vowel sounds. Read More
You may be thinking of a double consonant. A consonant is a letter of the alphabet that is not a vowel. A double consonant is when a word that has two of the same consonant together in the word, such as little or happy, or even Mississippi. Read More
The repeating of beginning consonant sounds is called aliteration. Read More
L is a consonant but it would make absolute sense if it was a vowel. Same with R. Read More
Chef and attach Read More
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When the words are similar in appearance and have the same final vowel and consonant sound such as lotion and motion?
Rhyme Read More
When you are changing a regular English verb from the present tense to another form, if the verb ends in a consonant, you sometimes add a second consonant of the same type before you add the suffix. example:swim>swimmed run>running Read More
The word "word" has the same sound (a caret U or uhr) as bird. The same sound is heard from -- the EA vowel pair in "heard" -- the E in herd -- the U in curd. The word "worm" has the same pattern (consonant-vowel-consonant pair) and also has the (uhr) sound. Read More
Same as in English, "orange". The a is nasal instead of open, though. Read More
This is a literary device often used in poetry. Its the repetition of the same consonant two or more times in a line. A consonant is a letter that is not a vowel. In music this can also be a harmony, chord, or interval considered stable or notes that sound pleasant to most people when played at the same time. Read More
What seven letter uncapitalized English word in which the second fourth and sixth letters are the same consonant?
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Which words are similar in appearance and have the same final vowel and consonant sound such as lotion and motion?
true rhyme Read More
Alliteration is when you use the same consonant sound to begin two or more words in a sequence. An example would be "A life lived in luxury." In the example, the letter L is used to begin each word for an alliterative effect. You can do the same with any other consonant sound. Read More
Is it safe for your child to get the H1N1 vaccine between his 1st and 2nd dose of the seasonal flu vaccine?
Yes, if they are getting both vaccines by injections. That timing of the two kinds of vaccinations (seasonal flu shot and swine flu shot) is not a problem, in fact they could be given at the same time. This is not true for the nasal mist vaccinations, however. You can NOT take a nasal flu mist for swine flu at the same time as you take a nasal flu mist for seasonal flu. They can… Read More
No, consonant sounds are produced by interrupting the air flow by using either the tongue or the lips. Vowel sounds are produced by changing the shape of the mouth to produce a different tone. Read More
According to the CDC, it will not be a problem. In fact you could take the two shots at the same time. It is the A-H1N1/09 nasal spray that can't be taken at the same time as the seasonal nasal spray. Read More
The only consonant to appear in both words "moving" and "train" is "n". Read More