i've got a problem.
according to wiki, this is the right IPA chart.
and in it, in terms of primary articulation there is this square, which is signed "advanced".
and this is my question: what does it mean??
i know all the rest - dental, apical, laminal, retracted, centralized but unfortunately i have no idea what is "primary advanced articulation".
could anyone help me, please?
thanx in advance.
Advanced is the same as fronted: Fronted (phonetics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia