"l" ==>lateral liquid, alveolar. Alveolar sound is pronounced by raising the front part of your tongue to the alveolar ridge. For example, [t d s z n l r]. For liquids, there is some obstruction of airstream in the mouth, but not enough to cause fiction.Originally Posted by EMAIL REMOVED - Send PM to This User Instead
"o" here is a mid, central, lax vowel.
Your knowledge of the pronunciation in "v" is quite correct. Labiodental means you pronounce with upper teeth and lower lip, for example, [f v]. Fricatives are also named as spirants, they are sounds pronounced when the air stream is not completely stopped but is obstruced from flowing freely. For example, [f v s z th sh garage]
Liquid and fricative are manners of articulation.
Alveolar and labiodental are places of articulation.
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