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Question 1: Also, Ladefoged has resurrected an obsolete IPA symbol, the under dot, to indicate apical postalveolar (normally included in the category of ________), and that notation is used here.
Alveolo-palatal consonantRetroflex consonantAlveolar consonantPostalveolar consonant

Question 2: The palato-alveolar sibilants and postalveolar clicks identified by the ________ are:
International Phonetic AlphabetVelar nasalVoiceless alveolar fricativeX-SAMPA

Question 3: Postalveolar consonants are consonants articulated with the tongue near or touching the back of the alveolar ridge, further back in the mouth than the ________, which are at the ridge itself, but not as far back as the hard palate (the place of articulation for palatal consonants).
Uvular consonantRetroflex consonantAlveolar consonantAlveolo-palatal consonant

Question 4: Alveolo-palatals and palatoalveolars are commonly grouped as palatals in ________, since these categories rarely contrast with true palatals.
PhonologyInternational Phonetic AlphabetEnglish phonologyIrish phonology

Question 5: Among the fricatives and ________, a subtype called palato-alveolar consonants (see below) have IPA symbols as shown in the table.
Ejective consonantAffricate consonantLateral consonantNasal consonant


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