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Trill consonant: Quiz

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Question 1: ________ <rr> as in perro is an alveolar trill, while in Parisian French it is almost always uvular.
Castilian SpanishSpanish dialects and varietiesStandard SpanishSpanish language

Question 2: ________ typically consists of vibration of the uvula and the soft palate (velum).
Sleep apneaOndine's curseSnoringObesity hypoventilation syndrome

Question 3: The glottis quite readily vibrates, but this occurs as the ________ of vowels and consonants, not as a consonant of its own.
Modal voiceVoice (phonetics)PhonationVoiceless

Question 4: The ________ has two contrastive alveolar trills (written ř and r in the orthography).
Silesian GermanPolish languageCzech languageSilesian language

Question 5: Lateral trills are also possible and may be used to imitate ________.
Bird intelligenceOrnithologyBird migrationBird vocalization

Question 6: Trill consonants included in the ________:
Velar nasalVoiceless alveolar fricativeX-SAMPAInternational Phonetic Alphabet

Question 7: In ________, a trill is a consonantal sound produced by vibrations between the articulator and the place of articulation.
LinguisticsPhonologyMorphology (linguistics)Phonetics







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