|Voiced Alveolar or Postalveolar Approximant (Turned Lower-case R)|
Articulator: blade of the tongue
Point of Articulation: alveolar/postalveolar/palatal
Manner of Articulation: Approximant: An articulator approaches a point of articulation, but the constriction degree is not so narrow as fricatives or stops. While the vocal folds are vibrating.
Voice: Voiced: Vocal folds are close and vibrating.
Ultrasound – half-speed
|University of South California||MRI; with noise||http://sail.usc.edu/span/videos/rai.mov|