|Voiced Alveolar Fricative (Lower-case Z)|
Point of articulation: alveolar ridge
Articulator: tip of the tongue
Manner of Articulation: Fricative: The articulator makes a narrow constriction against the point of articulation, so when the air flow goes through the oral passage, frication noise is heard.
Voice: voiced – Vocal folds are close and are vibrating.
Ultrasound – half-speed
|Ken Stevens (1962)||X-Ray|
|University of South California||MRI; with noise||http://sail.usc.edu/span/videos/zai.mov/a>|
|SpeechTrainer.de (Youtube)||Animation; intervocalic token||http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2dHZnNHTdQ|