Voiceless dental fricative
The voiceless dental fricative is a voiceless, teeth educated fricative.
The pronunciation of consonants is similar to simply put a " gelispelten " / s /. In the IPA phonetic transcription is given by θ ( the Greek minuscule Theta ). The choice of the sign is derived from the pronunciation of this letter in the modern Greek. In German the voiceless dental fricative is unknown, but it occurs as in the English word thanks [ θæŋks ]. After its orthographic realization in English, he is commonly called " th - sound" [ tiɛɪtʃ ˌ laʊt ] known as the ( voiceless ). Its voiced counterpart is the [ ð ], as in English this [ ðɪs ].
The voiceless dental fricative has the following in different languages phonetic and orthographic realizations:
- Albanian: Thote [ θɔ ː t] "say"
- Arabic: ثلاثة [ θala? A ː ] "three"
- English: thanks [ θæŋks ] "thank you", path [ p ʰ ɑ ː θ ] " path "
- Icelandic: Thu [ θu ː ] "you"
- Modern Greek: θάλασσα [ θalasa ] "sea"
- Spanish: ciudad [ θjuðað ] " city ", caza [ kaθa ] " hunting ". Many variants of the Spanish replace the [ θ ] but when [ s].
- Welsh: beth [be ː θ ] 'what'
Vowels | consonants
Places of articulation: labial | bilabial | labiodental | dental | alveolar | postalveolar | retroflex | palatal | velar | uvular | Pharyngeal | glottal
Types of articulation: plosives | Nasal | vibrants | Flaps / Taps | fricatives | affricates | approximants | Lateral | Hits | implosives | ejectives