Phonetics: Voice-Place-Manner for English Phones

Activity: Consultancy, spin-outs, CPD & licensingCPD deliveryTeaching


An interactive learning resource where students can hear the phones of English and sort them by voicing (voiceless versus voiced), place of articulation in the vocal tract (bilabial, alveolar, velar etc.), and manner of articulation (nasal, plosive, fricative, approximant). This is an essential skills for Speech and Language Therapists and assists in describing speech errors found in the speech of children with speech sound disorder (SSD).
Period22 Jan 2024
Work forPersonal website, United Kingdom


  • Phonetics
  • English Phonology
  • Phonological Inventory
  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • eLearning
  • Knowledge Share