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The syllable 'ˈsɛnt'


Phonetic Ponunciation of the syllable 'ˈsɛnt'

SoundTongueLipsJawTeethAirVocal Chords
/s/The tongue is behind the teeth. The teeth remain clenched.The air flows through the tip of the tongue towards the edge of the teeth.The vocal cords do not vibrate.
/ɛ/The tongue tip touches the back of the bottom front teeth. The middle part of the tongue arches up towards the roof of the mouth.The jaw drops.The vocal cords vibrate.
/n/Your tongue is against the ridge behind the top teeth.The air flows through the nose.The vocal cords vibrate.
/t/The tongue will come up. The front part will touch the roof of the mouth behind the top teeth. Then it will pull down to release the air.The teeth are together. Then they separate.Air passes through the mouth. First, the air stops. Then, it flows.The vocal cords do not vibrate.

Examples of words with the /ˈsɛnt/ syllable

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