Talk:IPA pulmonic consonant chart with audio
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Errata, a question and a comment.
First the comment: this seems important to me, as IPA symbols are widely used to explain pronunciation.
Errata: Some symbols don't play. They just sit there as though they were playing but with no discernible sound.
Question: Why is the second pronunciation always preceded by "ah"?
- About "some don't play": please copy-paste here the symbols that don't work. Others do play, check? -DePiep (talk) 21:10, 19 July 2013 (UTC)
Edralis (talk) 21:54, 02 November 2013 (UTC) Maybe a different sound example for palatal lateral approximant? For example, I made one here: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Palatal_lateral_approximant_-_SK.ogg
- I guess they are in a separate little mini-chart, Template:IPA chart co-articulated consonants. But I also find this really counterintuitive, there's basically no way to guess that without clicking on a million "see-also" link. The table in the main article International Phonetic Alphabet puts these into the main pulmonic consonants table, rather than the co-articulated consonants table. Shouldn't we do the same here? Vilhelm.s (talk) 00:08, 14 June 2016 (UTC)