According to the manner of articulation, which describes the type of obstruction caused by the narrowing and closure of the articulators, the consonants can be divided into stops, affricates, nasals, rolls, laterals and semi-vowels or friction less continuants.
1. Stop or Plosive Consonants: While pronouncing Stop or Plosive consonants, Oral
and Nasal Passage are completely closed and air pressure must be created before
closure of Oral and Nasal Passage.
Plosive Consonants are Pat, Bat, Ten
2. Affricate Consonants: While pronouncing Affricate Consonants, Oral or Nasal passage are not……………..