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Drawing of the Speech Organs?

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Speech organs are responsible for the sounds that are needed for language. A diagram of the speech organs would include the lips, teeth, tongue, alveolar ridge, hard palate, soft palate, ulva, and glottis. The passive articulators are the upper lips, teeth, hard and soft palate, alveolar ridge, uvula, and the pharynx wall. The tongue is the most important active articulator, and other active articulators include the lower lip and the glottis. The active and passive articulators work with each other to produce different sounds.
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