Is this correct: to make voiceless sound the glotis more open and more tense; to make voice sound the glotis more narrow and less tense?I don't know how to make the vocal cord vibrate and to make it not vibrate?
In all languages most vowels are voiced. Put your hand on your neck where the larynx is and start pronouncing the vowels you know. Of English, or Vietnamese. Any language really. You will feel vibration in the voice box.fxdung said:I don't know how to make the vocal cord vibrate and to make it not vibrate?
A voice sound is produced when the vocal cords vibrate, whereas a voiceless sound is produced without vocal cord vibration. This results in a difference in pitch and quality between the two types of sounds.
To make a voice sound, you need to use your vocal cords. The vocal cords are located in your throat and are responsible for producing sound. To produce a voice sound, you need to engage your vocal cords and use them to vibrate as air passes through them.
Some examples of voice sounds include vowels (a, e, i, o, u), consonants (b, d, g, m, n), and diphthongs (oi, ow, au). These sounds are produced by engaging the vocal cords and altering the shape of the mouth and tongue.
To make a voiceless sound, you need to restrict or stop the vibration of your vocal cords. This can be done by closing the vocal cords completely (as in the case of a plosive sound) or by partially closing them (as in the case of a fricative sound). The shape of your mouth and tongue also play a role in producing voiceless sounds.
Some examples of voiceless sounds include plosives (p, t, k), fricatives (f, s, sh), and affricates (ch, j). These sounds are produced by restricting or stopping the vibration of the vocal cords and using different mouth and tongue positions to create the desired sound.