A glottal sound are articulated at the Glottis -- also known as the "vocal cords" or the "voice box". English has two glottal sounds: the glottal stop (IPA [ʔ]) seen in a phrase like Uh-oh, transcribed as [ʌʔoʊ]. and the [h] sound
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