/kwi?n ?v spe?dz/ (according to the IPA international phonetic alphabet);
/ k /: back of tongue (it should be felt at the back of the mouth) at or near soft palate, or velum and it is combined with the letter /w/.
Voicing: Voiceless
Place of articulation: Velar
Manner of articulation: Plosive
Position of the soft palate: Oral

/ w /: The articulation of this letter makes it sound as if it starts out with the /u/ vowel before becoming an obstruction of the air flow. It is a voiced semi-vowel sound.
Voicing: Voiced
Place of articulation: Labial-Veral
Manner of articulation: Approximant
Position of the soft palate: Oral

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/ i? /: is a voiced frontal long monophthong (pure vowel).

/ n /: It is a voiced sound made by the back of the tongue coming against the alveolar ridge, if the nose is closed the sound production is impossible.
Voicing: Voiced
Place of articulation: Alveolar
Manner of articulation: Stop
Position of the soft palate: Nasal

/?v / :
/ ? / is a voiced low back, central vowel. /v/ is a labia-dental; between the upper teeth and lower lip, and fricative; continuous frication at the place of articulation.

/ s / : is voiceless. The sound is produced with the air being forced between the tongue and alveolar ridge and it has friction.
Voicing: Voiceless
Place of articulation: Alveolar
Manner of articulation: Fricative
Position of the soft palate: Oral

/ p / : is a voiceless consonant, both of the lips are required to produce the sound.
Voicing: Voiceless
Place of articulation: Bilabial
Manner of articulation: Plosive
Position of the soft palate: Oral
/ e? / : is a diphthong; two sound vowel; it changes the quality during pronunciation and glides up or down. It is also a front closed mid voiced vowel.
/ d / : The tongue touches the alveolar ridge and a little amount of air come out of the mouth.
Voicing: Voiced
Place of articulation: Alveolar
Manner of articulation: Plosive
Position of the soft palate: Oral

/ z /: it is the voiced version of the sound / s /. The sound is produced with the air being forced between the tongue and alveolar ridge and it has friction.
Voicing: Voiced
Place of articulation: Alveolar
Manner of articulation: Fricative
Position of the soft palate: Oral

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