|kinds of articulation|
|Pulmonisch - egressive sounds|
|Ingressive of sounds|
|Klicks (snapping sound)|
Ejektive are not pulmonale consonants, which are formed when breathing out with closed Glottis by sudden solution of the oral catch. They are in approximately 20 per cent of all languages available, among other things in Indian, African and Caucasian languages. Ejektive are marked by means of apostrophes: [pʼ], [sʼ], [tʼ], [kʼ].
In university code there is a special indication of modifier type character of apostrophes ʼ (ʼ or ʼ), that is not identical with the usual apostrophe (') or with the simple quotation mark (').
See also: Implosiv