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Unformatted text preview: ! ! Lecture 2-3 Components of Language: Articulatory Phonetics " Objectives ! Phonetics and Phonology (different but related) ! Anatomy of Vocal Tract ! International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) ! Terminologies that we will learn: ! Alveolar ridge, palate, velum, uvula, pharynx, Velo-pharyngeal port, glottis, larynx (vocal folds), trachea ! High, low, front, back, tense, lax, rounded, and schwa. # Phonology vs. Phonetics " ____________________ # Measurable, physical properties of speech sounds themselves. # describe the resultant sound " ____________________ # The mental system for representing and processing speech sounds. # find the patterns observed in the speech production (which results in his unique way of saying) $ ____________________ " Transcribe how it is pronounced and recognized using IPA symbols: [p’rt’i] # [p], [t], [i], [’], [r] spin, stop, tea, perro, # English ‘r’ [ ]vs. Spanish ‘r’ " Sound Class: [p, t, r, i] # consonants vs. vowels " Sound itself: # aerodynamic, acoustic, articulatory characteristics of a sound. "...
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- Spring '08
- vocal tract, Vowel, International Phonetic Alphabet, IPA symbols