Test 1- COMD Notes. Sound Patterns

Test 1- COMD Notes. Sound Patterns - followed by a nasal....

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Sound Patterns Flap: Occurs Intervocalically when the first syllable is stressed and the second is unstressed Symbol: ſ “Utter” uh, flap, er Allophones When one sound sounds differently depending on its contents Aspiration P,t,k- voiceless stops When a voiceless stop is the first sound in a stressed syllable, it gets aspirated Take stake, pit spit, kin skin /p/ [p] [p h ] Co-articulation Effects: Sounds change based on what’s around them Nasalization o Pat and Pam different: the ah has been nasalized because its
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Unformatted text preview: followed by a nasal. Any time a vowel in English is followed by a nasal, the vowel becomes nasalized too. o Kit and kin o [paen] [kin] with squiggly on the vowel Phonotactic Constraints Constraints-the parameters for what sounds can occur in onsets and codas in a particular language ng in song Phonological Rules Assimilation: when a sound becomes more similar o I can go. o Ay kaen go o Said fast: [aykaego] Deletion: o You and me o [Yu e nmi] Insertion o Length o [lEnk 9theta0i...
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