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1 Note-taking guide for INDV101 Language, Spring 2009, Mon., 9/2 What is the definition of articulatory phonetics ? What sounds does Hawai’ian have? What does a click in Xhosa sound like? http://www.phonetics.ucla.edu/course/chapter6/xhosa/xhosa.html (Try: http://www.phonetics.ucla.edu/ ) How do languages differ in the number of sounds they have? What are some extreme examples (high or low)? What does this show us about language? List a few reasons why speech system is amazing. What speech organs are there in the vocal tract? What are consonants ? What are 3 features that distinguish consonants from each other? What is the difference between voiceless and voiced consonants? (Give a couple of examples of English consonants for both voiceless and voiced consonants, and explain what happens in your vocal tract when you pronounce them.) A vocal tract model is available at: http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~danhall/phonetics/sammy.html What is place of articulation ? Give examples for the following types of sounds—
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