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8-acoustic-noteguide

8-acoustic-noteguide - the same as English speakers in this...

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1 Note-taking guide for INDV101 Language, Spring 2009, Wed., 11/2 (Continued from Monday 9/2) What is the definition of acoustic phonetics ? How is information conveyed by speech? What sounds does (1) indicate? What does the x-axis (horizontal) represent in this graph? What can you learn from it? (1) What is the similarity between speech and other sounds? What do the examples in (2) tell us about English speakers? Do Spanish speakers behave
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Unformatted text preview: the same as English speakers in this aspect? (2) “chi” [kaj] “guy” [gaj] “sky” [skaj] What is speaker normalization ? What sounds are (3-6) showing? What do they tell us? Child: (3) 2 Adult: (4) Fast Speech: (5) Slow Speech: (6) Is fast speech lazy speech? Why? What are the main points of today’s lecture? Terms Acoustic phonetics Speaker nomalization...
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