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Unformatted text preview: Standard American English IPA Amy Fountain This 1 is intended to be used as a reference for INDV101 students as we use the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) in this class. Please note that there are many variations of IPA that may be used by different instructors (notably the alveopalatal affricates and palatal fricatives, among others), in different courses, and in different books — this is the ‘dialect’ of the IPA we will work with in this course. You may use any characters in the standard ‘universal’ IPA chart (available as a separate handout) in your Invented Language Project, you need not use only the characters presented here. Table 1: Consonantal phonemes of English (where two consonants ap- pear in the same cell, the leftmost is voiceless, the rightmost is voiced — nasals, liquids and glides are always voiced, and glottals are always voice- less). Examples of English words containing these sounds can be found below in Table 3....
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- Spring '07
- International Phonetic Alphabet, lax tense lax, Amy Fountain