march10phonetics

march10phonetics - Today Sound and spelling How sounds are...

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Today Sound and spelling How sounds are made English consonant sounds
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Grammar is a system of rules for associating sound and meaning. How do we make speech sounds?
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How would you say this? cholethar
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SAME LETTERS–DIFFERENT SOUNDS THOUGH COUGH TOUGH BOUGH THROUGH THOUGHT
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SAME SOUNDS–DIFFERENT LETTERS BRAKE / BREAK NO / KNOW ONE / WON
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International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) One sound = one symbol
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Basic mechanism of speech Force air out of lungs through vocal tract. Change shape of vocal tract to produce different sounds.
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Voicing Larynx = Adam’s apple Larynx contains vocal folds (or vocal cords), which can vibrate.
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Artificial Larynx The artificial larynx creates noise. Changing your vocal tract shape filters out different components of this noise.
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Source-Filter Theory Source: air forced out of the lungs. Filter: Vocal tract filters out certain components of sound.
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The Vocal Tract
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Consonants are classified by 1. Voicing
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2008 for the course LIN 101 taught by Professor Broslow during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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