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080123 section2 - Announcement Articulatory Phonetics The...

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1 Articulatory Phonetics January 23, 2008 LING275lg: Language and Mind Announcement The first assignment is on the Blackboard (in the folder ‘assignment’). Due to January 30 , at the beginning of the lab (Don’t be late!) Neither handwritten nor electric submission will be accepted. Outline Anatomy of the Vocal Tract IPA: Consonants (1) IPA: Consonants (2) IPA: Vowels Practice - How to classify consonants - Stops, Nasals, Fricatives, Approximants - [ ], [ ], [h], affricates, [ ] Vocal Tract 1. Upper Lip 2. Upper Teeth 3. Alveolar Ridge 4. Hard Palate 5. Soft Palate 6. Uvula 7. Epiglottis *Ladefoged, Peter(2006), A Course in Phonetics, Thomson Wadsworth, p.22. Vocal Tract 8. Lower Lip 9. Tongue Tip 10. Tongue Blade 11. Tongue Front 12. Tongue Body 13. Tongue Back 14. Tongue Root *Ladefoged, Peter(2006), A Course in Phonetics, Thomson Wadsworth, p.22. How to read the IPA consonant chart Column: Place of Articulation Row: Manner of Articulation Pair: Voiceless / Voiced => Three criteria to classify consonants
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2 Manner of Articulation: Stop (Plosive) Airflow is totally blocked in the oral cavity, and then the articulators come apart so that the airflow is released.
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