COMD Ch5

COMD Ch5 - The Sound Patterns of Language Click to 2050:...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/19/09 COMD 2050: Chapter 5 The Sound Patterns of Language
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10/19/09 Bilabial lip sounds Labiodental biting lip sounds Dental/interdental tongue tip sounds Alveolar bump sounds Palatal middle sounds Velar back sounds Glottal throat sounds Review: Place of Articulation
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10/19/09 Fricatives hissing/long sounds Glides and liquidsflowing sounds Affricates engine chugging sounds Nasals nose sounds Voiced voice box/voice on, buzzing sounds Voiceless voice box/voice off, not Review: Manner of Articulation
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10/19/09 Phonology: description of the systems and patterns of speech sounds in a language. It is concerned with the abstract aspects of language sounds rather than how they are physically articulated. In phonology, distinguish between phonemes and phones. PHONOLOGY
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/t/ = a ‘t’ written between slashes (virgules) is called a phoneme, which is a meaning- distinguishing sound type in a particular language. Phonemic transcription: process of
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2009 for the course COMD 2050 taught by Professor Collins during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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COMD Ch5 - The Sound Patterns of Language Click to 2050:...

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