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COMD Ch4 - Thesoundsoflanguage COMD2050Chapter4 SoundsinEnglish SEAGH 10

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/19/09 The sounds of language COMD 2050  Chapter 4
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10/19/09 Sounds in English Slightly problematic at times “SEAGH” “If we cannot use the letters of the alphabet in a  consistent way to represent the sounds we make, 
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10/19/09 PHONETIC ALPHABET /fon εtIk aelf bεt/ ə
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10/19/09 phonetics General study of the characteristics of speech  sounds Articulatory phonetics Study of how speech sounds are made Acoustic phonetics Physical properties of speech as sound waves in the air
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10/19/09 Articulatory phonetics Vocal cords = apart Vocal cords = together Voiceless Sounds Voiced Sounds
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10/19/09 Bilabials:  Formed using both lips Voiceless Bilabial Voiced Bilabials
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10/19/09 [v] Voiceless Labiodentals Voiced Labiodentals
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10/19/09 Dentals:  tongue tip behind upper teeth [ð] Voiceless Dental Voiced Dental AKA:  “interdentals”
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10/19/09 Alveolars:  front part of tongue to  the alveolar ridge Voiceless Alveolars Voiced Alveolars
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10/19/09 Palatals:  tongue touching the  hard palate Voiceless Palatals Voiced Palatals
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10/19/09 Velars:  back of the tongue against  the velum Voiceless Velars Voiced Velar Nasal
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10/19/09 Glottals:  no active use of tongue  and other parts of the mouth Its voiceless because  Voiceless Glottal
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10/19/09 Charting Consonant Sounds Voiceless (V-) and Voiced (V+) Manner of Articulation (in L-hand 
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10/19/09 Limitations to the Chart International Phonetic Association (IPA) Includes descriptions of sounds of all languages Variations in  r  sound Different symbols for sounds represented in  Yule’s Third Edition chart
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10/19/09             Place of Articulation
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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 Ch4 - Thesoundsoflanguage COMD2050Chapter4 SoundsinEnglish SEAGH 10

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