Phonology Part 3 - Phonology - 3 syllable structure more...

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1 Phonology - 3 syllable structure more phonological rules of English derivations & rule-ordering 2 syllables phonological unit: 2 parts syllable onset rhyme nucleus coda 3 syllabic nucleus nucleus (peak) vowel (or syllabic segment) vowel segment = syllabic nucleus onset = C preceding nucleus coda = C following nucleus essential
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2 4 syllabic structure setting up a syllable: order 1. nucleus 2. onset 3. coda 5 syllabic representation syllable = σ rhyme = R nucleus = N onset = O coda = Co + association lines 6 order: N O Co σ O R N C o
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3 7 examples sun /s ʌ n/ even /iv ən / street / strit / 8 /s ʌ n/ σ O R N C o ʌ n s 9 /iv ə n/ σ O R N C o ə n v σ R N i
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4 10 /strit / σ O R N C o i t str 11 class: loveliest l ʌ v l i ə s t N N N R R R σ σ σ O O C o C o 12 how to syllabify… / ɛ ks.trim/ / ɛ k.strim/ extreme decline /d ək.lajn / /d ə.klajn / fundamental phonological principle: build onset as much as possible without violating phonotactics of language
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Phonology Part 3 - Phonology - 3 syllable structure more...

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