LING 304 Notes 1-24

LING 304 Notes 1-24 - Phonological Analysis Notes p b t d k...

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Phonological Analysis Notes 1/22/2008 p b t d k ɡ f v θ ð s z ʃ ʒ h tʃ dʒ (Common English Phonemes) (In SAMPA, this list has p b t d k g f v T D s z S Z h tS dZ) d̪ ʔ ɦ (Allophones of some of the other English Phonemes. They are used often, depending on the speaker or the situation but English makes no distinction.) (In SAMPA, this list has t_d d_d ? h\) x ɤ (Velar frickitives. Not regular sounds in most dialects of English.) (In SAMPA, this list has x 7) The first one is most often used in the word "Bach". The Lcch Ness Monster also uses this sound sometimes. Talking about the chapter, reviewing, the symbols, etc. This book alternates chapters. 1 for phonetics, 2 for phonology, etc. We are starting with the consonants, specifically the obstruents, although we can't forget about the vowels. Oral stops are obstruents, although obstruents are not stops. Frickitives and affricates are also obstruents. That is the easy definition. The harder definition is that obstruents are sounds with a major obstruction in the oral
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LING 304 Notes 1-24 - Phonological Analysis Notes p b t d k...

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