Lecture 2 PPT - May 12, 2010 English Consonants Click to...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/19/10 11 English Consonants Phonetics LIN 228H1F Milica Radisic May 12, 2010
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7/19/10 22 Outline 1. Transcription of English Consonants 2. Line Drawings 3. Allophones of English Consonants
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7/19/10 33 Part 1 Transcription of English Consonants
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7/19/10 44 Transcription Phonetics uses special symbols for sounds – transcribes sounds The most commonly used transcription system is the I PA (International Phonetic Association) system e.g. p in [p] sh ip [ʃ] ch arge [tʃ] p ut [ph]
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7/19/10 55 Transcription Important notes 1. In this course, we are using Canadian English. Ignore RP pronunciation in the textbook. 2. You may get the idea to use a dictionary when writing an assignment. Note that none of the dictionaries uses the same transcription we do. T ranscriptions taken directly from a dictionar y will not be accepted.
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7/19/10 66 English Consonants - Chart consonants in square brackets are allophones consonants are sounds produced with some constriction/obstruction in the vocal tract vowels are sounds produced without a major constriction/obstruction in the vocal tract
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7/19/10 77 English Consonants some linguists do not consider /h/ to be a consonant, but a voiceless vowel; we will treat it as a consonant brackets: / / with phonemes or broad transcription [ ] with allophones or narrow transcription [ɾ] bu tt er /ɹ/ co r n /ʃ/ sh ip /ʒ/ clo s ure /tʃ/ ch eap /dʒ/ j eep /θ/ th ick /ð/ ey /ŋ/ ki ng transcribe ‘ng’ combination as /ŋ/ word-finally as /ŋ/ or/ ŋg/ elsewhere in English, the orthography does not correspond
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7/19/10 88 Additional Terms 1. obstruents 2. sonorants 3. sibilants 4. liquids 5. continuants
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7/19/10 99 English Consonants and the IPA 1.
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Lecture 2 PPT - May 12, 2010 English Consonants Click to...

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