Phonetics Review - a Coronal(Alveo-palatal or postalveolar...

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Alice Hsieh 0734371 Japanese 342 The Japanese Language Phonetics Review a The Japanese Language 8 a (Place of Articulation and Manner of Articulation) Identify the vocal tract 1. Nasal Cavity 2. Mouth 3. Teeth 4. Lips 5. Tongue 6. Alveolar Ridge 7. Hard Palate 8. Velum (soft palate) 9. Uvula 10. Pharynx 11. Glottis 12. Larynx 13. Vocal Cord 14. Esophagus 15. Epiglottis
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Alice Hsieh 0734371 Japanese 342 The Japanese Language Phonetics Review Identify the place of articulation for the consonants of the following Japanese syllables. a Dorsal (velar) a Coronal (Alveo-palatal or postalveolar)
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Unformatted text preview: a Coronal (Alveo-palatal or postalveolar) a Palatal (Body of tongue) a Coronal (dental or alveolar) a Glottial a Palatal (Body of tongue) a Coronal (dental or alveolar) a Dorsal (velar) a Coronal (dental or alveolar) a Labial a Coronal (dental or alveolar) a Coronal (dental or alveolar) a Palatal (Body of tongue) a Labial Identify the manner of articulation for the consonant of the following Japanese syllables. a Stop a Approximants – Liquid/Flap a Fricative a Stop a Stop a Nasal a Approximants – glides a Nasal a Affricate...
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2010 for the course JAPAN 342 taught by Professor Ohta during the Fall '10 term at University of Washington.

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