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Click to edit Master subtitle  style  12/6/10 English  Phonetics Week 3, Class 1
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Today’s Agenda Phonetics Physiology of speech production English phonetics
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Phonetics Articulatory phonetics Study of how speech sounds are produced Accoustic phonetics Study of the physical properties of speech  sound waves generated  by the vocal tract
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Physiology of Speech  Changes in the breathing  cycle Diaphragm External intercostals Modifications of airflow  through the larynx Vocal cords Glottis Modifications of airflow in  the vocal tract
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Unformatted text preview: Describing Consonants Voicing Voiced vs. unvoiced Place of articulation Bilabial Labiodental Interdental Alveolar Alveopalatal Describing Consonants Manner of articulation Stops /b/ /p/ Fricatives /f/ /v/ Affricates /ch/ N/w/ /m/ /n/ /ng/ The English Consonants B ILAB I AL ABIODE N TA L I NTERDENTAL A LVEOL A R A LVEOPAL A TA L VELA R G L O T TA L S top s oic e l oiced Fricati oic e l oiced A ffricates oic e l oiced Nasa l Liquids l ateral nonlatera l Glides...
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