2phonetics_IPA1ss

2phonetics_IPA1ss - Chapter 2 Phonetics(Part I IPA symbols...

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Chapter 2: Phonetics (Part I: IPA symbols) 0. What is phonetics? a. Phonetics is the _________ study of the _________ of human speech b. Methods: physiological production; acoustics; auditory and neurophysiological perception 1. IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) a. Justification: Why the IPA? (Why not just use English spelling?) i. 1-1 correspondence between ______ and ______l ii. Imprecisions of English, for example _____________________ iii. Comparison across languages and dialects b. Notation: spelling vs phonetic vs phonological i. No brackets: __________________________ ii. Square brackets: _________________________ iii. Slashes: ___________________________ c. Common pitfalls i. Upper case lower case ii. Stylistic variants stand for different sounds iii. Different symbols used for multilingual variants of same “letter” iv. IPA symbols are similar to, but not identical to ESL phonetic symbols d. IPA symbols for English i. English consonants i. bay, bee, buy -- [b] ii. pay, pee, pie -- [p]
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