Chapter 9 Glide, Liquid, and Lateral

Chapter 9 Glide, Liquid, and Lateral - Chapter 9 j Glide...

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Chapter 9 Glide, Liquid, and Lateral j w r l Glides are formed by movement from the position of a vowel to the production of a vowel. The /j/ and /w/ are this type of sound and are considered onglides.
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j A voiced lingua-palatal glide Develops around 2-4 years Begins in the position of /i/ and then is an onglide as it moves to another sound. Vowel chart
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Physiological Description Lips apart and neutral Tongue in a high position for /i/, then moves on to another sound VP port closed Vocal folds are adducted
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year lawyer argue youth onion beyond yard union loyal
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Allophonic Variations None that are significant Dialectal Variations None that are significant /j/ can become /d / ʒ
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Deviations “yellow” may be produced with j w l
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w Voiced bilabial glide May be classified as lingua-palatal due to lip rounding and tongue position Development is early, usually between 1 and 3 years
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Physiological Description Lips are rounded and protruded Tongue is high and back for /u/ VP port closed Vocal folds are adducted
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work willow reward waist wallow away winter aware anyone
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Allophonic Variations /hw/ or / / although decreasing in use ʍ examples: white which awhile
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Dialectal and Foreign Variations None that are significant v in place of w w in place of v
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Deviations Not common but may be omitted in clusters examples: quick quack queen
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