Chapter 7 Affricates

Chapter 7 Affricates - Affricates t d Affricate means blend These sounds are blends of stops and fricatives We use 1 symbol made from 2 different

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Affricates t d ʃ ʒ Affricate means blend These sounds are blends of stops and fricatives We use 1 symbol made from 2 different sound- symbols to represent the blended sound
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t ʃ voiceless lingua-palatal affricate there is both blockage and constriction it is a strident and a sibilant sound development is around age 3 with mastery by age 7
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Physiological Description -mandible lowered -lips apart -tongue tip and blade contact alveolar ridge then sides to release for fricative; flat tongue -VP closed -vocal folds abducted
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cheerful mischief sandwich champion hatchet speech
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Allophonic Variations none that are significant Dialect Differences none that are significant
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Deviations Substitutions: t/t ʃ -example: church Deaffrication: the stop is deleted -example: chicken Depalatization: palatal becomes alveolar -example: champion
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Chapter 7 Affricates - Affricates t d Affricate means blend These sounds are blends of stops and fricatives We use 1 symbol made from 2 different

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