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Consonants of Standard American English The consonants of Standard American English, written with IP A symbols, classified by voicing, place of articulation, and manner of articulation: Place of Articulation r Bilabial Stop p Fricative Affricate +. Flap Nasal Lateral Li uid Retroflex Li uid Glide w . State of the Glottis: Vowels of Standard American English Glottal The vowels of Standard American English, written with IP A symbols, presented using the traditional American classification system: Monophthongs: Diphthongs:
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Examples of Phonetic Symbols Found in Standard American English Note: Because English spelling does not have a one-to-one correspondence with sounds, underlining the letters in example words to show where a sound occurs can be difficult. For example, we have underlined the <ea> in Leah to indicate that there is a OJ between the [i] and the [;}}: [lij;}}. For each symbol, think
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Unformatted text preview: carefully about how the sound occurs in the example words. wrQng, stalk, cQre tQQgh, anQther,Qven ff!ther, hQnor, hQspital [::l] I f!mong. soff! [au] I bout, brown, doubt, flower, loud [OI] bite, Stein, aisle, choir, island ii. Di hthon s (Complex Vowels) [eI] bait, r§gn. great, [ou] boat, beau. grow, thQQgh, Qver [:n] I bQY, doily, rejoice, perestroika, I anno ii. Syllabic Consonants I S mbols Exam les I [IP] I POSSlll!!, chasm, Admn, bottmnless I [:t;l} I buttQ!!, chicksm, lessQ!!. kittsmish I [:J.} !little, single, simple, stabilize I Symbol I Sample Words I [-;r} I ladder, burp. percent a. Consonants Consonants...
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